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Rodinia - Ex Anima
Rodinia
Ex Anima
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Now-Again)
21,59 €* 23,99 € -10%
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Now-Again Records has enjoyed a long and creative partnership with Munich-based multi-instrumentalist JJ Whitefield, creative force behind the Poets of Rhythm, Whitefield Brothers and Karl Hector & The Malcouns. Rodinia, his latest project, is quite different than anything that’s come from his oeuvre to date, but follows in the line of the Poets of Rhythm’s great “Discern/Define”, as it reaches back to Krautrock’s experimental heyday but pushes its boundaries with a post-hip-hop approach. Rodinia’s first album, “Drumside/Dreamside”, featured two, side-long suites, with synthesizers taking the fore on an overarching ambient approach (featuring over-dubbed reeds, drums and guitar, and self-made Moroccan field recordings introducing the project on its Drumside.) “For Ex Anima”, Rodinia has incorporated more of the mid-70s approach of Krautrock forebears Neu!, Cluster and Harmonia, with shorter, self-contained songs. The result is winsome and exploratory, respectfully distanced from the past’s trappings while celebrating a musical spirit still very much alive and influential. With original artwork by Jason Jagel (DOOM’s Mm Food, Operation DOOMsday).Electronic Krautrock in line with Cluster, Harmonia, Neu!, Popul Vuh from Jay Whitefield (Poets of Rhythm/Whitefield Brothers/Karl Hector & The Malcouns). The album includes a download card.
Rodinia - Drumside / Dreamside
Rodinia
Drumside / Dreamside
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Now Again)
23,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Now-Again Records has enjoyed a long and creative partnership with Munich-based multi-instrumentalist JJWhitefield, creative force behind the Poets of Rhythm, Whitefield Brothers and Karl Hector & The Malcouns. Rodinia, his latest project, is quite different than anything that’s come from his oeuvre to date, but follows inthe line of the Poets of Rhythm’s great Discern/Define, as it reaches back to Krautrock’s experimental heyday but pushes its boundaries with a post-hip-hop approach.That’s to say that everything you read in the header above is true, but the ambient sound Whitefield and hisRodinia collaborator - saxophonist and keyboardist Johannes Schleiermacher – reached for found itselfmorphing over the course of a year. What was originally recorded in a two-day studio lock-in, which foundWhitefield and Schleiermacher hooking up “all our vintage synths (Korg MS-20, Moog Prodigy, Roland Juno60, Jen SX 1000, Korg Polysix), triggering everything with a vintage Korg rhythm box, absorbing some mindaltering substances and jamming out,” was later turned into two, side-long suites, with over-dubbed reeds, drums and guitar, and self-made Moroccan field recordings introducing the project on its Drumside. The result is as winsome and exploratory as those from their forebears, but respectfully distanced from thepast’s trappings. With original artwork by Jason Jagel (DOOM’s Mm Food, Operation DOOMsday).
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