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Rachael Dadd
We Resonate

Rachael Dadd — We Resonate [29th September, 2014]

Japan Rachael Dadd — We Resonate

Kačum album Rachael Dadd — We Resonate & nominée for 8th Tais Awards 2015
♣   Všechno to vzešlo z bohatství kočovného životního stylu, písně pak byly zaznamenány zčásti  živou kapelou ve studiu a následně metodou overdubbing v předsíni u Rachael, kde bylo preparované piano. Manžel Ichi je zručný na hudební vynálezy. Křížení žánrů od folku, přes pop a experimentální pasáže, "rezonují" pulsativně s polyrytmy na  piano, xylofonem, hlasy, klarinety, rozbitým sklem, psacím strojem, krabičkami od zápalek, ocelovým bubnem, tap-dancingem, tleskáním, a dokonce i tepem Rachaelina dítěte v děloze. Její láska k africkým terénním nahrávkám a duchu zakotveného v nich prosakuje do písní a koresponduje s  různorodými vlivy: Steve Reich, Tune Yards a japonská underground/improvizační scéna.
Location: Minamihoncho, Kanto, Japan / Bristol, UK
Album release: 29th September 2014
Record Label: Talitres
Duration:     43:53
Tracks:
01. Make A Sentence      (3:57)
02. Strike Our Scythes      (3:25)
03. What Have You Made      (2:59)
04. I Am Your Home      (3:56)
05. Our Arms      (3:52)
06. Animal Mineral      (4:35)
07. Bounce The Ball      (3:20)
08. Wake It      (2:58)
09. Three      (3:45)
10. Tap The Sap      (3:26)
11. Come Together      (4:35)
12. Let It Rise      (3:05)
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♣   "Born from the richness of Rachael Dadd`s semi-nomadic lifestyle, partly recorded live in a studio followed by playful overdubbing in Rachael’s front room, ‘We Resonate’ carves out a niche of its own, crossing genres from folk, through pop and experimental. Pulsing with poly-rhythms on prepared-piano, homemade xylophone, voice, clarinets, typewriter, boxes of matches, steel drum, tap-dancing, clapping, and even the heartbeat of Rachael’s baby in the womb, it reveals that her love of African field-recordings and the spirit embodied within them has seeped into the diverse mix of influences, along with Steve Reich, Tune Yards, and the Japanese underground/ improv scene."
♣   "Rachael Dadd fait partie de ces artistes qui illuminent ta journée toute entiere. « We Resonate » est le second opus de cette chanteuse et musicienne multi-instrumentiste nomade partageant sa vie entre Bristol et le Japon. Entourée de son compagnon et one-man-band Ichi et de nombreux autres talents, Rachael accouche d’un album incroyablement sensoriel, joyeux, pictural et mélodique. Ses folk-pop songs regorgent de polyrythmies et d’inventions maison. Les battements de coeur de bébé, les sons de jouets, de machines a écrire, de boîtes d’allumettes (…) se mélangent au xylophone, clarinettes, steel drum, guitare, piano (…) et a sa belle voix claire et ventilée. Un album qui résonne. Une évidence." Une belle trouvaille de mon ami El Céher, merci a lui!
REVIEW
By ALEX GALLACHER on 21 JANUARY, 2014
♣   Rachael Dadd is our most celebrated female artists on Folk Radio UK and for that reason it is a great pleasure to announce the release of her new album ‘We Resonate’, none can top the anticipation as this promises to be her strongest and most impacting body of work into the public sphere.
♣   Two years in the making ‘We Resonate‘ is an uplifting celebration of life and by far her most collaborative. It sees Rachael joined by Laura Marling’s sideman Marcus Hamblet, experimental Japanese multi-instrumentalist ICHI, Alessi Laurent-Marke of Alessi’s Ark, Rozi Plain, Emma Gatrill of Sons of Noel and Adrian, and Thomas Heather of Woodpecker Wooliams.
♣   Starting life as demos of multi-instrumental layers born from the richness of her nomadic lifestyle, the songs were then recorded in part with a live band in a studio, followed by playful overdubbing in Rachael’s front room where she could prepare the piano and use husband ICHI’s handmade musical inventions. Carving out a niche of its own and crossing genres from folk, through pop and experimental, ‘We Resonate’ pulses with poly-rhythms on prepared-piano, homemade xylophone, voice, clarinets, typewriter, boxes of matches, steel drum, tap-dancing, clapping, and even the heartbeat of Rachael’s baby in the womb. Her love of african field-recordings and the spirit embodied within them, has seeped into the diverse mix of influences, along with Steve Reich, Tune Yards, and the Japanese underground/improv scene.
♣   Three singles from the album will be released between March and June. The first, ‘Make a Sentence’, will be a self-release split 7″ with husband ICHI. The second, ‘Strike Our Scythes’ will come as a postcard on Scottish label Lost Map UK, and the third ‘Wake It’, a summery popsicle, will be set loose in June. :: http://www.folkradio.co.uk/
Website: http://www.rachaeldadd.com/
MySpace: https://myspace.com/rachaeldadd
Bandzone: http://rachaeldadd.bandcamp.com/
Label: http://talitres.bigcartel.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/rachaeldadd
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rachaeldadd-1
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rachael-Dadd/105566692814886?fref=ts
Bio:
♣   Rachael Dadd is an English folk musician based in Bristol, England and Tokyo, Japan.
♣   Dadd has played alongside a wide range of notable UK bands and artists including Laura Marling, Sons of Noel and Adrian, and Curly Hair. In February 2009 and again in July 2009, she toured the UK with Alessi's Ark. In recent years, she has played at the Glastonbury Festival every year.
♣   She regularly collaborated with This is the Kit front woman, Kate Stables, with whom she performs in the band Whalebone Polly. Additionally she regularly performs alongside The Hand and with Rozi Plain.
♣   Dadd has received ongoing support from BBC Bristol and has also been played on Gideon Coe's show on BBC 6 Music.
♣   She is currently signed to Broken Sound Music, the UK independent record label responsible for Peggy Sue, Forest Fire, The Mariner's Children and Tristram.
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