3EEM – Third Segment on Chew-Z Netlabel (Free Download)
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3EEM – Third Segment
5.Free Karma Food
Composed and recorded between the end of 2008 and the beginning of 2009, Third Segment emphasize even more on the basic idea of 3eem: electronic rhythmic structures, alteration of sound sources, textures of saxophone and guitar between minimal riffs and short glimpses into improvisation, a sort of tribal rite making its way, overlapping between the certainty of live sound and its deviated interpretation.
All music written and composed by 3EEM.
Valerio Zucca Paul: electronics.
Fabrizio Bazzoni: tenor sax, electric guitar.
Danilo Corgnati: electric guitar, effects.
Released in December 2009 on mp3 trough www.chewz.net/release/view/CWZ016
It’s available also on digipack limited edition trough our online shop www.chewz.net/shop
This album is available in download through our website
on mp3 format (320kps) in a zip archive; on the release page you can listen all
the tracks directly; it is published under the Creative Commons Music Sharing License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/deed-music
3EEM, three men, from a land of hills, wine and some fog.
We met 3EEM when we’ve started Chew-Z (they were into First Aid Kit compilation), then we’ve shared music experience and now they present to us: Third Segment. It could be considered their third work, after the two albums on Small Voices and on White Label Music.
We like the essence of their sound: it could be the soundsystem for a tour around the solar system… and Chew-Z is the captain !
3EEM is an instrumental trio born in 2003 around the idea to combine electric guitars and tenor sax with electronic beats and real time sampling. The textures of 3eem arise from layered structures producing a driving, psychedelic framework in which traditional instrumentation and techniques of digital processing have intertwingled. Airy guitars and melodic tenor sax lines and manic, nervous free blowing, drawing hypnotic sounds mashed up with electronic noise and static white-outs meandering through landscapes of different shadings. Stylistically 3eem doesn’t follow genders or stereotypes of any type.