"This is what results when a delicate musician has to live amidst Berlin's construction noise for eight years, during the time when the former working class district of Prenzlauer Berg was transformed into a neighborhood for higher-income earners. With his latest album "Construction Sounds" Dirk Dresselhaus aka Schneider TM processes that time, when he was surrounded by constant clatter, noise, sawing, drilling, hammering, chipping, etc. Under no circumstances should one confuse "Construction Sounds" with industrial music, which either uses conventional instruments to sound like factory noise (like Kluster in 1970) or uses industrial noises as mere atmospheric or rhythmic additions to music made using instruments, as Einstürzende Neubauten did in the early 80's. For Dresselhaus, the sounds of construction are the music itself." (label info) 180 gram vinyl, with CD
in stock | DE| 2012| vg+/vg+| BUREAU B | 10.00

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