Days of Delay
... reflects the live ambient side of Singer-Songwriter Cyrus Ashrafi.
Days of Delay stands for improvised and acoustically decelerated paintings of sound with various instruments and techniques. The captivated audience is inspired to let grow their own imagery into a journey in which the listener can be an active participant.
Through atmospheric complementation of perceiving and living environments by timbral resonance Days of Delay also interacts with unique locations such as churches, museums, industrial ruins, orphaned quayside warehouses, retired ships, nostalgic movie theaters, danish town halls or university-glasshalls.
The fusion of time & space throughout loops & slowness, musicality, improvisation and experiment are the key for a hands-on access to emotional utterly complex music.
... are - in addition to computer-controlled processes, loops and ambient noises - the iranian santoor, the russian theremin, the omnichord, piano, various synthesizers, shortwave radio, midified kalimba, amplified wine glasses, weird high-tech controllers, etc.