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Drawing Figures into Negative Space

by Morast

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Born within the melting continuum of noise and techno, Morast ventures into more abstract realms with his debut record “Drawing figures into negative space”, seeking ecstatic listening experiences in heavily overdriven rhythmical collages based on drum samples and giddy feedback-loops. Morast states: “All of the music is based on jams with a Pure Data patch that I wrote with the goal to create noisy live techno. But in the course of time, I somehow got more interested in the oddities and irregularities the patch would offer me, and started to deconstruct the initial goal of making techno.”

Conceptualized as a live project, the improvisational approach of his shows also became the modus operandi for making this record, which gives the music its immediacy, while being abstract and never sounding overly intellectual or composed, but still letting forms emerge before the backdrop of chaos.

While tracks like “Dancing upon ashes of past visions” show strong ties to the initial dance floor approach, other tracks like “Drawing figures into negative space” or “Drying up the marshes of self-exploitation” take the listener into a psychedelic mess of harsh sound collaging. The result is an acoustic journey through different states of unbeing where the sound switches the brain to autopilot and takes the ears on driving beats into an underworld in which it can sound completely different again around the next corner: smooth but always raw - sometimes harsh, then fluid again.


released March 3, 2020

All tracks written, jammed, recorded, edited and compiled by Moritz Morast in Leonding and Vienna between 2017-2019.

Mastering: Dino Spilutini
Artwork: Moritz Morast
Design: Margaréta Fehér
2020, Baba Vanga


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