Ryan Gregory Tallman (b. 1977) is an electro-acoustic composer, noise artist, sound experimentalist, multip-instrumentalist and improvisor. Tallman's primary compositional focus is the maipulation/exploitation of the inherent resonant frequencies of acoustic spaces, rendering his work site spefific and experiential.
As a graduate from the Master of Fine Arts in Electronic Music and Recording Arts program at Mills College, Tallman has studied under Fred Frith, Pauline Oliveros, Maggie Payne, Chris Brown, Roscoe Mitchell and Zeena Parkins.
Just phenomenal traditional spacey krautrock/kosmische. It doesn't do anything especially new with the genre, but it's a very warm and nostalgic record that will have you nodding your head. Wonderful, pulsing, psychedelic stuff. pierrelefou
Drones, synths and epic sound walls emerging from a distant fog. Meditative, peaceful and as if from the inside of an iceberg. Sounds that aspire to the light. An outstanding, deep and imaginative album with subtle electronics. Apart from "Day" by Christopher Hipgrave (https://homenormal.bandcamp.com/album/day), for me it is the strongest album in the catalogue of Home Normal. SILENCE ET LIBERTÉ