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Eau De Parfum

Ephemera by Unsound

Country of Origin: Poland

Fragrance Family: Woody Aromatic

Style: Unisex

The Project:
Ephemera presents olfactory compositions based on musical resonances and reverberations. The nose behind the project is Berlin-based Geza Schoen, known for the groundbreaking Escentric Molecules series as well as various avant-garde/conceptual scents.

In the first phase of the project, three musicians – Ben Frost, Tim Hecker, and Steve Goodman (aka Kode9) – created raw sonic material which Schoen then reinterpreted to create three different scents: Noise, Drone and Bass. These scents and sounds are now used in an installation environment, and also encapsulated as unique perfumes.

The Fragrance: NOISE
Synthe screeches of jitterbugging metal and heat imbue the atmosphere with a kind of psychic tremor. Hyper-connected, daring and tight, Noise is a wild ride through life at fast-forward. Utterly invigorating, it raises our eye level; leap up!

Geza Schoen created the scent representing Noise inspired by way of Ben Frost’s deepest recesses of olfactory memories: catholic church holidays, Australian bushfire, moisture, and insect drones, among other stimuli. Those ideas Schoen connected with aldehydes, ozone, black pepper, saffron, and labdanum, to name a few.

A 30ml bottle of Noise EDP is available in a limited edition series with box handmade in Krakow. The box contains a code, to download digital versions of the Bass, Noise and Drone tracks that inspired Geza Schoen’s creations.

Fragrance Notes:

Aldehydes, Ozone, Black Pepper, Magnolia, Orchid, Saffron, Amber, Labdanum, Leather, Cedarwood

Details Price QTY
SIZE: 30ml

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SIZE: .7ml Sample
SKU: UEPH05250-P. Categories: , , , , .

Product Description

Ben Frost on Noise:

‘Herein’ is drawn from the deepest recesses of my olfactory memory.

Ash Wednesday: The creeping haze of burning trees, distant crackling, the muffled roar and siren, suffocating wind, heat and the physical noise – the looming spectre of Australian bushfire. We wear wool. Sheep don’t easily burn, you see.

My Grandfathers workshop: Soldering, electrical burns- the cycling whine of angle grinders and the showering sparks of an arc welder. The rust, the damp, the wood, the sweat.

Church on Sundays: Crackling radio-mic sermon, always cold, bluestone, frost, and frankincense.

The back of the hunting truck: moisture and insect drones, mould and gunpowder, empty shells and diesel in jerry cans.

The buzz of flies over sticky blood.


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