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Filip, Klaus / Moe Kamura: Passagein

Label: Winds Measure
Product Code: 29423
Catalog Code: wm51
Country: USA
Price: $9.95

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ppooll sound artist Klaus Filip and Japanese experimental vocalist Moe Kamura (10Tet, Taku Sugimoto) in a two-part improvisation of electronic tones, textures, silence, and minimalist vocalization and utterance, Filip using a dynamic frequency palette inspiring Kamura's wordless expression; lowercase or Onkyo, a meditative and moody work.

Ease: Klaus Filip / Noid: No No No, No

Label: Mikroton Recordings
Product Code: 23213
Catalog Code: cd 52
Country: Russia
Price: $13.95

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An anniversary release for the 10 year collaboration of Ease, the duo of Klaus Filip and Noid, using Filip's ppooll software (formerly lloopp) to tailor both pure electronic sound and modified field recordings into subtle and mysterious sound environments.

Filip, Klaus / Leonel Kaplan: Tocando Fondo

Label: Another Timbre
Product Code: 21491
Catalog Code: at90
Country: UK
Price: $14.95

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Two slowly unfolding improvisations from trumpeter Leonel Kaplan using extended and unconventional techniques, and electronic artist Klaus Filip performing on sine waves, in a two part extended piece recorded in Buenos Aires after the two met in live performance.

Various Artists: 13 Statements Concerning WERK [Used Item]

Label: Charhizma
Product Code: 16045
Catalog Code: 005
Country: Austria
Price: $7.00

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Taus (Klaus Filip & Tim Blechmann): Pinna

Label: Another Timbre
Product Code: 15697
Catalog Code: at49
Country: UK
Price: $15.95

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An improvisation for two laptop computers performed by Tim Blechmann and Klaus Filip, recorded live in Vienna at "neue musik in st ruprecht", 2010, contrasting minimal tones with massive bass rumble and frothing frequencies.