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TED BYRNES Assimilations of constructed pitches waste away into an ad hoc arrangement of undifferentiated fields where wood, metal and any other material in percussionist Ted Byrnesâ€™ striking range, weld, shred, transpose and invert into a microtonal cyclone that could undulate deadening silence. In what could be a Formula One joyride, but unstrapped and seated haphazardly with a prepared instrument, i.e. power drill in one hand, Byrnes oscillates the dashboard of paraphernalia pushing limits, testing the physicality of the vernacular. Topological noise-scapes shift in rearrangements: its definitive encounter, real and free of subject/object bifurcation, leaves the listener unaware of any technicality, only to note conscientious maneuverings. (KG). http://tedbyrnesdrums.com
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