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hyper.object: inter​.​independence

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Avant Jazz / Free Improvisation / Avant-Garde
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“Hyper.object” was formed in 2019 by three veterans from the Lisboa free improvised scene (Rodrigo Pinheiro on the piano, Hernâni Faustino on the double bass and Carlos Santos on the electronics) and by two young musicians (João Almeida on trumpet and João Valinho on drums).
Since its beginnings. The group had frequently joined for rehearsals but as soon the pandemic hit, the gatherings were restricted to only when there was an opening on the frequent lockdowns. During one of these openings "inter.independence" was recorded.
On "inter.independence" the premise defined for the recording session was, beside all musicians having complete freedom to improvise and to choose their musical ideas, there should be an active focus for each one to develop their ideas individually and to not immediately react or engage in direct dialog with the other musicians from the group. What was being experimented was the creation of several individual and independent layers that would interact organically, so that the tension would arise by the textures and the expected and unexpected interactions created between these different layers that each musician was taking care of.

All About Jazz, June 5, 2022
...Although the quintet sounds as if they have been collaborating for decades, this is their first recording as a unit. It bears a stoic sound, patient in its approach with a command of space and silence as its strategy.
by Mark Corroto

The Free Jazz Collective, June 22, 2022
...This is without a doubt one of the best albums I've heard this year. The quality of the playing is excellent, the sense of surprise and joy makes the attentive listener anticipate the unpredictable evolution of their 'in.coherent' narratives. The instrumental wizzardry is combined with smart musical ideas and deep emotional expressivity. Whether it's the quality of the musicians or the value of their concept, their music has a wonderful freshness from beginning to end.
Don't miss it.
by Stef Gijssels

The Free Jazz Collective, July 5, 2022
...If Pinheiro and Almeida are often the central voices, each has a certain interest in the development of the micro-phrase, a few notes, a rhythmic-melodic pattern, repeated and varied incrementally. The myriad ways in which these might align become an orchestral micro-structure, like two interlocking serial patterns, so that a work like “Glue” achieves the structural clarity and precision of…well, Webern. [...] There are mysteries here, infinitely variable diagrams of five minds in a studio together that will connect with one another’s, and a listener’s, paths, but whether the patterns are intimately conjoined or arbitrary is utterly beside the point of the collective act and the experience of hearing. Their ultimate architecture may belong to the likely proximity of pitched instruments versus the compound, unpitched sounds, but all of that is speculative, beyond the strange intimacy of this music, its proximities and distances. The wonder is in its accessibility to assemblage, its avoidance of so much improvised music that rests on the anticipation and amplification of other musicians’ individual gestures, turning improvisation into the worst sort of therapy-group or composition. [...] Inter.independence joins it among the year’s most engaging and illuminating recordings.
by Stuart Broomer

Salt Peanuts, July 5, 2022
...With, or without this experimental premise, the outcome suggests that hyper.object already established its own sonic identity as a working band. These gifted musicians know that the music always comes first, whether they play urgent and percolating improvisation like the opening «glitch» or experiment on the following pieces «low», «loss», «glow» and «last» with more fragmented, free-form, slow-cooking yet introspective textures. These improvisations often employ silence as a fundamental building element and offer poetic dynamics that stress a rare kind of deep listening.
by Eyal Hareuveni

Citizen Jazz, March 20, 2023
For the first release of the year 2022, the label is releasing the album of a brand new hyper.object group made up of "old" Rodrigo Pinheiro, Carlos Santos (electronics), Hernâni Faustino and two newcomers, trumpeter João Almeida and drummer João Valinho . The album is called inter.independence and is in the vein of free improvisation. The overall sound, however, differs from the canons of the genre, thanks in particular to the electronic trills of Carlos Santos which bring relief and asperities to the music, taking these improvisations out of sometimes too hackneyed paths. João Almeida confirms that he is indeed one of the trumpeters of the moment.
by Julien Aunos

Rodrigo Pinheiro (piano)
João Almeida (trumpet)
Carlos Santos (electronics)
Hernâni Faustino (double bass)
João Valinho (drums)

1. glitch 03:02
2. low 06:20
3. glue 07:49
4. loss 09:29
5. glow 12:56
6. last 09:24

wydano: April 1, 2022
nagrano: Recorded by Carlos Santos at Timbuktu Studio on the 27th September 2020



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