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Fis Clear Stones
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Here are Electronic composer Fis and Māori sound artist Rob Thorne streaming their reaaaally strange 'Clear Stones' LP. Buckle up.

Made of wood, stone, bone and shell, the instruments of taonga pūoro (translating to ‘singing treasures’) include various oblique-style flutes, horns, percussion, and objects spun above the player’s head during performance. Amongst the instrumentation deployed by Thorne on Clear Stonesis the Pūtātara (conch horn), Pūrerehua (bullroarer), and TumutumuKōhatu (stone percussion). However it’s the Pūtōrino that features most regularly throughout; an instrument that is both flute and horn

Clear Stones will be available on May 12, 2017. It will be released via Subtext Recordings. You can stream it via The Wire. Also check out our Fis artist profile to find eventual tour dates in your area and links to the official web and social media pages of Fis.

And if you like what you hear, get it over at iTunes or Amazon.

Clear Stones tracklist

Front Ear
Wooden Lung
Glum Herrin
Phase Transition

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