"About a decade ago, well before the "Sound of Cologne" reached public acclaim, Carsten Schulz (C-Schulz) und Hans-Jürgen Schunk (Hajsch) formed the nucleus of a small scene which, altough based in Cologne, was already operating on an international level. They had teamed up with various musicians, artists and producers to design a music that was more than mere experiment. In 1996, the duo ceased their public performances, and have since limited their activities to producing music - to them the most challenging way to grapple with sounds. This album represents a new, complex music, realized through clearly structured arrangements of microtonal material. It blends accoustic instruments (tuba, harmonium, guitar and clarinet among others) with field recordings and concrete sounds. Still, the studio remains the most important instrument. So that this quiet, gently prodding music takes on surprising depth and dimensionality." (label info)
in stock | DE| 2000| SONIG | 12.90

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