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**last copies** Kassel Jaeger lives and works in Paris. He’s a member of the GRM (Groupe de Recherches Musicales) and his album is a weave of improvisations executed on various instruments (koto, rebab, positive organ, Coupigny modular synthesizer), captured and then treated as if they were field recordings. It’s about reducing the instrumental gesture to simple expressive material, shaping it while loosing control over it, letting it grow until there is no more readability in terms of ways of playing. Just like bad weed destroying the order of a highly organised garden.
« Kassel Jaeger is an elusive shadow, a password, a catalytic entity, not a real name anyway (…) this rather enigmatic self-effacement serves the purpose of an equally impenetrable aural art… » (Daniel Crockaert)
Letterpressed sleeve printed by Ben Owen / Middle Press. Numbered edition of 180 copies.