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septembre 22, 2010

Kammerflimmer Kollektief – Wildling

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http://www.myspace.com/kammerflimmerkollektief

Origine du Groupe : Germany

Style : Alternative , Experimental , Psychedelic

Sortie : 2010


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From Official Myspace :

« Hippie vermin » hisses the bank employee who still thinks of himself as a punk. He’s sitting next to me as we’re watching the Kammerflimmer Kollektief playing. He says it because he doesn’t
understand. In fact, he doesn’t understand anything. He sees them play, but he does not listen.

I wonder: Does the word « play » suffice? Maybe the members of the Kammerflimmer Kollektief even perform. I am not sure. The presentation is authentic, but it’s still a presentation. You see
people, you hear their souls but no one exposes him/herself mindlessly. No one makes a fool of him/herself. No one plays the stick-in-the-mud. No one disengages him/herself. Three people who play
music.

Heike Aumüller sits on the floor, making music, singing in a type of English which can only be understood by people who listen. Those who look, who want to see music, do not see anything at all.
And they feel nothing. Johannes Frisch fondles his double bass like Kate Bush did in her video to « Babooshka ». But while Kate Bush didn’t play, Frisch does while simultaneously playing around
with it, winding himself around the instrument – 1:0 for the venerably aged jazzer. On the other side sits Thomas Weber, bent over his guitar, occasionally operating the electronics in front of
him, while his other hand is being played by the guitar. Again and again, it drags the other hand towards the instrument – it’s as simple as that. The audience has to want to listen and not only
see. Those who can see, see the art of Heike Aumüller which graces the cover. What one sees there is vulnerable and strong at the same time. Anyone who has ever watched a Bruce Willis action
movie will know the sentence that Willis – suddenly more than just muscles and smiles – utters to the obligatory child (or woman, anyway, something to rescue): « Of course I’m afraid. » What do we
learn from this? Those who make themselves vulnerable become strong. The Kammerflimmer Kollektief has made itself strong, had made itself strong even before it merged into a band and then as a
band, is grew even stronger. And more vulnerable. Where the music used to be beautiful, it now became powerful and momentous. Dietmar Dath speaks the truth when he suggests that one should listen
to the music loud – because thus it gains even more depth.

The Kammerflimmer Kollektief is emotive and impassioned. It is also as lucid and precise as those moods which Robert Musil (who is above suspicion of a being a romanticist) called « daylight
mysticism ». The lyrics and the music want to be heard, they want to be explored, even suffered. Sound builds songs which are made of sounds, and yet they’ re no longer songs.

« Wildling » is the trio’s strongest and most vulnerable album to date. It is a solipsist, which floats solitary in its own space, somewhere between the orbits of jazz, krautrock, pop and hell.
This space is an earthly heaven, which we are permitted to inhabit – if we only can hear, with our ears as well as our heads.

by Jörg Sundermeier

 

Tracklist :

1. Move Right In (Drums – Christopher Brunner)

2. Silver Chords (Saxophone – Dietrich Foth)

3. Aum A Go-Go (Drums, Xylophone – Christopher Brunner)

4. In Transition (Version)

5. Spookin’ The Horse (Drums – Christopher Brunner, Saxophone – Dietrich Foth)

6. Blind

7. Rotwelsch

8. Time Is The Fire In Which We Burn

9. Cry Tuff

10. We Paint The Town Beige (Drums – Christopher Brunner)

11. There’s A Crack In Everything

12. Milte Hi Ankhen (aka Bird In Hand) (Written By – Lee Perry)

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septembre 22, 2010

Heavy Trash – Midnight Soul Serenade

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http://www.heavytrash.net

http://www.myspace.com/heavytrash

Origine du Groupe : North America

Style : Rock

Sortie : 2009


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Infatigables artisans redescendant travailler sans relâche dans la mine d’or du rock ‘n roll, Matt Verta-Ray et Jon Spencer viennent de remonter à la surface de leur inspiration onze pépites
vintage réunies pour Heavy Trash… L’auditeur tombé amoureux – pour la vie ! – des pionniers du rock trouvera matière à s’enthousiasmer durablement sur l’album Midnight Soul Serenade :
langoureuses ballades fifties qui ne dépareraient pas dans une BO de Quentin Tarentino, rockabilly enlevés prompts à envoyer sur la piste de danse tel un Vince Taylor ressuscité, rock ‘n roll
vicieux donnant envie de flirt poussé avec la gent féminine… Quand il s’agit de trousser des morceaux admirablement authentiques, Heavy Trash a toujours la main chaude ! La technique du duo est
plutôt simple pourtant (mais il faut quand même avoir un sacré talent pour composer, jouer de la guitare, aboyer ou roucouler dans le micro) : on met en présence deux musiciens férus de rock ‘n
roll avec des instruments antiques, et ce dans un studio analogique… Et ça fait « BOUM ! », la machine s’emballe, les titres arrivent sans forcer et l’on se retrouve à se laisser bercer ou
bousculer nuitamment par une très belle collection de chansons. Idéales pour se lancer dans une tendre sérénade, avant de passer aux choses sérieuses : une petite séance de rock et de roll.
Hallelujah, le filon est loin d’être tari pour Heavy Trash !

