|1||–The Caretaker||False Memory Syndrome||3:55|
|2||–Mordant Music||Dungeon Music||5:51|
|5||–Vernon Elliott||Apprehensive Music||1:51|
|6||–Belbury Poly||The Hidden Door||5:09|
Vocals – The Barbara Moore Singers
|8||–Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti||The Drummer||4:52|
|9||–Nite Jewel||What Did He Say||4:26|
|11||–Leyland Kirby||Don't Sleep I'm Not What I Seem, I'm A Very Quiet Storm||13:17|
|12||–Demdike Stare||Suspicious Drone||6:37|
|13||–The Advisory Circle||Erosion Of Time||3:32|
From the liner notes:
"The discourse developed around Jacques Derrida's concept of 'Hauntology' and its application to music in the minds of writers like Simon Reynolds, K-Punk and David Toop is one of the most discussed philosophical and aesthetic musical ideas of recent years. Derrida's original use of the phrase can be linked to a sense of 'threading the present through the past', or a ghostly re-imagining of the past defining our existence.
But in its musical sense, Hauntology has been used to describe a gathering of disparate artists dealing in "haunted" sonics; music resonating with the emotions and feelings of past analog, and digital ghosts. While there are many interpretations of the concept, we've taken it to cover artists who have tried to to re-engage with intangible musical feelings and experiences that have affected their formative years or that have become forever ingrained on their sonic psyche, without merely rehashing them as pastiche.
Looking specifically at the British musical landscape of the early 21st century, it's been said that after the 'death of rave' we're experiencing a sort of creative comedown, where the dubbed ectoplasmic traces of the musical past are caught in an ever-decreasing feedback loop of nostalgia seeping through music and other artistic forms, resonating echoes of intangible elements from days gone by.
Our selection veers from The Caretaker's apparitional sample morphology, through Ariel Pink's exquisite MOR narco-pop, the Ghost Box label's miniaturised vision of middle England, onto Burial's mournful rave dreams, all leaving an abstract yet indelible mark on this very particular musical landscape we find ourselves in today."
Songs in album Hauntology: A Peculiar Sonic Fiction 2009. The Advisory Circle - Erosion Of Time. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Hauntology is a genre or loose category of music that evokes cultural memory and the aesthetics of the past. It developed in the 2000s primarily among British electronic musicians, and typically draws on British cultural sources from the 1940s to the 1970s, including library music, film and TV soundtracks, psychedelia, and public information films, often through the use of sampling. A Most Peculiar Sequence - Peculiar Comforts. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Listen to online Various - Hauntology: A Peculiar Sonic Fiction, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Buy Various - Hauntology: A Peculiar Sonic Fiction from authorized sellers. Released at: This album was released on the label Boomkat catalog number bundle 79. This album was released in 2009-10-14 year. Format of the release is. Album 2018 10 Songs. Sonic Fiction. Matthew Shipp Quartet. Jazz : A Peculiar Sonic Fiction. Disc IDs. Cover Art 1. Additional details. Type: Album Compilation. Status: Official. Language: English. Script: Latin. Sonic Fiction is offered as a framework of dialogic expression, a music of ideas communicated, exchanged, and put forth directly and intimately. With the exception of the closing title track, most of the remaining ten pieces are of middling length at four and six minutes. Listen to all tracks of Hauntology: A Peculiar Sonic Fiction for Gallix: The new vogue in literary theory is shot through with earlier Fiction - Matthew Shipp Quartet