Daniel Vujanic's Baja creates 'free electronics' fusing folk, free jazz, twisted pop, electroacoustic sound, eerie chamber music & unusual textures.
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Label: Other Electricities
Catalog ID: OE011
Squidco Product Code: 9372
Packaging: Jewel Tray
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Daniel Vujanic is a sound artist from Stuttgart, Germany, known for the gruops Baja, E Jugend, Graves And Orchestra Pits, Höhlenmusik Ensemble, Ixtar, Mileva, Stale, Terafin & Caliper, The Camping Group, and Zebularin.-Discogs (https://www.discogs.com/artist/1133085-Daniel-Vujanic)
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1. Meth Arrow
2. The Veau
5. Go Wolpertinger! Go!
6. Djilas Plus
7. Bous Makel
8. Return To Anthol (Ghosts In Denial)
9. Paperblades And Ponytails
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"Daniel Vujanic's third full-length release under the alias Baja, entitled Wolfhour, intensively displays the composer/musician's exciting approach towards a "free electronica" genre. Baja incorporates organic and digital textures, intuitive forms of songwriting, dynamic and almost classic-like complexity and - Vujanic's trademark - the manic and seemingly endless processing, editing and re-editing of the source material until it eventually becomes a wall of sound; a beautifully radiating, fractured, multifaceted digital isotope. Disregarding traditional song structures, Baja's arrangements are duplicitous to the listener, evading predictability of their beginning or end points.
Fusing stripped-down folk, (free-)jazz, twisted pop, electroacoustic sound, maximized- minimalism, indietronics, eerie chamber music and a portion of sedative textures, Wolfhour plays with postmodern expectations as much as possible while avoiding pretentious, highbrow implications. There's at least as much ear-friendly repetition as there is stunning fragmentation. Vujanic's compositions range from psychedelic piano ambience to sunny uptempo-pop, from electronic jazz fusion to cryptic sample ruins. Leitmotifs appear, evolve and fall apart into transcribed bits of data nebula. Sounds teleport."-Other Electricities
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