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Scenes From a Duplex

by Philip Sulidae

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After the psychogeographic inspired "History of Violence" that focused on the perception of place and the power of suggestion, Philip Sulidae delves further inward to find the underlying psychology and meaning of place.

"Scenes from a duplex" draws its palette from field recordings and found sounds gleaned solely from a single dwelling in the Inner West of Sydney. Dusty piano recordings and discarded memory cards, architectonics and more mysterious acoustic sources create a detailed and engaging sonic environment that rewards repeated listens.

Scenes from a duplex /
1: Storm (front of house) 14.42
2: Inverse storm (backyard soundcheck) 14.43
Recorded, edited and processed in Sydney, Australia.
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Artist: Philip Sulidae
Publisher: Hemisphäreの空虚
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"Sulidae uses quite extreme processes to filter out lots of sound and from whatever residue is left he builds a collage of sounds ... Some of his frequencies are a quite high or very low, such as the rumble of thunder over head in 'Storm (Front Of House)' ... ‘Inverse Storm (Backyard Soundtrack)’ has more continuous layers of sounds, which from time to time seem to be recorded from afar; it sounds like he's trying to pick street sounds through a closed door, thus amplifying the 'empty' sounds so that it becomes alive. Not entirely the haunted house soundtrack, but something that worked very well, along the lines of the work of say Roel Meelkop or Marc Behrens and as such it's not something you haven't heard before, I guess, but Sulidae has enough his own to make a fine, solid impression.” (Vital Weekly)


released November 21, 2016



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Philip Sulidae Sydney, Australia

“High-tension music: pitchblack sound art for the microtonal generation”
- Tokafi

Philip Sulidae is a sound artist residing in Sydney, Australia.

Taking cues from the collected practices of field recording, electro acoustic, improvisation and acousmatic music, he uses an assortment of techniques to create intriguing and compelling sound pieces.
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