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    • CommentTimeMay 17th 2024

    Avant le Rivage takes us back to the poetics of a liminal space in its original definition : a place of transition, of change ; a place that contains the source of a reverie. At the heart of Mélodie Blaison's music, the shore is not seen as an elementary boundary between water and land. Rather, it is a crossroads of prolific inter-relations, a breeding ground for heterogeneous temporalities that invite disembodied contemplation.

    In this way, the sound materials used by the composer are intertwined to construct a series of impressions rather than a path. Her work is characterised by a long-term practice of breathing through the use of flutes. From Pluie + Pluie onwards, the listener becomes familiar with these diffuse breaths that fade into the distance. At once misty curtains and traces of imaginary worlds in the making, Mélodie Blaison's flute lines give her music a spectral body.

    In addition, the artist works by playing with echoes. The percussion bounces and transposes, the synths speed up and slow down, the field recordings metamorphose. As if each component contained the seed of a communication that never stops searching itself. The last track, which gives the album its title, resonates with these multiple trajectories, so many intimate immensities that it's... more
    released May 17, 2024

    composed and mixed by Mélodie Blaison
    mastered by Adrien Lambert
    artwork by Mona Chancogne
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