An audio performance based entirely on sine tones, mixed and modulated in such a way that the resulting psycho-acoustic side effects become the unintentional focus of the work.
Anasiseipsychos was conceived in late 2007 during a series of late-night improvisations in the artist’s home studio in Athens GR. It concerns the creative juxtaposition of sine tones, mixed and modulated in a such a way that the resulting psycho-acoustic side effects become the unintentional focus of the work. A studio version has been released by the acclaimed British label Entr’acte (London UK) in an edition of 300 CDs.
The album in Entr’acte has been met with enthusiasm by international critics. According to Ron Schepper (Textura) it “reaps maximum psycho-acoustic rewards” while Chris Sharp (The Wire) sees primitive building blocks sliding alongside one another “letting them thrum and squirm, merge and clash, and so setting in motion a haze of unruly overtones“. Frans de Waard (Vital Weekly) admits that “Anasiseipsychos blew me away” while Massimo Ricci suggests that Anasiseipsychos is “one of those releases made to be played endlessly, day in day out”.