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Following recent adventurous composers like Johann Johannsson, Mica Levi and Hildur Gudnadottir, Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch looks set to break through as another hugely talented artist combining roles as both a film composer and artist. Ravage, her brilliant third album for FatCat's 130701 imprint, is the pianist/composer's first standalone album since 2018's Époques. In the interim, she has been building a name for herself scoring for increasingly high-profile films. This powerful, deeply personal LP, charts the process of grieving for a parent. Emilie describes it as "the most intimate and personal project I've created". Set apart from the swathe of contemporary pianists by the boldness and bite of her sound design, whilst adding an intricate, emotive instrumental performance missing from much sound art, Emilie is steadily carving out a niche for herself as a composer with a singular sound and vision.
Following recent adventurous composers like Johann Johannsson, Mica Levi and Hildur Gudnadottir, Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch looks set to break through as another hugely talented artist combining roles as both a film composer and artist. Ravage, her brilliant third album for FatCat's 130701 imprint, is the pianist/composer's first standalone album since 2018's Époques. In the interim, she has been building a name for herself scoring for increasingly high-profile films. This powerful, deeply personal LP, charts the process of grieving for a parent. Emilie describes it as "the most intimate and personal project I've created". Set apart from the swathe of contemporary pianists by the boldness and bite of her sound design, whilst adding an intricate, emotive instrumental performance missing from much sound art, Emilie is steadily carving out a niche for herself as a composer with a singular sound and vision.
600116134714

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Format: Vinyl
Label: FAT CAT
Rel. Date: 06/17/2022
UPC: 600116134714

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Following recent adventurous composers like Johann Johannsson, Mica Levi and Hildur Gudnadottir, Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch looks set to break through as another hugely talented artist combining roles as both a film composer and artist. Ravage, her brilliant third album for FatCat's 130701 imprint, is the pianist/composer's first standalone album since 2018's Époques. In the interim, she has been building a name for herself scoring for increasingly high-profile films. This powerful, deeply personal LP, charts the process of grieving for a parent. Emilie describes it as "the most intimate and personal project I've created". Set apart from the swathe of contemporary pianists by the boldness and bite of her sound design, whilst adding an intricate, emotive instrumental performance missing from much sound art, Emilie is steadily carving out a niche for herself as a composer with a singular sound and vision.
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