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Fließgewässer // Firat | Dîjla TAPE

Fließgewässer // Firat | Dîjla TAPE

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Spanish synth drone writer Fließgewässer in GermanyA cassette released by Otomatik Muziek limited to 80 pieces.In addition to synth drones, it also includes songs with a strong improvisational color that mix percussion and saxophone. DL code included.

Edition of 80.

Fließgewässer is the alias of Spain-based artist Philipp Heinzelbecker, who became part of the OM family somewhen in autumn 2019, when OM-stalwarts Hager / Kaputt, the overwhelmingly great William Luke Valerio and Fließgewässer shared a gig. A short power breakdown that evening He then started to throw himself into a freestyle set with machines lent by the other musicians – and he dove headfirst into a slowly-building, neo-baroque organ impression of melancholic beauty and an emotional openness that affected the whole room.

"This was a fine example of how Fließgewässer functions – Heinzelbäcker incorporates what surrounds him and transforms it into sound." Firat | Dîjla "works just as that. An impromptu session with Marta Morant on clarinet and Nicolas Dobson on drums that started after watching a documentary on the ruthless building of dams in south-east Anatolia by Turkey's demagogic president Reccep Tayyip Erdogan, with additional synth work overdubbed afterwards, turned into a stream of free-flowing new age sounds with references to anatolian folk music popping up here and there, tender percussion improvs and refined clarinet expressions.

The sole track on the B-side of the tape – ″ Below the stork's nest “– is a sombre elegy, alternating between an endless dulcimer rite, surfacing field recordings, a trumpet resembling the cornet work of Cosey Fanni Tutti and: a violin. The original version of "Firat | Dîjla" featured a lot of quotes from the BBC-produced documentary "So Water is Turkey's Oil". that was the final point, the being-struck-by-lightning-moment when we knew this one was perfectly finished. Glimpses of Hassell's fourth-world music spelled out over european post-industrial music like Coil, and, within the flushes of deeply honest consternation which interweave the whole recording, a very political set of songs. "
Otomatik Muziek

Artist: Fließgewässer

Label: Label: Otomatik Muziek

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Spanish synth drone writer Fließgewässer in GermanyA cassette released by Otomatik Muziek limited to 80 pieces.In addition to synth drones, it also includes songs with a strong improvisational color that mix percussion and saxophone. DL code included.

Edition of 80.

Fließgewässer is the alias of Spain-based artist Philipp Heinzelbecker, who became part of the OM family somewhen in autumn 2019, when OM-stalwarts Hager / Kaputt, the overwhelmingly great William Luke Valerio and Fließgewässer shared a gig. A short power breakdown that evening He then started to throw himself into a freestyle set with machines lent by the other musicians – and he dove headfirst into a slowly-building, neo-baroque organ impression of melancholic beauty and an emotional openness that affected the whole room.

"This was a fine example of how Fließgewässer functions – Heinzelbäcker incorporates what surrounds him and transforms it into sound." Firat | Dîjla "works just as that. An impromptu session with Marta Morant on clarinet and Nicolas Dobson on drums that started after watching a documentary on the ruthless building of dams in south-east Anatolia by Turkey's demagogic president Reccep Tayyip Erdogan, with additional synth work overdubbed afterwards, turned into a stream of free-flowing new age sounds with references to anatolian folk music popping up here and there, tender percussion improvs and refined clarinet expressions.

The sole track on the B-side of the tape – ″ Below the stork's nest “– is a sombre elegy, alternating between an endless dulcimer rite, surfacing field recordings, a trumpet resembling the cornet work of Cosey Fanni Tutti and: a violin. The original version of "Firat | Dîjla" featured a lot of quotes from the BBC-produced documentary "So Water is Turkey's Oil". that was the final point, the being-struck-by-lightning-moment when we knew this one was perfectly finished. Glimpses of Hassell's fourth-world music spelled out over european post-industrial music like Coil, and, within the flushes of deeply honest consternation which interweave the whole recording, a very political set of songs. "
Otomatik Muziek

Artist: Fließgewässer

Label: Label: Otomatik Muziek