Aphasia

Aphasia est un musicien de musique électronique français.

Biographie

Après des débuts noise rock en tant que guitariste-chanteur, Aphasia, acquiert sa première boîte à rythmes en 1993, sous l'influence de groupes tels que Ministry et NIN.

Parallèlement, il étudie l'électro-acoustique, pratique la prise de son et commence à utiliser synthétiseurs et échantillonneurs, s'orientant naturellement vers la techno et son côté le plus obscur, en créant sur platine CD des mixages audio ambiant sombres, inspirés d'Autechre, Afx, Acid Kirk, Passarani ou Annibaldi.

Remarqué par Manu Le Malin lors d'une fête des Sonics, Aphasia devient le premier artiste produit par le label 46 Records en 1998. Il vise le mélange des styles, des tempos, des ryhmiques, dans une cohérence sonore que l'on pourrait définir par le terme techno hardcore, pris dans son sens le plus vaste, sans contrainte de schéma ou de vitesse. Les affinités de l'artiste envers un certain type de sons industriels renvoient, de multiples manières, à l'intense urbanité qui nous entoure et nous aliène.


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  • aphasia — (n.) loss of ability to speak, especially as result of brain injury or disorder, 1867, from Mod.L. aphasia, from Gk. aphasia speechlessness, from a without (see A (Cf. a ) (3)) + phasis utterance, from phanai to speak, related to pheme voice,… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Aphasia — A*pha si*a, Aphasy Aph a*sy, n. [NL. aphasia, Gr. ?, fr. ? not spoken; a priv. + ? to speak: cf. F. aphasie.] (Med.) Loss of the power of speech, or of the appropriate use of words, the vocal organs remaining intact, and the intelligence being… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • aphasia — [ə fā′zhə, ə fā′zhē ə, ə fā′zē ə] n. [ModL < Gr < aphatos, unuttered < a , not + phatos < phanai, to say: see PHONO ] total or partial loss of the power to use or understand words, usually caused by brain disease or injury aphasic [ə… …   English World dictionary

  • Aphasia — For other uses, see Aphasia (disambiguation). Aphasia Classification and external resources ICD 10 F80.0 F80.2, R …   Wikipedia

  • aphasia — /euh fay zheuh/, n. Pathol. the loss of a previously held ability to speak or understand spoken or written language, due to disease or injury of the brain. [1865 70; < Gk: speechlessness, equiv. to a A 6 + phat(ós) spoken (deriv. of phánai to… …   Universalium

  • aphasia — /afeyzh(iy)a/ Loss of the faculty or power of articulate speech. A condition in which the patient, while retaining intelligence and understanding and with the organs of speech unimpaired, is unable (in motor aphasia ) to utter articulate words,… …   Black's law dictionary

  • aphasia — /afeyzh(iy)a/ Loss of the faculty or power of articulate speech. A condition in which the patient, while retaining intelligence and understanding and with the organs of speech unimpaired, is unable (in motor aphasia ) to utter articulate words,… …   Black's law dictionary

  • Aphasia — Literally aphasia means no speech. Aphasia can apply to a defect in expression or comprehension. * * * Impaired or absent comprehension or production of, or communication by, speech, writing, or signs, due to an acquired lesion of the dominant… …   Medical dictionary

  • aphasia — dysphasia; n. a disorder of language affecting the generation and content of speech and its understanding (it is not a disorder of articulation: see dysarthria). It is caused by damage to the language dominant half of the brain, which is usually… …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • aphasia — noun /əˈfeɪzɪə/ A partial or total loss of language skills due to brain damage. Usually, damage to the left perisylvian region, including Brocas area and Wernikes area, causes aphasia. The Doctor came over in three minutes, and heard the story.… …   Wiktionary

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