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Jerman, Jeph / Steve Jansen: First Second [CASSETTE]

Label: That's Cool Records
Product Code: 26553
Catalog Code: TCR 039
Country: USA
 
Price: $5.95



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Two studio recordings of objects, tapes, devices and guitar from the duo of Steve Jansen and Jeph Jerman, starting with seemingly random elements of sound that transform into rich soundscapes with subtle activity and extraneous, unidentifiable sound, keeping the listener's curiosity and interest, as the two pieces slowly build in sonic richness and force.


Jerman, Jeph / Steve Jansen: Second First [CASSETTE + DOWNLOAD]

Label: That's Cool Records
Product Code: 26552
Catalog Code: TCR 034
Country: USA
 
Price: $5.95



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Two live performances of objects, tapes, devices and guitar from the duo of Steve Jansen and Jeph Jerman: "Second" captured at a "homecore" performance during the 2016 Idea Festival in Houston, TX, and "First" recorded at the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin, TX during the same festival; consuming and stunning journeys in sound.


Jerman, Jeph / Tim Barnes: Matterings

Label: erstwhile
Product Code: 20445
Catalog Code: Erstwhile 074
Country: USA
 
Price: $14.95



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The pairing of eccentric sound artist Jeph Jerman with Quakebasket label leader/percussionist Tim Barnes, using unidentifiable sound sources, field recordings, and the occasional acoustic instrument to create unique, curious and absorbing environments.


Jerman, Jeph: Grey (w/ detail)

Label: AARC
Product Code: 14242
Catalog Code: jermanGrey
Country: USA
 
Price: $9.95



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Electroacoustic works constructed from field recordings of New York City and Oaxaca, Mexico, which Jerman then processed in subtle ways.