AirSculpture – Burn


Release data: AirSculpture – Burn CD-R/DIGITAL DOWNLOAD, Private Release, 2008 “Burn” is a vibrant and atmospheric live album by the energetic trio AirSculpture, aka John Christian, Adrian Beasley and Peter Ruczynski. The outcome was recorded at the UK’s second Hampshire Jam festival, held in November 2002, where the three musicians played a glowingly set of highly improvised music as some gear had unfortunately broken down….

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AirSculpture – Before the Moon


Release data: Airsculpture – Before the Moon CD, Ricochet Dream, 2010 “Before the Moon” is a limited edition, factory-pressed digipack cd-release, previously released as a double cd-r in 2006, offering some fully improvised Berliner School-inspired space music by the legendary UK-trio. The outcome on this re-release features four lengthy pieces, recorded live in concert during AirSculpture’s performance as part of the Ricochet Gathering 2005 on…

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AirSculpture – TranceAtlantic


Release data: AirSculpture – TranceAtlantic CD, Neu Harmony, 2005 After “Fjord Transit” and “Quark Soup”, the English trio Adrian Beasley, Peter Ruczynski and John Christian aka AirSculpture treats its fans with another live album. “TranceAtlantic” documents two different live appearances of the band on a double cd: The Gatherings and the Stars End radio show in the USA . Known for many years for their…

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AirSculpture – Fjord Transit


Release data: AirSculpture – Fjord Transit CD, Neu Harmony Records, 1999 “Fjord Transit” came out rather unexpectedly at E-Live ’99. It contains the music the English trio played at the second Eurosonic Festival on the Swedish island Valo. In all, there are three extended pieces, of which the title track (clocking over 30 minutes) contains lots of nicely sculptured soundscape textures before reminiscent TD-sequencing and…

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AirSculpture – Quark Soup


Release data: AirSculpture – Quark Soup CD, Neu Harmony, 2001 This is a double cd from the English trio Airsculpture, which only contains live material. What they acchieve live-on-stage is always something surprising, as their Berliner School inspired music relies a lot on improvisation. The first cd of “Quarksoup” contains the complete, very strong live set they performed on E-Live ’99, which features some great…

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