Matthew Wright (1977) is a composer, improviser and sound artist working at the edges of concert and club culture. "Music at the edge of collapse" weaves together asymmetric structures and detuned melodies with splintered beats and totemic forms in a set of works where musical time and classical notation are constantly fragmented and re-imagined.
released November 4, 2010
Heiko Geerts, reeds
Erik-Jan de With, reeds
Anton van Houten, trombone
Joey Marijs, percussion, voice, drum kit
Pete Harden, guitars & fender rhodes
Saskia Lankhoorn, piano, keyboard & voice
Tom Gelissen, sound & recording
Matthew Wright, turntables, voice & live electronics
Niels Meliefste, keyboard, hammond organ (track 6) & fender rhodes (track 9)
Heledd Francis Wright, flute (track 6) & voice (inserts)
Saxophone samples in Nocturne for BJM taken from recordings of Keir Neuringer, used with his kind permission (www.keirneuringer.com
Mixed and produced by Tom Gelissen
Artistic direction, Pete Harden
Design by Duel (www.studioduel.nl
Text in stasis i (track 1), taken from Iain Banks' Dead Air, published by Little, Brown Book Group (2002), used with their kind permission.
Recorded 31 May to 2 June 2010 at the e-sound studios, Weesp
This cd was made possible with financial support from Canterbury Christ Church University.