The sonic outcome of Gábor Tokár's alterego Ficture is a collage of various sound sources, ranging from field recordings to analog synthesizers while keeping in mind that literally everything around us can be a potential part of music. Sound manipulation and resampling of self-recorded audio had a big role on Tokár's debut “Roads To Everywhere” released on Lemongrassmusic in 2014, Sound Color Vibration described the EP as being “as soothing as it is intriguing”, while Funkadelphia called it “meticulously electronic, yet strikingly organic”. Tokár's other works include various cooperations as a session musician for bands, being a music producer and sound designer of different art projects, animations and collaborations in a wide range of styles.
'Filled Spaces' is a continuous exploration of a time-phrase. Using a slightly more uptempo approach compared to earlier works, the EP's aim is to work as a whole, where parts and sounds of each song are referencing and reflecting on other parts within a piece. Working with more impulsive sound design the songs are giving a ride to the listener while playing with the arrangement as if it would be an ever-changing storyline of a non-verbal audiobook. Ficture's second EP is meant to be an experience on its own, working in the background but eventually pulling in the listener to be fascinated by the details and raise curiosity by the flow of the story 'Filled Spaces' is describing.
Release date: April 2018