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Decoys, the first release from multi. Modal records, sees sound artists Angus Carlyle and Mark Peter Wright collaborate to produce a 15-minute composition and a graphic score. This score, which deliberately withheld Wright and Carlyle's intentions - hence the work's title - was then interpreted by violinist Alison Blunt, pianist Claudia Molitor and trombonist Tullis Rennie, to form side B of this vinyl release. Carlyle and Wright say about the work: "We wanted to create a work that would somehow propel the immediate and futurological aspects of life on a damaged planet. There is a sense of environmental toxicity, debris, heat and movements of the human or more-than-human. Every sound was produced through experimental Foley (post-production) techniques, which seemed apt given the post-natural context we were working within; we were questioning notions of authenticity and the real within the framing and capturing of place. We are really excited to have contributed the first multi. Modal record - taking the opportunity to divert Foley from it's usual naturalisms, creating a score that disclosed as much as it dissembled, hearing Blunt's, Molitor's and Rennie's uncanny interpretation, working with a label who realize that graphic design forms part of a release's content. "