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‘Her High Noise’ by HRH Trio

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Federico Reuben has a new improvisation album out on the squib-box net label with a new trio with Mark Hanslip and Paul Hession. Mark Hanslip will also be starting a PhD at York this October and joining the crmc.

The album is fully improvised and recorded in one take with DIY equipment. For the session, Federico used a live coding environment that he is developing as part of his Modularity, Immediacy and Exchange in Laptop Improvisation research project.

You can listen and purchase the album here.

‘Her High Noise’

by HRH Trio

Federico Reuben – Live coding/electronics, Mark Hanslip – Sax, Paul Hession – Drums

Mixed and mastered by Federico Reuben. Cover Design by Eszter Takacs

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