Kategorie: English language stuff
Nazoranai – Nazoranai
Nazoranai is a project between legendary Japanese master of experimental music Keiji Haino (guitar, vocals & synth), drone doom legend Stephen O’Malley (bass) and Australian experimental/avantgarde musician Oren Ambarchi (percussion). All three somehow met. Somewhere. And decided to play this record. The Text on the rear of the record reads as: 中心の決意が 自分の中で 何度も何度も何度も 砕け散る事に 限りない歓びを 覚えよfeel the ultimate joy […]
SymAsym, der wievielte?
Ich hab ja viel zu viel Zeugs rumliegen. So zum Beispiel einen Haufen SymAsym Leiterplatten, teilbestückt, weil ich mal mit meinen Kindern einen ganzen Stapel von den Verstärkern gebaut habe, die seitdem in allen Teilen der Welt zuverlässig ihren Dienst tun. Ein Pärchen davon liegt bei mir seit Unzeiten in einem Pappkarton. Und jetzt auf […]
CAN and Me – a documentary film with Irmin Schmidt.
Soon a new movie about Irmin Schmidt and CAN the band that many others as well value as the most important band from Germany is going to come to the cinemas. HerrWaltz was kind enough to send me a link to the official trailer of “CAN and Me” featuring Irmin Schmidt. Was bedeutet Klang? Was […]
Kali Malone (featuring Stephen O’Malley & Lucy Railton) – Does Spring Hide Its Joy (Ideologic Organ, Jan 20, 2023)
On her latest release Kali Malone is setting focus on playing tuned sine wave oscillators and is getting support from Stephen O’Malley on guitar and Lucy Railton on Cello. The composition took place during Covid lockdown in Berlin, Germany, -and the we can observe and experience several versions of the only track “Does Spring Hide […]
Kali Malone – Velocity of Sleep (XKatedral, 2017)
While still waiting for her new release it is time to remember Kali Malone‘s 2017 record “Velocity of Sleep”, which was released on vinyl in a limited number of only 100 copies, but it seems that XKatedral did a reissue lately. The first and only track on Side A is “Velocity of Sleep” – a […]
Richard H. Kirk – Sandoz – #9294
First of all … the output of music that late Richard H. Kirk (who most of you may know as co-founder of Industrial music legend Cabaret Voltaire from Sheffield) produced as Sandoz is much larger than I thought … I was misguided by some article or advertisement I read years ago shortly before buying his […]
Reflections on Kali Malone’s “Living Torch” – 2022
Vibrant, floating, yet relying on an endless drone somewhere below 100 Hz played by Kali Malone that’s what I can tell while listening to “Living Torch I” for the first time … then other sounds – played by Mats Äleklint on this Trombone and Isak Hedtjärn‘s Bass Clarinet – that slowly build up like waves […]