arhgbrou 4:3, mbì-ɛshobì inter-sessions / /ˌɪntəˈsɛʃ(ə)n/
Arhgbrou 4:3, a series of surround sonic experiments, inter-sessions/ intercessions, sonic monuments based on non mathematical combinations and transformations of field recordings, mundane and acousmatic sounds, custom analogue rhythmic systems, in line with over 13 rhythmic variations from the gulf of Guinea. Arhgbrou 4:3 revisits rhythmic principles from Malleh through Mukonge with vocal references employing poetics from public aspects of the Ekpe, Ahon sacred society’s aesthetics amongst others. It uses a quad system plus 3 sub-woofers, inspired by ”Arhgbrou” and ”eMungoWest” electronic interfaces in development by the artist and partners.
Arhgbrou 4:3 is based on indigenous sounds transformed . A reflection of resistance sonic works rooted conceptually in variants of indigenous music from the Geographical entity a.k.a Southern Cameroons, and the larger Congo basin .
*mbi-eshobi inter-sessions / /ˌɪntəˈsɛʃ(ə)n/ are improvisational sonic conversations, sessions @ Mbi Eshobi surround lab. *arhgbrou 4:3 , imagined for acoustic tents /
#inter-sessions #sonicmonuments #intercessions . Supported by ɛfúkúyú