Distinguished composer, musician and journalist Alexei Borisov (Moscow, Russia), well-known for his numerous collaborations and participation in a vast range of electronic festivals joined Tooth Kink project in 2005. Tooth Kink was established by electronic composer Misha MOX Salnikov (also Poostosh, QUTH and others) to quench his thirst for improvisational experimental composing/performing.
The concept of Tooth Kink is creating dimensions, involving every musician, who is keen to participate.
In May of 2008 Tooth Kink met Ilia Belorukov (Dots and Lines, Wozzeck and others) to record «Heads & Tails». Belorukov is a young saxophonist from Saint-Petersburg, Russia. He works in the direction of free improvisation, free-jazz, noise and electroacoustic music. Ilia practices an experimental approach of sound extraction on different types of saxophones (alto, tenor and baritone) and on flute (inc. fluteophone). In his compositions and improvisations you can find out influences of John Zorn, Derek Bailey, Mats Gustafsson, Evan Parker and other masters of improvised music. By now he has managed to release plenty albums and collaborate with a number of jazz/impro/electronic musicians as well as paricipate in some festivals.
«Heads & Tails» is a two-part suite recorded in a real time and later produced by Salnikov. It represents a wide palette of electronic subgenres, still retaining noise tinge. All three contributors are tightly intertwined in this gripping, psychedelic and fluid work, which wouldn't leave a listener indifferent. Genuine bounty for an experimental music lover.
If you want to get it for free - put 0 for the price.
Cover by Salnikov/Belorukov.
Courtesy of Tooth Kink Records.
The previous album with Japanese cyber-poet Kenji Siratori is here for free - www.archive.org/details/ca154_tkks
More free albums here - www.facebook.com/discography/?id=128823640503197&edit