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  • Wankelmut – Wankelmoods Vol. 3 (Get Physical Music / Poesie Musik)

    Sektion: Highlights

    WankelmutWankelmut meldet sich mit der dritten Ausgabe seiner “Wankelmoods”-Mixserie zurück und führt uns mit 24 Ausnahme-Tracks durch unterschiedlichste Stimmungen und Grooves! Die Berliner DJ-Koryphäe lässt es deep und emotional angehen, bevor sein infiziöser, nicht alltäglicher Tech-House-Style uns Kompletter Artikel →

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  • WhoMadeWho – Body Language Vol.17 (Get Physical Music)

    Sektion: Highlights

    WhoMadeWhoWhoMadeWho, sind das nicht diese drei Dänen, die vor zehn Jahren den FunkPunk auf europäische Kuhglocken umformatiert haben? Das ist korrekt, das ist aber auch eine ausgesprochen schmalspurige Frage. Denn der im Orientierungsloch des Postmillennium entstandene Stilclash, das sich selbst und jeden Floor antreibende Aufeinanderhetzen von Genres wie Kompletter Artikel →

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  • System Of Survival – D-Votion

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1608406 Vinyl-EP des Italo-Duos System Of Survival zu seinem kommenden CD-Album auf Get Physical Music. Mit den drei Albumtracks “D-Votion”, einer Kollabo mit Salvatore Stallone, “No Time To Waste” und “Searching For A Wave” featuring SuRFBiT, sowie der Vinyl-exklusiven Acid-House-Nummer “Phantom Power”. Erhältlich ab 10.02.2017

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  • Alexander Tucker – Don’t Look Away (LP+MP3)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1619792 Don’t Look Away is Alexander Tucker’s third album with Thrill Jockey,
    completing what Tucker views as the fnal piece to a trilogy that began
    with Dorwytch (2011) and Third Mouth (2012). His music brings a distinct
    otherworldliness, bringing the listener beyond the confnes of the physical
    world, and, much like the album cover alludes to, collages together
    sound that both brings you outside the atmosphere whilst simultaniously
    connecting you more closely to the seeds of existence. It is in this direction
    that Tucker continues to carve a position as one of Britian’s most forwardthinking songwriters.
    Recorded over an extended period in London and mixed inDaniel O’Sullivan’s
    Dream Lion Studio, Don’t Look Away emerged during a particularly prolifc
    creative period for Tucker. The album fnally came together while Tucker
    was in Zürich composing for the Schauspielhaus Zürich, and while he was
    establishing UNDIMENSIONED, his own publishing imprint as an active
    member of London’s wildly creative independent comic scene. As a result,
    Tucker’s wider work feels more present here than on previous recordings
    and this shows itself often in the lyrics, which range from relationships,
    including the uncomfortable ones we often have with ourselves, to sci-f
    imagery and cosmic horror.
    The musical landscape of Don’t Look Away is illustrated on the cover’s hand
    cut collage, created by Alexander Tucker. Viewing each aspect of his artistic
    output, be it visual art, comics or music, less as separate disciplines but
    more of as part of one connected whole – Tucker studied at the Slade School
    of Fine Art and has always drawn comparison between the layering of paint
    and the layering of sound – he explains: “The worlds I evoke through sound
    sit alongside the imagery within my comics, drawing and paintings.There
    is a melancholia and sadness about the transitory aspects of our earthly
    lives, alongside a fascinationwith the beauty and inexplicable nature of
    existence.

    TRACK LISTING:
    1. Objects
    2. Sisters And Me
    3. Visiting Again
    4. Boys Names
    5. The Saddest Summer 2
    6. Ghost On The Ledge
    7. Gloops Void (Give It Up)
    8. Behind The Shoulder
    9. A To Z
    10. Citadel
    11. Yesterday’s Honey
    12. ISHUONAWAYISHANAWA

