The 4th release from the trio of Mats Gustafsson (sax, shaker, sound); Dieb13 (turntables, klopfer); and Martin Siewert (guitar, ring stinger, electronics) in a fictional soundtrack of 6 remarkable tracks punctuated with unexpected twists and turns.
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Label: Trost Records
Catalog ID: TROST 129LP
Squidco Product Code: 18882
Packaging: Vinyl LP in a cardstock gatefold sleeve
Recorded at G7 in Vienna, Austria, in January, 2013.
Mats Gustafsson-saxophones, shaker, saxophone-generated ambient noise
Martin Siewert-guitar, ring stinger, electronics
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"Dieb13 is the performing name of Dieter Kovačič, a Viennese-based avant-garde musician. He has also performed under the names Takeshi Fumimoto, Echelon, Dieter Bohlen, and dieb14. After appearing on several compilations documenting the burgeoning Viennese avant-garde scene of the late 1990s, he released his first solo album in 2000. He has gone on to perform in a number of collaborations with other notable performers, including Burkhard Stangl, erikm, Mats Gustafsson and the John Butcher Group."-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dieb13)
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1. Socks Full Of Sawdust 10:05
2. Polyphony Of A Metropolis 7:19
3. Crazy Mixed Up Pup 8:07
1. Dance Your Cares Away 5:07
2. The Great Fire Of London 8:22
3. Do Electric Moths Dream Of Light Bulbs? 10:02
sample the album:
"This session, from January, 2013 is less noisy than their previous efforts, or maybe it just contains less noise. The three storytellers describe, not the elements of nature but the nature of electronics. Their instruments are driven back to the stone age where analog replaces digital. Saxophones are for breathy ambiance, guitars for hum and feedback, and turntables forgo beats for the rumble. Where Gustafsson blows his horn, it is more a circular breath of a gurgling brook and Siewert's guitar describes nerve impulses of the brain. Dieb13's samples chronicle the world, not the caveman's mother earth, but the modern electric cosmos."-allaboutjazz.comAlso available on CD.
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