Studer | Frey | Schlegel | Weber



Tetrapylon could not be a more fitting title for the second release of this bass quartet. The music seems porous throughout, with the four voices — so idiosyncratic and recognisable — opening up electro-acoustic spaces, substrata and tangents with incredible fluency. It’s almost as if the four basses coexist in periphery, drawing lines, hinting at traces before blurring them again… Studer, Frey, Schlegel and Weber are connected not only by their choice of instruments, but also in their dedication to letting sounds.