par Pierre Andrieu

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Tracklist :

01 – Gee, I Really Love You

02 – Good Man

03 – Bumble Bee

04 – The Pill

05 – Pimento

06 – (Sometimes You Got To Be) Gentle

07 – Isolation

08 – Bedevilment

09 – Sweet Little Bird

10 – That’s What Your Love Gets

11 – In My Heart

 

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septembre 22, 2010

Amon Tobin – Featured Tracks

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Origine du Groupe : U.K

Style : Electro , Broken Beat , I.D.M

Sortie : 2010


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From Official Myspace :

Musician, programmer, recording artist, beatsmith, dance floor commander, composer, sound designer, bad ass motherfucker. Amon Tobin is all of these things but most of all a forward thinker.
Pushing forward and never looking back has always been his focus. This is what gets him up in the morning and what keeps him up late into night.

Amon Tobin never set out to be in the music industry. To him music is an end in itself, not a path to commercial success. His own success is basically a bi product of his obsession and remains
something of a welcome mystery to him. The fact is, whether or not the world had ever heard of Amon Tobin he would still be creating music. His life has been a long term love affair with sound
and rhythm and a personal study of both. his work is a contribution to the evolution of sound in the spirit of the pioneers of electronic music.

Amon has released a series of critically claimed full lenght albums alongside a number of side projects which vary from film score work to collaborations with artists who range from classical to
hip hop and much in between. Curiosity and a relentless drive to explore has lead Amon to various places in music but the the real fruits of this are in the combined knowledge gained from these
experiences. Knowledge of how music music and sound work and the passionate application of this to his own personal creations.

Tracklist :

01 – SC Conviction – Roll Credits (unreleased)

02 – Noisia – Machinegun (Amon Tobin Remix)

03 – Eskamon – Fine Objects (edit)

04 – SC Conviction – Coste

05 – SC Conviction – Menu Theme

06 – Hey Mr. Tree

07 – SC Conviction – Oval Office

08 – Technique

09 – SC Conviction – Corridor Cue

10 – Bloodstone

11 – SC Conviction – Sarah!!!

12 – Slowly

13 – SC Conviction – White House

14 – Delpher

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septembre 22, 2010

Funkessencia – Urbanismo

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Origine du Groupe : Brazil

Style : Funk , Instrumental

Sortie : 2009


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FUNKESSENCIA, uma banda de deep funk. O Funkessencia lança em Setembro um single chamado « Urbanismo », que conta com duas faixas bônus. Uma versão de « Chameleon », clássico de Herbie Hancock e
Headhunters, e uma versão para « Music is Rulling My World », de Kutiman.

por DNA

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Tracklist :

01. Urbanismo

02. Chameleon

03. MIRMW

 

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septembre 22, 2010

Huun Huur Tu & Carmen Rizzo – Eternal

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http://www.hhtmusic.com

http://www.myspace.com/huunhuur2

http://www.carmenrizzo.com

http://www.myspace.com/carmenrizzo

Origine du Groupe : Russia , North America

Style : World Music , Alternative , Electro World

Sortie : 2010


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Tuvan band Huun Huur Tu have always functioned perfectly well by themselves, so pairing them with electronic musician Carmen Rizzo was a daring experiment — what could he bring to the party?
Quite a lot, it appears. Although never overbearing, he uses instruments, synths, beats (and some strings and brass) to make the group even more shamanic and emotional, as on the utterly
breathtaking « Orphaned Child, » where the voices seem to be calling from the wilderness into the void. There’s perhaps less of the throat singing that first grabbed Western audiences, but it’s
replaced by a beautiful, mournful lyricism (not completely; those overtones are very much in evidence on the closer, « Tuvan Prayer, » with all four voices working together and traditional
instruments very much on display, with electronics more of a shadow). Rizzo  proves to be the perfect sympathetic foil for Huun Huur Tu, taking what they do and heightening and shading it,
as with « Ancestors Call, » where the shamanic side of Tuva stands to the fore. But the centerpiece, quite literally, of the album is « Dogee Mountain (Interlude), » an eight-minute piece that verges
more on modern classical than anything to do with folk, world, or electronic music. It marks a great departure for Huun Huur Tu, sending the group very firmly into new, wide open spaces and
marking Rizzo  as the ideal partner in crime.

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Tracklist::

1. Ancestors Call 5:41

2. Mother Taiga 6:49

3. Saryglarlar Maidens 5:46

4. Saryglarlar (Reprise) 1:28

5. Dogee Mountain (Interlude) 8:21

6. In Search of a Lost Past 4:56

7. Orphaned Child 5:11

8. Tuvan Prayer 2:21

 

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