Vieo Abiungo - Blood Memory (2010)

Vieo Abiungo - Blood Memory (2010)

Artist: Vieo Abiungo
Title Of Album: Blood Memory
Year Of Release: 2010
Label: Lost Tribe Sound
Genre: Modern Classical, Experimental, Ambient, Electronic
Quality: mp3
Total Length: 00:45:54
Bitrate: 320kbps
Total Size: ~ 129 Mb
01 Borne Harshly
02 Nervous Laughter
03 In A Wash Or Haze
04 White Faced Rotted Teeth
05 Cote D'Ivoire
06 Gaunt Wolves With Buzzard Beaks
07 Rust And Bile
08 Sweat, Thick Like Blood Or Honey
09 Parading On Broken Glass
10 Red Earthen Mouths
11 Rain Like Burnt Sugar
12 Fugue
13 Blood Memory
Vieo Abiungo exist at a strange netherworld where modern classical, tribal, the experimental and film music intersect. It’s a kind of fourth world music, too complex and playful to be film music, yet too experimental, distorted and distended to be classical. It possesses a unique undercurrent or energy that seems to stem from the percussion which initially seems to be working counter to the sweeping melodies however like barnacles it then begins to sweep up other instrumentation which attach themselves to its wake. It can be a light footed and cheeky, sprawl out into a bawdy beautiful drunken mess of sound, whilst at other times feel tight, light and contained. This is really something quite different and spacial.
It’s the debut from William Ryan Fritch, a multi instrumentalist and film composer who’s probably best known for his role in Anticon’s Sole & The Skyrider Band. It’s bold and beautiful with a slight darkness that sits uneasily with the sheer precociousness of the man. It feels like anything can happen. His mixes are thick. Sounds reveal themselves triumphantly only to submerge again, horns, cello, turntable, synths, even subtle fragments of voice (or voices). Fritch clearly likes building order from disorder, a kind of messy hard won beauty from amongst the swirls and seemingly amorphous, near ambient wanderings. But the key is really the percussion, there’s everything from kit to what sounds like banging on soft drink cans and it offers an anchor to the music that not only prevents it from drifting away, but actually sends it a completely disparate direction. The press release suggests that Fritch is a self taught player of over thirty instruments. You’d have to think that most have them have made their way onto Blood Memory, yet rather than weigh the music down, this density has offered a new and interesting method of composition as like a sculptor he carves out his unique and complex path through the debris.
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