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Frieder Butzmann

Wie Zeit Vergeht

Label: Pan

Format: Vinyl LP

Genre: Experimental

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Mindblowing assembly of experimental and utterly visceral analogue experiments from former member of DAF, Frieder Butzmann - DO NOT MISS* Frieder Butzmann is a veteran of the Berlin underground, a former member of DAF, and Din A Testbild alongside Gudrun Gut, and collaborator with Genesis P. Orridge, Thomas Kapielski and Wolfgang Müller. 'Wie Zeit Vergeht' is his contribution to Pan's increasingly essential canon of experimental material, following incredible releases by Keith Fullerton Whitman, Evan Parker, and Joseph Hammer, among others. Influenced by aspects of Stockhausen's work and the influence of dadaist avant-garde composition which he first encountered nearly 40 years ago, Butzmann manipulates sounds created using the infamous 'Black Box' modular system made at STEIM in Amsterdam in 1995, together with cut-up and dismantled lyrics excerpted from Stockhausen's 'Telemusik' and 'Kurzweien' to create an intuitive and naively raw collage of acousmatic sound, electronics and vocals. His work eschews technical finesse in favour of articulating his ideas through eccentric sounds. Both sides travel a diverse topography of cut-up concrete sounds, noise blurts and disorientating acoustics conducted with a knowingly unhinged aesthetic. The LP was mastered and cut by Rashad Becker at D&M, in a limited edition of 500 copies, pressed on 140g vinyl and comes in poly-lined inner sleeve. It is packaged in a pro-press colour jacket which itself is housed in a silk screened PVC sleeve with artwork by Kathryn Politis & Bill Kouligas. Utterly unmissable. (Boomkat)
Details
Cat. number: PAN 14
Year: 2011
Notes:
Limited edition of 500 copies, pressed on 140g vinyl and comes in a poly-lined inner sleeve. It is packaged in a pro-press color jacket which itself is housed in a silk screened pvc sleeve.

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