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Müller / Doskocz / Gordoa // Aural Accidentals TAPE

Müller / Doskocz / Gordoa // Aural Accidentals TAPE

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Three improvisers from Germany and Poland will participate in an experimental/jazz label in Massachusetts, USA in April 3.A limited edition of 100 cassettes from Tripticks Tapes.

Experimental music festival in PolandRecorded live at the Spontaneous Music Festival. Comes with DL code.

Less than,Commentary by Spontaneous Music Festival host Andrzej Nowak.

"At the 5th Spontaneous Music Festival at the Dragon Club in Poznan, an ad-hoc group of improvisational musicians dominated the line-up and met for the first time on stage.

On Sunday evening, the final day of the event, in the dimmed darkness, three intrepid improvisers decided to embark on a primal journey.Berlin-born trombonist Matthias Müller brought with him a wealth of musical experience and skill, but one of the most valuable was his ability to produce long brass phrases that typically have no beginning or end. It was a huge ability to build.They were guitarist Pawel Doscotch from Poznań and electro-acoustic multi-instrumentalist Emilio Goldoa, also from Berlin.

Their journey had its own rhythm, created by percussive electronics and guitar repetitions, which had an animated heft and an intriguing, surprisingly matte beauty of the background ambient. It was like a "fake sound" festival, a river of sounds whose origin could not be pinpointed.And the collective flow of their music ended with a chirping bird and a few seconds of silence, bracketing an unfinished sonic experiment and creating a truly dark mess in the listener's head. rice field. "

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases available at Tobira. 

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Cassette in soft poly case.

Text by Andrzej Nowak via the label:

"During the 5th edition of the Spontaneous Music Festival in the Dragon Club in Poznań, the lineup was dominant by ad hoc groups of improvising musicians, who met each other on the stage for the first time.

On Sunday evening, the last day of the event, in the darkness of the dimmed lights three brave improvisers decided to make their primal journey. Matthias Müller, a trombonist from Berlin, brought a lot of musical experience and skills, one of them exceptionally valuable – a gigantic ability to build long, brass phrases that seem to have no typical beginning or definite end. Two of his much younger colleagues – Paweł Doskocz, a guitarist from Poznań and Emilio Gordoa, an electroacoustic multi-instrumentalist, also from the Berlin – added a tendency of footloose experiments, characteristic for both young and great artists.

Their journey had its own rhythm, created by percussive electronics and guitar repetitions, it had a brassy massiveness and a charming, surprisingly matte beauty of the background ambient. During the concert, which lasted less than two quarters, the artists imbued the narrative with a lots of sonic surprises – it was like a "fake sounds" festival, a river of sounds which origin we were not been able to point precisely. And their collective stream of music was ended by birds singing and a few second of silence, which took the unfinished sonic experiments in a bracket, creating a dark confusion in the listeners' heads."

Artist : Müller / Doskocz / Gordoa

Label: Tripticks Tapes

Three improvisers from Germany and Poland will participate in an experimental/jazz label in Massachusetts, USA in April 3.A limited edition of 100 cassettes from Tripticks Tapes.

Experimental music festival in PolandRecorded live at the Spontaneous Music Festival. Comes with DL code.

Less than,Commentary by Spontaneous Music Festival host Andrzej Nowak.

"At the 5th Spontaneous Music Festival at the Dragon Club in Poznan, an ad-hoc group of improvisational musicians dominated the line-up and met for the first time on stage.

On Sunday evening, the final day of the event, in the dimmed darkness, three intrepid improvisers decided to embark on a primal journey.Berlin-born trombonist Matthias Müller brought with him a wealth of musical experience and skill, but one of the most valuable was his ability to produce long brass phrases that typically have no beginning or end. It was a huge ability to build.They were guitarist Pawel Doscotch from Poznań and electro-acoustic multi-instrumentalist Emilio Goldoa, also from Berlin.

Their journey had its own rhythm, created by percussive electronics and guitar repetitions, which had an animated heft and an intriguing, surprisingly matte beauty of the background ambient. It was like a "fake sound" festival, a river of sounds whose origin could not be pinpointed.And the collective flow of their music ended with a chirping bird and a few seconds of silence, bracketing an unfinished sonic experiment and creating a truly dark mess in the listener's head. rice field. "

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases available at Tobira. 

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Cassette in soft poly case.

Text by Andrzej Nowak via the label:

"During the 5th edition of the Spontaneous Music Festival in the Dragon Club in Poznań, the lineup was dominant by ad hoc groups of improvising musicians, who met each other on the stage for the first time.

On Sunday evening, the last day of the event, in the darkness of the dimmed lights three brave improvisers decided to make their primal journey. Matthias Müller, a trombonist from Berlin, brought a lot of musical experience and skills, one of them exceptionally valuable – a gigantic ability to build long, brass phrases that seem to have no typical beginning or definite end. Two of his much younger colleagues – Paweł Doskocz, a guitarist from Poznań and Emilio Gordoa, an electroacoustic multi-instrumentalist, also from the Berlin – added a tendency of footloose experiments, characteristic for both young and great artists.

Their journey had its own rhythm, created by percussive electronics and guitar repetitions, it had a brassy massiveness and a charming, surprisingly matte beauty of the background ambient. During the concert, which lasted less than two quarters, the artists imbued the narrative with a lots of sonic surprises – it was like a "fake sounds" festival, a river of sounds which origin we were not been able to point precisely. And their collective stream of music was ended by birds singing and a few second of silence, which took the unfinished sonic experiments in a bracket, creating a dark confusion in the listeners' heads."

Artist : Müller / Doskocz / Gordoa

Label: Tripticks Tapes