ZS0026://fullmoonwoodcut

During its autumn 1999 recording sessions in Brooklyn, New York, Gaizse Music discovered “Encodings,” one-minute sound pieces representing fragments of “The Plan” for the Universe that The Other embedded into Cris Tobal.  Immediately Kerry d’Noit and Liam d’Noit realized the need to gather sixty or more of these sound pieces for inclusion on a compilation yet to be released, entitled Cris Tobal’s Encodings, Vol. 1.  In autumn 2006, Kerry d’Noit and Liam d’Noit developed and agreed to enter into a composition game in which each would create an EP of Encodings according to the rule that each Encoding be exactly one minute in duration and created by remixing only source material from the then completed pieces set for release on the forthcoming Gaizse Music’s forthcoming release, Tales of The Banished & Elite.  Guided by these requirements, Kerry d’Noit remixed and remastered the piece “Gaizse Mantra: Incantations of Offering” to create “ZS0026://fullmoonwoodcut,” the twenty-sixth one-minute sound piece Gaizse Music produced and canonized as an Encoding.  “ZS0026://fullmoonwoodcut” appears on Gaizse Music’s 2006 release Baladas Minuciosas Para Los Azsulos and includes sampling and programming by Kerry d’Noit and vocals, percussion, sampling, and programming by Liam d’Noit.

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ZS0022://buttshiplanding

During its autumn 1999 recording sessions in Brooklyn, New York, Gaizse Music discovered “Encodings,” one-minute sound pieces representing fragments of “The Plan” for the Universe that The Other embedded into Cris Tobal.  Immediately Kerry d’Noit and Liam d’Noit realized the need to gather sixty or more of these sound pieces for inclusion on a compilation yet to be released, entitled Cris Tobal’s Encodings, Vol. 1.  In winter 2001 in Brooklyn, New York, guided by the rule that each Encoding be exactly one minute in duration, Liam d’Noit composed, recorded, and mixed “ZS0022://buttshiplanding.”  The twenty-second one-minute sound piece Gaizse Music produced and canonized as an Encoding, “ZS0022://buttshiplanding” includes sampling and programming by Liam d’Noit.

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Silent Moment

SilentMoment

Gaizse Music composed, recorded, and mixed “Silent Moment” in Brooklyn, New York, during autumn 1999.  Unavailable as a stand alone work, until now, this short sound poem was originally intended to be a part of the re-recorded “Fabulous Beasts,” which will appear on Gaizse Music’s forthcoming release, Tales of The Banished & Elite.  “Silent Moment” includes sampling and programming by Kerry d’Noit and Liam d’Noit.

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ZS0002://myndgloidspeak

myndgloidspeak

During its autumn 1999 recording sessions in Brooklyn, New York, Gaizse Music discovered “Encodings,” one-minute sound pieces representing fragments of “The Plan” for the Universe that The Other embedded into Cris Tobal.  Immediately Kerry d’Noit and Liam d’Noit realized the need to gather sixty or more of these sound pieces for inclusion on a compilation yet to be released, entitled Cris Tobal’s Encodings, Vol. 1.  What they did not realize quite so readily was that the only rule for their composition–that each be exactly one minute in duration–made Encodings deceptively difficult to make and, therefore, a great way to practice song construction and to flesh out musical ideas for larger sound pieces.  “ZS0002://myndgloidspeak” was the second one-minute sound piece Gaizse Music produced and canonized as an Encoding and includes vocals, sampling, and programming by Kerry d’Noit and Liam d’Noit.

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ZS0001://theencoding

CrisTobalEncoding

During its autumn 1999 recording sessions in Brooklyn, New York, Gaizse Music discovered “Encodings,” one-minute sound pieces representing fragments of “The Plan” for the Universe that The Other embedded into Cris Tobal.  Immediately Kerry d’Noit and Liam d’Noit realized the need to gather sixty or more of these sound pieces for inclusion on a compilation yet to be released, entitled Cris Tobal’s Encodings, Vol. 1.  What they did not realize quite so readily was that the only rule for their composition–that each be exactly one minute in duration–made Encodings deceptively difficult to make and, therefore, a great way to practice song construction and to flesh out musical ideas for larger sound pieces.  “ZS0001://theencoding” was the first one-minute sound piece Gaizse Music produced and canonized as an Encoding and includes sampling and programming by Kerry d’Noit and Liam d’Noit.

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Gaizse Mantra: Incantations of Offering

GaizseMantra

Gaizse Music composed, recorded, and mixed “Gaizse Mantra: Incantations of Offering” in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in October 1997.  A traditional mantra of the New Aizse, the sound piece contains four incantations praising and asking for protection from each of the Major Gaizsian Deities (Bob Uallowal, Buheahmyth, G-Bon N’touk, and Cris Tobal).  “Gaizse Mantra: Incantations of Offering” will appear on Gaizse Music’s forthcoming release, Tales of The Banished & Elite and includes sampling and programming by Kerry d’Noit and vocals, percussion, sampling, and programming by Liam d’Noit.

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Space Jive Turkey (Astral Mix)

On April 6, 1997, Gaizse Music released its third album, entitled Cris Tobal’s Genealogy of Gaizse: Book One.  With a run time of one hour, ten minutes and twenty-six seconds, the album was conceived of as an anthology pulling together eleven remixed and original condition archival tracks representing conventional Gaizsian identified genres, including Salt Rock, Space Jive, and SZoundscape, among others.  “Space Jive Turkey (Astral Mix),” the album’s seventh track, is a traditional Space Jive song that was apparently sung in praise of the Ertez intergalactic hero referred to by the Ertez as Space Jive Turkey.  Gaizse Music originally composed, recorded, and mixed “Space Jive Turkey” during autumn 1995 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for release on its first album, entitled Dangerarse Emergence! Plug It Up.  In winter 1997, Liam d’Noit remixed “Space Jive Turkey” to include an extended introduction pieced together by recording new drums, samples, and toy melodica to a previously recorded Kerry d’Noit guitar riff.  “Space Jive Turkey (Astral Mix)” includes electric guitars, bass guitar, sampling, programming by Kerry d’Noit and drums, sampling, programming, toy melodica, and lead vocals by Liam d’Noit.

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