Accretions Records
Release date
9 Feb 2005
Running length
11 tracks
Running time



    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Ziplock Tub 5:37 4
2 Earthworm 6:57 3
3 Greeter 2:50 4
4 Amp 2:38 4
5 Extract Hell Out Of O 5:11 3
6 Cante Marito 1:22 7
7 Catarpillar 13:46 1
8 Dervishes 4:00 5
9 Discoteca 6:05 3
10 Rice And Beans 5:24 5
11 Version 115B 13:57 3

About this album

Hello is composed of audio manipulations based on vocal improvisations, using percussive patterns, and the word hello. The work features shifts in time (looping, stretching / compressing audio files), spikes and drones of digital making, microtonal melodies, rumbles, phonographies, erratic cuts, beats, and spliced creative improvisations by guest musicians (Michael Dessen, Nathan Hubbard, Hans Fjellestad, Jason Robinson, Damon Holzborn, Marcos Fernandes and others).


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KICKS - Radio Centraal (Antwerp, Belgium)

“Chilean-born Radulovich crosses the line to the positively mythopoeic. Characteristically working with a mix of samples, loops, processed sounds and field recordings, Radulovich has built Hello around percussive patterns and looped and treated samples of the word “hello.” But into these formal parameters Radulovich has crash-landed a bizarre magic unrealist exploration of the invented prophet Titicacaman: a myth so potent that fragments have burst their bounds… The music dances in a crazed Bataille-like sunshine of looped “hello” chants, found sounds, telephone dial-up tones, primal screams and marketplace banter.”
Matt Ffytche - The Wire, 12/2002

“This is superb audio crunch work. Lots of sampling, loops, leitmotivs creating an effective pastiche of wacked juxtapositions. Maximal plunderphonica done ESP jazz style. Stretched samples, wanked sounds, wrenched bites. Recommended for those who enjoy deep, dark, and in-your-face.”
wReck thiS meSS (Radio Patapoe 97.2 - Amsterdam)

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