"Harald Sack Ziegler and Frank Schültge Blumm have held their unstamped soundkite into the winds for almost five years. For the predecessor "Kind Kind" (2003), Sack & Blumm had employed the postal service to bridge the distance between Cologne and Berlin by sending "musical" letters. For "Returns" they sat side by side in front of their recording equipment in Berlin to be able to communicate their musical ideas more directly. Sack & Blumm present a very autonomous, unpretentious music; music which caters to no audience and which is vaguely reminiscent of the kind of music children play, but which never attempts to emulate their naïveté, as the subtle virtuosity with which they play their instruments informs the listener. They're not so much playful as they are receptive in their play, always willing and prepared to follow their ears, which hear music in all kinds of noises." (label info)
in stock | DE| 2009| STAUBGOLD | 13.90

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