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[eh?61]Jacob Felix Heule & Bryce Beverlin II
Intersects
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Jacob Felix Heule & Bryce Beverlin II - Intersects
CD-R (San Francisco & Minneapolis)



-madame arts. minneapolis. june 21 2011
-art of this. minneapolis. august 3 2010




Jacob Felix Heule - Percussion & Electronics
Bryce Beverlin II - Percussion & Electronics

Reviews:
(Foxy Digitalis) On Intersects, Jacob Felix Heule and Bryce Beverlin II have produced a difficult and ferocious record comprised of long-form improvisations from percussive and resolutely a-melodic components. Alternating between a focused clatter reminiscent of field recordings of a building site and the improbable poly-rhythms that slowly emerge, the force of the blend of electronic and physical sources often becomes so dense as to imitate a harsh noise piece. The immediacy and physicality of such an unedited live performance is captured well as the pair collaborate at the free improvisation showcase Beverlin curates, as is the focused and intuitive engagement of two artists with varied and eclectic previous discographys. The experiential quality of the recording, one which rewards immersion, and the almost imperceptible friction and eventual indistinction of the electronic and percussive elements, listed unattributed on the sleeve, is presumably one of the points of intersection referenced in the title. Yet in the recording of such a singular event, what is certainly also captured is the intersection of performer, methodology, live and recorded music and the organic and inorganic sound sources and output; conceptual concerns which certainly do not marginalise the brute force of the pair’s playing. Searching for some obtuse reference point from Beverlin’s background as a physicist, it is tempting to frame the piece’s combinations, connections, expansions and abrupt fractures of sound as some strange reaction or freak occurrence; implacable and formless. Although never sounding as austere as that implies, the record is as fascinating and baffling as such an analogy suggests. - Chris Trowell

(Kathodik) Sfregamenti metallici, pelli in rimbalzo, carezze pietrose ed alterazioni elettroniche. Di questo è fatto “Intersects”. Determinata, cruda bellezza, nell'intrico dei gesti, al limite del performativo. Impro, materica e fratturata. Elettroacustica cacciatrice di eventi, in fase d'occupazione dello spazio ospitante. Crepitante, tesa e descrittiva opera. Heule e Beverlin II (percussioni/elettronica), riescono ad affascinare, pur all'interno di un panorama di riferimento, spesso statico e ripetitivo. Ispida grazia da queste parti. - Marco Carcasi

(Aiding and Abetting) A couple of performances of percussive and electronic experimentation. The boys are quite inventive, and particularly toward the middle of the pieces (performances?) they create some astounding sounds. - Jon Worley


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