The first SAVANT release, Starozytnym Konstelacje by M Janet Mars, signals the beginning of this wonderful project and represents the metaphysical takeoff of this sonic journey with a set of five musical pieces inspired by the beginning of the universe, space travel and the cosmos.
Featuring a mellotron noise piece inspired by the beginning of the universe, Little Garden Anastasia; a frenzy jazzrock collision with tape destruction, in the American freejazz-inspired allegory, Petit Armstrong Jones; The John Cage-inspired tribute to the cosmos Zeitstern; The dark ambiental takeoff medley of Starozytnym; and the definition of a space opera, the Edward Artemiev-inspired 18 minutes piece Konstelacje Gemini, which finishes the album in full circle, from the beginning of the universe to the future of space travel. Featuring the best of four years of experimentation and study in avantgarde, experimental, ambient, rock and noise music, and the first step into the hopeful journey of sound and silence that is SAVANT.
"King Question..." is Elkshow's cut-up masterpiece. Gloriously deconstructive and philosophical, Ellipse ponders and explores human questioning in abstract collages that transcend sound and rhythm. Savant Record Series
Human Food's "First Magnum Opus..." travels from one passage of sound to another into a vanishing state of daydream, like a drug trip or a fever, mixing ambient, musique concrete and noise perfectly. Savant Record Series