    SALES POINTS
    Alexander Tucker is a member of Grumbling Fur, his duo
    with Daniel O’Sullivan.
    “Simultaneously beautiful and uncanny” – MOJO
    “Alexander Tucker may not make folk music, but he can
    weave a magic spell.” – The Quietus
    “Alexander Tucker is making some of the fnest music in
    Britain today”. – A Closer Listen
    “Alexander Tucker constructs surreal landscapes out of the
    most natural materials” – Dusted
    LP version pressed on high quality virgin vinyl and comes
    with a free download card. Limited quantities of vinyl are
    pressed on “Coke Bottle Clear” colored vinyl.
    CD version in a 4 panel mini-LP style gatefold package.
    Album cover designed by Alexander Tucker, displaying his
    hand-cut collage.
    Don’t Look Away was recorded in London and mixed in
    Daniel O’Sullivan’s Dream Lion Studio.
    Don’t Look Away will receive press servicing from Indie PR
    Alexander Tucker has established his own comic imprint ,
    UNDIMENSIONED Erhältlich ab 24.08.2018

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  • Alexander Tucker – Don’t Look Away (Ltd. Colored LP+MP3)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1619793 Don’t Look Away is Alexander Tucker’s third album with Thrill Jockey,
    completing what Tucker views as the fnal piece to a trilogy that began
    with Dorwytch (2011) and Third Mouth (2012). His music brings a distinct
    otherworldliness, bringing the listener beyond the confnes of the physical
    world, and, much like the album cover alludes to, collages together
    sound that both brings you outside the atmosphere whilst simultaniously
    connecting you more closely to the seeds of existence. It is in this direction
    that Tucker continues to carve a position as one of Britian’s most forwardthinking songwriters.
    Recorded over an extended period in London and mixed inDaniel O’Sullivan’s
    Dream Lion Studio, Don’t Look Away emerged during a particularly prolifc
    creative period for Tucker. The album fnally came together while Tucker
    was in Zürich composing for the Schauspielhaus Zürich, and while he was
    establishing UNDIMENSIONED, his own publishing imprint as an active
    member of London’s wildly creative independent comic scene. As a result,
    Tucker’s wider work feels more present here than on previous recordings
    and this shows itself often in the lyrics, which range from relationships,
    including the uncomfortable ones we often have with ourselves, to sci-f
    imagery and cosmic horror.
    The musical landscape of Don’t Look Away is illustrated on the cover’s hand
    cut collage, created by Alexander Tucker. Viewing each aspect of his artistic
    output, be it visual art, comics or music, less as separate disciplines but
    more of as part of one connected whole – Tucker studied at the Slade School
    of Fine Art and has always drawn comparison between the layering of paint
    and the layering of sound – he explains: “The worlds I evoke through sound
    sit alongside the imagery within my comics, drawing and paintings.There
    is a melancholia and sadness about the transitory aspects of our earthly
    lives, alongside a fascinationwith the beauty and inexplicable nature of
    existence.

    TRACK LISTING:
    1. Objects
    2. Sisters And Me
    3. Visiting Again
    4. Boys Names
    5. The Saddest Summer 2
    6. Ghost On The Ledge
    7. Gloops Void (Give It Up)
    8. Behind The Shoulder
    9. A To Z
    10. Citadel
    11. Yesterday’s Honey
    12. ISHUONAWAYISHANAWA

    SALES POINTS
    Alexander Tucker is a member of Grumbling Fur, his duo
    with Daniel O’Sullivan.
    “Simultaneously beautiful and uncanny” – MOJO
    “Alexander Tucker may not make folk music, but he can
    weave a magic spell.” – The Quietus
    “Alexander Tucker is making some of the fnest music in
    Britain today”. – A Closer Listen
    “Alexander Tucker constructs surreal landscapes out of the
    most natural materials” – Dusted
    LP version pressed on high quality virgin vinyl and comes
    with a free download card. Limited quantities of vinyl are
    pressed on “Coke Bottle Clear” colored vinyl.
    CD version in a 4 panel mini-LP style gatefold package.
    Album cover designed by Alexander Tucker, displaying his
    hand-cut collage.
    Don’t Look Away was recorded in London and mixed in
    Daniel O’Sullivan’s Dream Lion Studio.
    Don’t Look Away will receive press servicing from Indie PR
    Alexander Tucker has established his own comic imprint ,
    UNDIMENSIONED Erhältlich ab 24.08.2018

