That very moment is the dawn of Detroit techno. Record Collectors are a strange breed. I once met Daniele Baldelli and he said he kept a whole second house for his record collection. I always admired that kind of organization. Professor Arfwulf Arwulf from Ann Arbor had the most amazing collection of music from the 20th Century.
Detroit has so many serious heads. Definitely watch out for the Portage Garage Sounds crew. M Gun is also very serious, also young to me just means younger than me, so John Elliot from Outer Space, based in Cleveland and runs Spectrum Spools is super serious.
You curated the expansive new Funkadelic compilation, Reworked by the Detroiters. How did you approach that? Each piece called for a different approach. So the Ectomorph one is much more bass obsessed. I would say the BMG version focused on making it heady hypnotic psychedelia.
What achievements with the label are you most proud of over that time? The impact of the first Ectomorph records was amazing to witness and feel.
Having the From Beyond comps carry this message around the world was really incredible. Having our No Way Back parties reach their 10th anniversary this year and having its LP audience grow so organically as the parties somehow keep surprising us by getting better and better is a crowning achievement.
I really love that. That this cult thing is still alive and even thriving is a total joy. I started before most Detroit labels even considered releasing a CD let alone digital catalogs, from a time period where you had to call shippers, not email Album). Then if you wanted to send somebody music, you had to mail it to them.
When record sales were much bigger, ultra limited editions were greater than big records now. Those are external changes. Ectomorph has reconvened and are alive and mutating. We have finished recording and are currently mixing a new album. The live shows are full of modulars and mountains of Moogs, so much analog equipment. I just love the feel of analog. And, as mentioned ad infinauseum new word! More of this please. Whilst the sources of inspiration have always been pronounced, the contemporary production and some other such nods have elevated them beyond a mere exercise in nostalgia.
Certain songs work better than others for their being adorned with touches that take the group outside the basic trio sound they clearly enjoy working in, though. In the meantime, the group proffer some of the best homegrown post-punk angled music since the mighty Siekiera.
On that count alone this is well worth diving into. Using his own Ensemble Album) to help realise the compositions that form this debut, Norwegian Jan Martin Smordal brings together a variety of string instruments guitar, violin, cellopiano, trumpet, flutes and suchlike to forge a soundworld of stark tones, rasps and alien howling at once apparently possessed and iridescent.
Mostly, each track moves along a bed of uneasy yet richly contoured timbres that belie a minimalist sensibility with the very same raw intensity Zeitkratzer have built their reputation on. Given the fact there seems to be little relationship between everything proffered in terms of the titles, I am not sure what the rationale is here but, sonically at least, everything makes comparative sense.
Melding patchworked field recordings together with a digital setting whereby tiny fragments of electronic sound, subtle gestures and ambiguous loops are percolated together to considerable effect, Aatma is an absorbing listen rich in atmosphere and rife with nooks and crannies that only reveal themselves on repeat listens.
A name to look out for. As can be seen in his discography, recordings have appeared on ECM besides Hubro and elsewhere. The seven arrangements brought together for the seventh Ensemble album, however, subtly waver between the breezy LP light and something altogether more jaunty. The combination of electronics, cello, piano, trumpet and saxophone display a largely restrained approach given to the deft teasing of soft timbres and an autumnal setting that only occasionally gives way to prominent piano playing or altogether more obtuse touches.
More of that, please. Rudolf Eb. Only of these were pressed and I believe they are now completely sold out at source. If you enjoy diving in to such sonic disturbances, the same as myself, during a late evening, then this album comes very much recommended. RJ Ben Bertrand Manes CD Les Albums Claus, France, The second album from a Belgian bass clarinetist prone to exploring the furthest reaches of his chosen instrument with, presumably, the help of some electronics or software used to help beat new shapes from the sounds generated.
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