- posted on February 5, 2015 by

La Métamorphose (Part 4​-​6)

 

 

 

 

 

01. La Métamorphose Part 4

02. La Métamorphose Part 5

03. La Métamorphose Part 6

 

La Métamorphose is a new concept by Skeleton Trees. The idea is to create music without words which has its roots in avant-garde and experimental music. Each movement is based on repetitive patterns which evolve gradually into more complex structures.

This is part 4-6 of a 12 parts serie.

We hope to release the 12 parts as a single package once finished.

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Alice Morrison: Vocals.
J.Bannon: Keyboards, Sound Manipulation and Drums Programming.
Jean-David Brouillette: Electric Bass.
Oscar Jurado: Electric Guitars.

Music composed by J.Bannon.

Arrangements by Skeleton Trees.

Engineered, mixed and mastered by J.Bannon at Moondawn Studio with the exception of the Electric Guitars tracks which were recorded by Oscar Jurado.

Produced by J.Bannon and Alice Morrison for Les Productions Skeleton Trees.

Art direction, photography and cover design by Annie Lestourneau.
Painting by Biloutte.

Special thanks to: Gilles Vachon, Paola Ciccone, Ramis Valente, Jessica Dionne, Estela Rios, William D’Agostino, Michelle Daniel.

“Sans nous, il n’y a personne.”

©2015 Skeleton Trees

 

 

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- posted on February 3, 2015 by

Paper Moon

 

 

 

 

 

 

01. Over

02. Inside my Heart

03. Sans Visage

04. Indifferent

05. Un Coeur en Hiver

06. No Tomorrow

 

Paper Moon was composed and recorded as a Valentine’s day gift. It is exclusively available as a digital download.

 

Alice Morrison: Vocals
J.Bannon: Keyboards, drums programming, electric guitars and backvocals on track 1 .
Jean-David Brouillette: Electric bass.
Oscar Jurado: Electric guitars.
William D’Agostino: Keyboards, drums programming and electronics on tracks 1 and 2.
Simon D’souza: Saxophone on track 2 – hear more at
souzamusic.bandcamp.com or at www.souzamusic.co.uk

Arizona wind sample on track 6 by Felix Blume.
Vocal samples used in track 2 by ERH at Freesound.
Vocal samples used in track 3 by Incarnadine at Freesound.

All music and lyrics composed by J.Bannon except track 01 and 02; music composed by J.Bannon and William D’Agostino.

Arrangements by Skeleton Trees.
Engineered, mixed and mastered by J.Bannon at Moondawn Studio.

Produced by J.Bannon and Alice Morrison for Les Productions Kaivalya.

Art direction and cover design by Annie Lestourneau.

This recording is dedicated to love.

« Sans nous, il n’y a personne. »

©2013 Skeleton Trees

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- posted on February 2, 2015 by

La Métamorphose (Part 1-3)

 

 

 

 

 

01. La Métamorphose Part 1

02. La Métamorphose Part 2

03. La Métamorphose Part 3

 

La Métamorphose is a new concept by Skeleton Trees. The idea is to create music without words which has its roots in avant-garde and experimental music. Each movement is based on repetitive patterns which evolve gradually into more complex structures.The first 3 parts were composed for the art preview of Montreal’s artist Ramis Valente. The music was directly influenced by Valente’s paintings and is a musical representation of the artist’s creative process.
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Alice Morrison: Vocals.
J.Bannon: Keyboards, Drums Programming on tracks 1 and 3, Electric Guitars  and Additional Vocals on track 1.
Jean-David Brouillette: Electric Bass.
Oscar Jurado: Electric Guitars (Lead).

Drums Programming on tracks 02 by William D’Agostino.

All music composed by J.Bannon except track 02 composed by J.Bannon and William D’Agostino.

Arrangements by Skeleton Trees.

Engineered, mixed and mastered by J.Bannon at Moondawn Studio.

Produced by J.Bannon and Alice Morrison for Les Productions Kaivalya.

Art direction, photography and cover design by Annie Lestourneau. Paintings by Ramis Valente.

Special thanks to our friend Ramis Valente, whose art was the main influence for the music on this recording.

“Sans nous, il n’y a personne.”

©2013 Skeleton Trees

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