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Akiyama, Tetuzi / Gunther Mueller: Points and Slashes (erstwhile)


 

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Tetuzi Akiyama-tape-delayed electric guitar

Gunther Mueller-ipod, electronics


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Label: erstwhile
Catalog ID: erstwhile 044
Squidco Product Code: 4913

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2005
Country: USA

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"Müller and Akiyama first played together in the What Is Music? Festival in Melbourne, Australia in 2002. They later performed in Auckland, Tokyo and NYC, before recording Points and Slashes in April 2004 in Tokyo. Points and Slashes comprises six distinct pieces, warm and comfortable, yet still challenging the listener at every turn. Friederike Paetzold's strikingly minimal design is inspired by the work of the Italian 'Spatialist' artist Lucio Fontana."-Erstwhile

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Tetuzi Akiyama-tape-delayed electric guitar

Gunther Mueller-ipod, electronics

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Electro-Acoustic
Sound, Noise, &c.
Improvised Music
Electro-Acoustic Improv
Free Improvisation
Duo Recordings
Before April-2006

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