Pandateen

Pandateen

Ambient Noise Abstract Improvisational Music Concrete
Pandateen is a musical project that aims, as its founder says, to experiment with sounds and instruments in some meditative state of being out-of-self, or psychosomatic automatism: the body, staying here and now, works autonomously, and the mind may find itself anywhere. The authorship of the music belongs to «someone» from the outside, while the so-called «founder of the project» is just a body, through which that «author from the outside» (that «inmost», or, on the contrary, radically «outmost» self) works. «The person of the body», actually, has no relation to these records at all. More Info »
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Pandateen. Artist Bio

Pandateen is a musical project that aims, as its founder says, to experiment with sounds and instruments in some meditative state of being out-of-self, or psychosomatic automatism: the body, staying here and now, works autonomously, and the mind may find itself anywhere. The authorship of the music belongs to «someone» from the outside, while the so-called «founder of the project» is just a body, through which that «author from the outside» (that «inmost», or, on the contrary, radically «outmost» self) works. «The person of the body», actually, has no relation to these records at all.

So, Pandateen is a «mediumistic», or, if you will, a «shamanic» project practicing the openness to some other world (let’s call it «Japanese» for convenience). From that world, «Japanese» in a sense, comes the Panda, displacing the body-person. The Panda speaks broken English, stands for ecology, and advocates veganism.

That’s the legend of Pandateen. It is not known, of course, whether it’s worth believing or not. However, we’ll venture to suppose that the sound, in fact, is the medium, or the bridge that connects us with the «Japanese» world. Not only this person, or this body makes here the sound. But in the trembling of the space, surely, there is something or someone else. The sound handshakes with the spirits, and, in the tremor of that which is here, that which is not here resounds.

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