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Zeitkratzer & Terre Thaemlitz - Deproduction (Live) (2019) [Comatonse Recordings + zeitkratzer Records; Flac/Mp3]

25.09.2019


Terre Thaemlitz developed the present pieces for and with zeitkratzer. The starting points were Thaemlitz’ releases „means from an end“ and „couture cosmetique“, which present him as an electro acoustic composer with an amazing sensibility for sound and harsh cutting techniques. This is especially evident in „sloppy 42nds“, and moreover, Thamlitz’ filtering techniques are transformed into a complex, nearly surrealistic instrumental sound in „Superbonus“. Thaemlitz’ provenance as a New York underground DJ is recalled, as well as his political engagement in „Down Home Kami-Sakunobe“ and „Hobo Train“. On this CD you will find the most Pop oriented music - including references to dance and house - zeitkratzer has ever released! But don’t forget to listen to the main track, hidden as “superbonus"...

Genre: Electronic, Avant-Garde Classical
Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks,log,cue)
Size: 205 / 331 Mb
Label: Comatonse Recordings + zeitkratzer Records
Catalogue Number: C.028.CD + ZKR0024
Total Time: 01:29:37

Tracklist
Disc 1 (44:49)
1. Names Have Been Changed (Sound/Reading For Incest Porn) (Live Version) (44:49)

Disc 2 (44:48)
1. Admit It's Killing You (And Leave) (Sound/Reading For Gay Porn) (Live Version) (44:48)

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Tags: Zeitkratzer Terre Thaemlitz 2019 Avant-Garde Classical Classical Electronic
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