Francisco Meirino - Sonic Anthems For Unsuccessful Winners
THE PRESSURE OF KNOWLEDGE with Michael Esposito
Label : Geräuschmanukafktur (Germany)
Format : FLEXI 7' - clear transparent vinyl
Ltd 250 copies released : august 2013
EVP research by Michael Esposito, Case File PAW 142 GM15. This recording is edited from a live collaboration done with the results of a two days EVP workshop at the standard/deluxe art gallery in Lausanne, Switzerland, october 2012. (workshop co-produced by the LUFF festival). EVP workshop source recordings done at an ancient school of anatomy, now a library.
Assembled, edited and mastered by Francisco Meirino at Shiver Mobile in 2013.
was born 1964 in Gary, Indiana. He is an experimental artist and researcher in Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP). An ancestor of Alfred Vail, who invented the Morse Code and several early telegraph devices with his partner Samuel Morse. Another ancestor, Jonathan Harned Vail was office manager and assistant to Thomas Edison in his later years when Edison was attempting to develop a device to communicate with the dead. Michael studied communication theory at Purdue University, University of Notre Dame, American University in Cairo, Egypt and Governor's State University.
Over the years, under the Phantom Airwaves institution, Michael has participated in hundreds of paranormal investigations all over the world. He has conducted extensive research at many active locations and has developed a great deal of unique theory and devised many unique experiments within the field of EVP. Focusing primarily on EVP research, he has collected tens of thousands EVPs and video.
MICHAEL ESPOSITO & FRANCISCO MEIRINO - THE PRESSURE OF KNOWLEDGE (7" flexi disc by Gerauschmanufaktur)
More Electronic Voice Phenomena from Michael Esposito. Normally he records those 'voices from beyond' and sends them out other parties for the creation of music, but in this particular case, we find him in a live collaboration with Francisco Meirino from Switzerland. In October last year they did a two day workshop on EVP in Lausanne (Switzerland). The piece here, roughly about five minutes (flexi discs are usually one-sided) contains hardly voice like sounds, or so it seems, but the rattling of chains in dungeons, and electronic sounds to go a long. Here we find Meirino in a less cut-up fashion than some of his other solo-releases, but in a rather straight forward manner, slowly breaking the piece apart and an obscured hum - with what on third hearing could perhaps be voices indeed, or at least one - remains until the end. This sounds great, but oh no, much too short to be fully satisfying. More, more! (FdW)