Posts Tagged ‘bandcamp’

by Aidan Baker

Live-in-studio/rehearsal renditions of ‚Ice,‘ from „Already Drowning“ (Gizeh Records), and ‚Our Needs Bear No Relation To Our Desires‘ from „Scalpel“ (The Kora Records), recorded in preparation for AB’s 2013 tour in support of „Already Drowning.“


released August 9, 2017



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by The Midnight Ensemble


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Songs of Sex and Death

by The Midnight Ensemble


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by David Lang

Painfully slow and achingly beautiful, The Passing Measures, for bass clarinet, amplified orchestra and women’s voices, is an ambient and emotionally charged meditation on the passing of time.

„Sits and shimmers gently, like a jeweled pendant turning very slowly in the light.“ -Joshua Kosman, San Francisco Chronicle


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by Jacaszek, Romke Kleefstra, Jan Kleefstra

IT DEEL is a new project by the Kleefstra Bros in collaboration with Popfabryk. The underlying motive is the disastrous damage to the nature. Together with guest musicians they work on new material in the Thomaskerk in Katlijk (Friesland, NL) which stands in relation to this theme of environmental decline.


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‚The Alvaret Ensemble is a new improvisatory collective based around Greg Haines (piano), Jan Kleefstra (voice, poems), Romke Kleefstra (guitar and effects) and Sytze Pruiksma (percussion). This self-titled 2xCD/2xLP is our first release, and was recorded over three nights at the Grunewaldkirche in Berlin by Nils Frahm in August of 2011.

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Too Close To Being Far Away From Everything


In July of 2013, the musician David Sylvian staged two simultaneously held photographic exhibitions in Japan, one (“Abandon”) at the Spiral Garden in Tokyo, and the second (“Hope”), in an abandoned building located in the port town of Uno as part of the Setouchi International Art festival 2013. The exhibitions dealt with the theme of hope and its uncertainties, outcomes, and the beauty of the present.

Sylvian asked Taylor Deupree to create music to accompany the exhibition; specifically, longer-form pieces that would be presented on a portable playback device for visitors of Uno to listen to while they walked around the festival.

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by Aidan Baker

An album of ambient experimental music inspired by The Evelyn Tables, the oldest known European anatomical preparations, currently on display in The Royal College of Surgeons in London. Mastered by Lawrence English


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Dirk Serries has never shied away from leaps of faith or experimentation. His catalogue of releases serves as a collection for his diversity in styles, collaborations and solo recordings. From the pure bliss to the free improvisation.
Dirk Serries: electric guitars, analog and digital effects; released January 12, 2022

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“Enomeni” (which is Greek and means “connected”) is a document of a special live performance. Aidan Baker, N and Dirk Serries came together for the first time to play an improvised live session. The result is an one hour session, divided into four tracks.


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