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Label & Cat.Number: Black Rose Recordings BRCD16
Release Year: 2016
Note: "Nothing is quite what it seems to be" is the maxim of this new RLW-album, as usual it's difficult to describe or classify these compositions as they seem to exist between or beyond all known genres, but always keep a challenging and surprising experimental character; this is somehow chopped and scrambled music, consisting of strange sounds from instruments, objects, machines or electronics....
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More Info"Haptik und Automatik wirken quasi 'Hand in Hand' und erzeugen eine ins Anästhetische tendierende Schrumpfform von Melodie und Rhythmus. Oder einmal anders gesehen, sie schaffen eine Vor- und Urform dessen, das einmal Musik gewesen sein wird." [Bad Alchemy #92]
"The starting point for these new recordings was an improvised recording session with Giuseppe Ielasi, but as with all RLW works nothing is quite what it seems to be. Cutting out the moments of "glory" and recombining them Wehowsky reassembles them into new more detailed compositions. Further improvised sounds were treated and added to the mix. The result may seem like an authentic representation of a real time improvisation, but in reality the pieces are nothing like that...in fact nothing is quite what it seems to be.
His music is impossible to pigeonhole into one simple bracket. It is neither industrial or musique concrete, nor computer music nor improvisation. In fact it could be all of these.
Ralf Wehowsky is one of the most respected electronic composers of our day and was also a founder member of the seminal German group P16.D4 and the label Selektion whose ground breaking releases influenced many working in today's experimental music scene. Previous releases have seen him collaborate with such well known and diverse artists such as Merzbow, Bernhard Guenter, Jim O'Rourke, Achim Wollscheid and Lionel Marchetti.
The CD is limited to 500 and is packaged in a beautiful full colour digipack on reverse board." [label info]
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