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Markus Oehlen - Wanne 4
Markus Oehlen
Wanne 4
10" | 2015 | US | Original (Infinite Greyscale)
23,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A new 10" record by renowned German artist and musician Markus Oehlen. Wanne 4 is composed of a variety of percussive sounds with a focus on digital guitars. An homage to the sound of The Feelies early recordings, the track slowly works its way through a basic guitar riff of three chords accompanied by steel-drums and a steady bass drum beat giving it an air of a summer breeze until the guitar sounds gain more distortion. A beautiful piece of woozy instrumental techno, a surf-dub summer tune for people who prefer Palma to Ibiza and Jessy Lanza to Katy Perry.
Mouse On Mars - Lichter
Mouse On Mars
10" | 2016 | EU | Original (Infinite Greyscale)
16,79 €* 23,99 € -30%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Lichter is the first piece in a new series of electroacoustic dub compositions by Mouse on Mars. It is a massive, lurching, up-tempo percussive epic – a long-haul runaway train that keeps switching tracks without ever losing sight of its destination.
Beacon Sound Choir, The - Sunday Morning Drones
Beacon Sound Choir, The
Sunday Morning Drones
10" | 2016 | UK | Original (Infinite Greyscale)
23,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A project instigated by multi-instrumentalist Peter Broderick. Recorded at Beacon Sound, a record shop and label in Portland, Oregon, Sunday Morning Drones is a work of improvised vocal drone in two parts. Comprising over 30 singers, Sunday Morning Drones explores the oscillating harmonics of the choir as individual voices coalesce into that of a group.
Holly Herndon - Body Sound
Holly Herndon
Body Sound
10" | 2014 | UK | Original (Infinite Greyscale)
20,99 €*
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Body Sound was composed by Holly Herndon, in collaboration with choreographer and dancer Cuauhtemoc Peranda, and performed at Stanford University CCRMA (Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics). Peranda’s body acts like a voice, guiding the listener through this complex yet visceral piece. Herndon restructured the sounds of the dancer’s body to make an arrangement that is simultaneously rhythmic, fragmented, and incredibly physical. In real time, she spatialized the sound-body using ambisonics in a field of 8 speakers, while Peranda performed the original choreography, creating an uncanny duet of physical and virtual bodies. Body Sound is all about the dancer making contact with the ground; a dragged heels squeaks, his rolling torso sends tumbling shockwaves through the speakers, and each stomp of a foot is a blast of sub-bass. Herndon builds on this source material, taking time to bend the sounds into an abstract sculptural form, only to pause again and reveal the dancer’s sonorous breath.
Jan St. Werner of Mouse On Mars - Split Animal Sculpture
Jan St. Werner of Mouse On Mars
Split Animal Sculpture
10" | 2014 | UK | Original (Infinite Greyscale)
9,99 €* 19,99 € -50%
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Jan St. Werner (Mouse on Mars, Lithops, Microstoria, Von Südenfed) has been at the forefront of forward thinking electronic music for over twenty years. As an artist concerned primarily with sound as a sculptural material, St. Werner has also exhibited his work in museums and his numerous collaborators include Rosa Barba, Markus Popp, Mark E. Smith. As the title Split Animal Sculpture suggests, this piece manages to sound simultaneously biotic and fabricated. An impressionistic rendering of church bells and organ drone is suggestive of a large man-made structure, while in-between can be heard the flutters and whistles of something animated navigating it’s way through the reverberating buzz. This circling and spatial piece illustrates St. Werner’s intelligent approach to creating sound that has both weight and aerodynamic energy. Recalling the electro-acoustic atmospheres and alien tones of the late Bernard Parmegiani, St. Werner has once again produced a timeless piece of sonic terrain.
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