Act 5

by Wozzeck

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Can This Even Be Called Music?
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Can This Even Be Called Music? Overall, it’s a really interesting experimental album, for those of you not afraid to sit for more than 3 hours of monotonous music. Three songs out of five were worth it, however, and a 20-minute version of 5.3, without the silences, might also prove a good listen. For the rest of you, I still believe you should check it out. 5 dollars for that much music is a steal! Favorite track: Act 5.1.
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The eighth Intonema release is Act 5 by Wozzeck. This monumental work which lasted from 2010 to 2013 year will be released in the sixth birthday of the project: September 10-11 2013. This is as much as 200 minutes of playing time. The album contains 5 compositions by Ilia Belorukov that are united by one idea and performed as a trio with Mikhail Ershov and Alexey Zabelin. Monotony, meager growth and micro changes of a composition structure coupled with hidden surprises and sound changes from one part to the other - these are the basic properties of Act 5. Boring, tedious, interesting, entertaining, long, short, loud, quiet, fast, slow, why, how, what, where, who, whom.

The album is releasing on audio-DVD disc with a 32-page booklet which describes in detail all the cycle compositions with their scores.


released September 10, 2013

Ilia Belorukov: composition, laptop, electric-guitar, keyboards, voice, electronics
Mikhail Ershov: bass-guitar, electronics
Alexey Zabelin: drums & percussion

int008 (p)+(с) Intonema 2013




Wozzeck St Petersburg, Russian Federation

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