LES STATUES MEURENT AUSSI

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Soichi Datsa explores Geneva's Ethnomusical Museum's sound archives as well as other gems coming from all around the world, creating his own network of traditional and spiritual rites...

Soichi Datsa revient pour un nouvel épisode des “Statues Meurent Aussi” avec pour invité ORED Recordings, pour une heure de musiques circassiennes incluant Ensemble Zhyu, Kasbek Nagaroko, Muhamed Batit et plus.


Soichi Datsa revient pour entamer sa nouvelle saison des Statues Meurent Aussi, avec un épisode exclusivement consacré aux fondateurs d’Illusion Production, le groupe français Déficit Des Années Antérieures (DDAA).


Les Statues Meurent Aussi’s Soichi Datsa is back in the studio with a bunch of traditional music, mixed with Western experimental and leftfield electronics.


Soichi Datsa invites Black Sweat Records founder for this month episode of Les Statues Meurent Aussi, with an hour of free and spiritual jazz, mixed with folk and chanson.


You can now listen to Soichi Datsa’s monthly show. A selection of instrumental, traditional recordings, from Polynesia, experimental and library productions.


Soichi Datsa returns to our airwaves for a new selection of tribal folklore, picked through anthropological archives, 80’s and contemporary composers.


Stream back Soichi Datsa’s latest episode of Les Statues Meurent Aussi, featuring an experimental collage of tribal and free electronics from Grant Corum aka Muroc, The Orchadist, a producer also member of Million Brazilians, Typhonian Highlife and more.


Listen back to Soichi Datsa exploring traditional folklores and experimental music scenes.


New episode of Les Statues Meurent Aussi from Soichi Datsa, like a traveling betwen pacific, spiritual, field recording & industrial.


Hit back Berlin-based producer Andrew Pekler for Soichi Datsa’ monthly show.


Soichi Datsa explores Geneva’s Ethnomusical Museum’s sound archives as well as other gems coming from all around the world, creating his own network of traditional and spiritual rites…


Soichi Datsa’s monthly mixture of traditional musics & contemporary electronics, featuring Brian Eno, Pierre Bastien, Ghédalia Tazartès, field recordings from Africa and more..


Soichi Datsa asked drummer & selector Nicolas Sheikholeslami aka Çaykh to contribute to his monthly radio show. He explains below, with his own words, his approach:

For the selection of music that you will be hearing now I did actually leave home, but only as far as Berlin’s Zentral- und Landesbibliothek Berlin, the source for all the music you will hear. My topic of choice for the next hour is the music of the country of Indonesia.
The world’s largest island country on the crossroad of the Indian and the Pacific oceans. It is the world’s fourth most populous country after China, India and the United States. I dare to say that the cultural diversity of its more than 300 ethnic groups, is as vast as any to be found on the Indian subcontinent. Indonesia’s rainforests are said to have one of the highest levels of biological diversity in the world – and similar things can be said about the diversity of it’s culture. My knowledge of the musical cultures of the different islands and their different regions only scratches the very surface and as this is a topic that many books have been written about, I decided to not even try to say anything specific about the music that I have selected, but only to name the islands that it originates from. Due to the richness of it’s resources and the resulting trade-exchange and colonial oppression of different cultures during various more or less aggressive conquests, there are traces of every major world religion to be found in the country’s culture and therefore in it’s musical cultures. You will hear music featured from:
The western island of Sumatra which is the sixth-largest island in the world. It borders Malaysia in the west and the island of Java to the east.
With it’s 130.000.000 inhabitants Java is the world’s most populous island and it contains more than half of Indonesia’s population. In the very east, Java neighbours the comparatively small island of Bali – which is the place of origin of four of the tunes we are going to hear.
Also featured in this selection will be three entirely different tunes from the Maluku Islands in the very east of Indonesia on the border to New-Guinea.


Soichi Datsa’s monthly mixture of traditional & folk recordings with contemporary electronic productions.


Soichi Datsa ropes in for the very first time a guest in his show – a model that will happen every two shows from now on – whom will have to take as a starting point the curator’s cross-disciplinary approach: build a mix that takes as a starting point tribal, traditional musics, melted with more contemporary electronic productions. Here with the experimental musician Plein Soleil.


Partly fed by Geneva’s Ethnographic Museum sounds archives, hear Soichi Datsa melting raw field recordings with industrial & experimental sonic material.


Soichi Datsa’s monthly exploration of Geneva’s Ethnographic Museum’s sound archives, melted with contemporary electronics. Find here the most raw, psychedelic field recordings alongside tribal productions of electronic music.


Soichi Datsa tenth monthly show, through percussive, tribal recordings.


Datsa’s eighth show, mainly focused on South-East Asian field recordings — Bali, Java, Cambodia, as well as Nepal & Tibet — melted with contemporary electronic, experimental productions.


Soichi Datsa’s monthly journey through field recording, traditional and contemporary electronic music, and all what goes in between. Partly fed with Geneva’s Ethnographic Museum’s sound archives.


Soichi Datsa’s monthly journey through field recording, traditional and contemporary electronic music, and all what goes in between.


Soichi Datsa’s monthly journey through field recording, traditional and contemporary electronic music, and all what goes in between.


Soichi Datsa’s monthly journey through field recording, traditional and contemporary electronic music, and all what goes in between.


Soichi Datsa’s monthly journey through field recording, traditional and contemporary electronic music, and all what goes in between.


Soichi Datsa’s monthly journey through field recording, traditional and contemporary electronic music, and all what goes in between.


Soichi Datsa’s monthly journey through field recording, traditional and contemporary electronic music, and all what goes in between.


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