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Opgang 2 - De Chirico
Opgang 2
De Chirico
12" | 1997 | EU | Reissue (Geej)
11,39 €* 11,99 € -5%
Release:1997 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Unearthed 1997 techno grail from Hamilton, Ontario.
Secret Werewolf - Yage
Secret Werewolf
12" | 1996 | EU | Reissue (Geej)
11,99 €*
Release:1996 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Re-issue of forgotten minimal techno abstraction from Hamilton, Ontario. The unsung genius of Secret Werewolf is fully on display on this 1996 gem.
Colin Fisher - V Le Pape
Colin Fisher
V Le Pape
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Geej)
12,34 €* 18,99 € -35%
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A wholly unique blend of virtuoso shredding, spiritual flow and cascading fx textures recorded entirely on-the-fly with no overdubs by unsung Canadian guitar hero Colin Fisher. Hitting somewhere between Fennesz, Daniel Lanois, and electric Miles but still mapping an entirely new territory of contemporary guitar music
Greenspan & Taraval - Greenspan and Taraval
Greenspan & Taraval
Greenspan and Taraval
12" | 2017 | Original (Geej)
12,99 €*
Release:2017 / Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A strange confluence of sound that sounds part Krautrock synth label Brain records, part Hyperdub. Techno haze and synth wormholes with spectacular sound design that has banged at Berghain and soundtracked winter night drives.Greenspan is known mainly for his work with Junior Boys and Jessy Lanza and Taraval is a longtime touring member of Caribou, but both have released several 12” and EPs of electronic exploration over the past few years. Inspired by synthesizer minimalists like JD Emmanuel, Cluster and John Carpenter, the two attempted to create a type of dance music with hardware that was indebted to their influences but did not feel intrinsically retrogressive. The idea was to make a type of raw synthesizer and drum machine music that could be listened to beside the hypermodern techno of Pearson Sound or Actress. The cover art is a tribute to a mysterious mural that looms over the Hamilton Ontario area where the album was recorded.Each of the five tracks on the EP were edited down from much longer recording jams which were done with hardware sequencers in real time. The recording was done completely off the floor with no overdubs or added material after the fact. As this release might appeal to synthesizer hobbyists and enthusiasts it seemed appropriate to compile a list of the instruments used in the original recordings. they are as follows: Arp Odyssey Pioneer Toraiz SP 16 Eurorack Modular System Roland JX8P DSI Tempest Simmons SDS8 Roland SH101 Roland Jupiter 6 Yamaha CS50 Oberheim OBXA
A Pulse Train - Tactus Tempus
A Pulse Train
Tactus Tempus
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Geej)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Geej Recordings is Jeremy Greenspan of Junior Boys and Ryan Smith of Caribou/Taraval/Jiaolong. Previously operating solely as the Canadian home for Jessy Lanza and Junior Boys it is now prepping a number of original releases to startle and delight. First up is Tactus Tempus - a recording of two live performances of a graphic based score from 1973 by a temporary 'synth supergroup' featuring members of Caribou, Floating Points, Hot Chip, Junior Boys and Simian Mobile Disco. Following shortly in no particular order is a conceptual LP of contemporary Canadian sound art, an EP of hardware based techno tools that hybridize the Canadian Tundra and Detroit in equal measure and an album of modern healing gong music recorded in one of the world's most advanced audio research laboratories. Tactus Tempus is a, lost, graphics based, experimental score by prolific composer Frank McCarty. The piece was originally conceived and performed in 1973 by McCarty's group BIOME on 5 EMS Synthi synthesizers. By following a set of simple, yet subjective instructions the piece begins as a sparse moire pattern of bursts and tones before evolving in density and intensity as the players symbiotically interact guided only by the illustrated curve found on the score.
Reverend Marco D 'Andrea, The - The Garden
Reverend Marco D 'Andrea, The
The Garden
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Geej)
10,99 €* 19,99 € -45%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Geej is pleased to present the debut album by installation artist and mystic minister The Reverend Marco D’Andrea. The Garden is an album which began as an installation project fusing the objects of the vague Canadiana of his childhood: tents, vintage speakers and the hippie totems that line the basements of 70s suburbia. D’Andrea’s sound art has in the past made use of various antiquated sound technologies, both dissecting and distilling old psych and classic rock records to an ambient core of shamanistic drone. In part, The Garden is a meditation on the Canadian tradition of camping, in particular Marco’s own memories of camping in the 80s in Ontario provincial parks. “My dad had a 70s canvas tent, which has a specific feel and smell. I decided to find a vintage canvas tent for my installation and since this piece was about childhood and my father, I decided to use my dad's favourite albums as the basis of the sound. There were a few heavy psychedelic songs that made a strong impression on me as a kid.”The Garden album is conceived as a mirror to the psychedelic sounds of the late 60s and early 70s, in particular the eponymous debut album of certiain heavy metal originators that will be obvious to keen eyed fans. Each piece of music is an attempt to get to the raw essence of psychedelic rock, beyond musicality and the phallic narratives of indulgent hedonism, and rather to a place of reflective worship. As such the music draws into view the essential baroque grandeur of classic rock stripped down into its essential tonalities. The title, a reference to the Hieronymus Bosch painting on the cover, is also an allusion to the biblical garden and a comment on the contemporary experience of nature as a garden that we keep for ourselves and do what we want with. This idea extends to the revolutionary aspirations of psychedelic culture, which for all its spiritual expanse and openness, was easily commodified and used to sell everything from cars to toothpaste. The lasting legacy of 60s counterculture is a lost path: as Bosch reminds us, the garden can be a dangerous place to leave.Marco D’Andrea is an artist and an ordained Reverend based in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. His artwork incorporates sound art, audio recordings, sculpture and installation where objects, sounds and environments form a relationship and create meaning in the moment of listening and experiencing. D’Andrea was born in the small town of Sharon, Ontario and as a first generation Canadian, grew up with a unique mix of Italian Catholicism and hard-rocking, working-class Canadiana. D’Andrea was ordained as a Metaphysical Minister in 2017.
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