Alva Noto & Ryuichi Sakamoto* - Two (Live At Sydney Opera House)
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[a=Carsten Nicolai] met Ryuichi Sakamoto during his first tour in Japan, and a year later he was commissioned to remix Sakamoto's material for the Japanese magazine [i]Code Unfinished[/i]. After enjoying the resulting track, Sakamoto sent Nicolai more material for post-procession and manipulation. Results of 2-year music exchange were released as [i]Vrioon[/i] on Raster-Noton in 2002, and the album was voted as the electronica record of the year by the [l=Wire Magazine]. On the follow-up [i]Insen[/i] released two years later the collaborative process deepened – this time Alva Noto is not just counterbalancing Sakamoto's piano passages with his trademark sounds, he processes them further, dismantles in micro-loops and atoms, of which new sounds are formed. Alva Noto + Ryuichi Sakamoto went on their second major tour with [i]Insen[/i] in 2005, and to coincide with the duo released a CD single [i]Revep[/i]. In 2007, Alva Noto and Ryuichi Sakamoto together with a German contemporary classical [a=Ensemble Modern] created an audio-visual performance for the 400th anniversary of the city of Mannheim. The resulting composition called [i]utp_[/i] (deduced “Utopia”) was released on CD and CD/DVD in 2008 by Raster-Noton. The next album [i]Summvs[/i] was released in 2011. And the latest project of Alva Noto + Ryuichi Sakamoto to date is a soundtrack for an Oscar-winning film [i]The Revenant[/i] (2015) by [a=Alejandro González Iñárritu], created in collaboration with [a=Bryce Dessner].
|A3||Trioon II (Live)||5:43|
|D3||The Revenant Theme (Live)||6:15|