The Brvtalist is pleased to present the full album premiere of Nonmenabsorbium. Prolific Swiss electronic composer Francisco Meirino and Basque country's prominent Miguel A. García, team up for a raw, intense journey of electronic experimentation. Out now on Brussels' Idiosyncratics, this is a five track release of modular synth, field recordings and magnetic fields crafted by two experts of the genre.
Active since 1994 (as phroq until 2009), Francisco Meirino explores the tension between programmable material and the potential for its failure. Recording what is not supposed to be, Meirino captures uninhbitied authenticity which creates a radical new context. Miguel A. García (aka Xedh) comes from the Basque country and is revered as one of the most dynamic figures of the Spanish scene. His work focuses mainly on composition and electro-acoustic improvisation. García uses sounds from device residues and fuses them with field recordings or acoustic instruments, in the search of an intimate, intense and immersive experience.
Nonmenabsorbium is a cerebral work of powerful compositions that combine technical prowess with haunting intrigue.