MOPCUT

(c) Matthias Heschl

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Genre(s): Contemporary Music
From: Vienna, Austria
Label: www.trost.at
Contact: koenigvonoesterreich@gmail.com
Website: lukaskoenig.com/projects/
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BIOGRAPHY

MOPCUT is a medium-length noise-style that covers the head and ears with a vertical bang and a horizontal wave. It’s a popular style for all ages, genders and generations. The soundscape should be trimmed evenly all around the circumference so that the noise at the front reaches the inner eye while the waves on the sides cover (or almost fully cover) the ears. The beats at the back maintain the same length as the samples at the front and sides. Once the overall sound is achieved, trimming is used to achieve minimalism or maximalism, depending. Improvisation, noise and electronic beats work well as backgrounds for the MOPCUT. Electronic appliances and devices may be used to give the MOPCUT a bit more volume, but effects may lead to standing up instead of hanging low. MOPCUT is…

Audrey Chen (USA) – voice, analog electronics
Julien Desprez (France) – electric guitar
Lukas König (Austria) – drums, synthesizer


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