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  • Emptyset – Borders (LP+MP3)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1607503 Emptyset is the innovative electronic duo of James Ginzburg and Paul Purgas.
    The duo composes within a complex set of self-imposed parameters or rule
    sets and the results of their expeditions on Borders are at once minimal and
    visceral. Focusing on shifting timbral changes over melody, Emptyset’s work is
    an exploration of the relationship between rhythm, texture and space.
    The pair shares a history in Bristol’s underground music scene as well as an
    impressive list of production credits. Ginzburg, now Berlin based, runs a
    network of record labels including electronic music label Subtext and Arc
    Light Editions, whose reissues include a work by Arthur Russell. He’s a prolific
    producer and remixer for both independent and major labels, with diverse
    projects such as Faint Wild Light, Ginz and more recently Bleed Turquoise.
    Purgas, now based in London, founded the We Elude Control label in 2009,
    a curated collection of rare experimental music. Purgas is an artist, writer and
    curator who has presented projects with Tate, Whitechapel and Serpentine
    Galleries, and he is also an active promoter of electronic music in eclectic
    spaces from a carpark to a Modernist pavilion.
    Each project’s framework and parameters dictate how the sound or performance
    evolves. In the past, Emptyset have explored the ways in which the sonic
    and spatial interact within different architectural contexts: often site-specific
    locations such as the decommissioned Trawsfynydd nuclear power station in
    North Wales, or the neo-gothic Woodchester Mansion. Borders takes a different
    approach, centering around the performative and the performer. Having each
    created their own tactile instruments, a six-stringed zither-like instrument and
    a drum, Emptyset focuses on how organic sounds interact with the analogue
    processes that have defined their work to date.
    Contrasting typical approaches to making electronic music, Emptyset set out
    to emphasize live performance rather than creating sequences within devices.
    While Purgas and Ginzburg utilize vintage analogue electronics, compressing
    and distorting the signals, the album itself is performed entirely live, where
    subtle movements make for substantial changes in sound.
    From the very first track, “Body,” one can hear how the physicality of the
    instruments have imbued the sound’s texture. The physical characteristics of
    the metal strings create a layer of dynamic juxtaposition to the grinding timbres
    emerging around them. The broody “Ascent,” features the album’s clearest
    call-and-response between the stringed instrument and the drum, barking and
    thudding back and forth at one another. Evident in tracks such as “Border”
    and “Speak,” Emptyset uses basic rhythmic structures drawn from an array of
    broad cultural practices, expressed neutrally and without overemphasis on the
    source. Taken as a whole Borders distills the duo’s inspirations to their essence
    and the resulting music is as raw as it is captivating.

    TRACK LISTING:
    1. Body
    2. Border
    3. Descent
    4. Across
    5. Speak
    6. Axis
    7. Sight
    8. Retrieve
    9. Ascent
    10. Ground
    11. Dissolve

    SALES POINTS
    “[Emptyset’s music is] something genuinely alien, and that
    alone is reason enough to listen.” – Resident Advisor
    “Intriguing – even bracing.” – The Guardian
    “Emptyset are one of the most innovative acts currently
    working in the techno domain.” – FACT
    Borders is Emptyset’s Thrill Jockey debut following limited
    and sold out releases for Raster-Norton, Subtext, Future
    Days, and Caravan Recordings
    Empytset have performed at many high profile festivals
    including Unsound, Mutek, CTM, Sonic Acts, Berghain,
    Luminato, Adelaide, and Bozar. There is already interest
    from MUTEK, Moogfest, Walker Art Center, and Getty Center
    for 2017 performances
    Ginzburg is a prolific producer and remixer with his projects
    Faint Wild Light, Ginz (collaborations with dubstep/grime
    musician Joker), and Bleed Turquoise
    LP pressed on virgin vinyl with artworked inner sleeve and
    free download coupon. A limited supply will be pressed on
    clear vinyl. CD version in 4 panel mini-LP style gatefold
    package.
    Empytset have a history of work for film trailers and are
    being pitched for new music synchs around this release
    Turkish conceptual artist Cevdet Erek is working on a remix
    and will be representing Turkey at the 2017 Venice Biennale
    with his series of studies A Room of Rhythms
    Emptyset have been commissioned for Architecture
    Foundation’s installation at Ambika P3 space near Baker
    Street in London, Tate Britain’s Performing Architecture
    programme, a collaboration with conceptual artist Cevdet
    Erek for Spike Island, an installation at the Victoria and Albert
    Museum in London, and a study of composition through
    ionospheric propagation developed with Deutschland Radio Erhältlich ab 27.01.2017

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