""In English, Abraum Zwo means Rubble Two. Twelve years ago I made field recordings in the Hamburg harbour. The most exciting recording was actually sensational: rubble being transported from a distant building site in a very long steel pipe (diameter approximately 80 cm.) flushed with water. I've never heard such sounds before. I derived four pieces (Abraum 1-4) from that material which were released in 2010. The new series (Abraum 6-10) is composed from the same basic field recordings but with a totally different approach. Due to the fact that the area where I'd recorded the original sounds has changed radically in the last twelve years, I tried to recall this bygone locale, hence the pieces' highly atmospheric sound, as opposed to the first four which were pure musique concrète". Asmus Tietchens, Hamburg, April 2021" (label info)
soon in stock - please pre-order | DE| 2021| UNIVERSAL EXPORTS | 14.90

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