eRikm on 3k Pad Loop System, Electronics and Norbert Moslang playing Cracked Everyday Electronics in a collection of recordings from European concerts performed between 2002 and 2005; produced by Guiseppe Ielasi..
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Label: Mikroton Recordings
Catalog ID: mikroton cd 11
Squidco Product Code: 15549
Recorded at T.U.B.E, Munich, Germany in 2005. Recorded at L'Usine, Geneve, Switzerland in 2003. Recorded at Experimenta 02, Madrid, Spain in 2002.. Recorded at Dolmen, Sion, Switzerland in 2002.
eRikm-3k-pad loop system, electronics
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1. Stinger 7:02
2. Aerolithe 8:07
3. Micelle 14:51
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eRikm on 3k Pad Loop System, Electronics and Norbert Moslang playing Cracked Everyday Electronics in a collection of recordings from European concerts performed between 2002 and 2005; produced by Guiseppe Ielasi. An album of tense tones and inspired soundwork from two of Europe's leading electroacoustic improvisers.
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"Norbert Möslang (born October 6, 1952 in St. Gallen ) is a Swiss improvisational musician (soprano saxophone, double bass clarinet, live electronics) and violin maker.
Möslang had piano lessons. He then learned autodidactically soprano saxophone and double bass clarinet. From 1972 worked for 30 years with Andy Guhl in a duo; Since 1984 they went on the road as a voice crack. With Erik M and Günter Müller, the duo expanded into the ensemble poire_z.
Möslang increasingly used "cracked" everyday electronics in his improvisations; He intervenes in the circuitry of everyday objects, re-connects them, "cracks their code" as he calls it, and converts them into musical instruments. He also played with Barbetomagus, Jim O'Rourke, Otomo Yoshihide, Keith Rowe, Carlos Zingaro, Irene Schweizer, Kurt Liedwart and Jason Kahn. He also composes film music. For his work on Peter Liechti's documentary The Humours of Insects, he won the Swiss film prize in 2010.
Möslang also works as a photographer."-Wikipedia translated by Google (and assisted by Squidco) (https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norbert_Mslang)
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