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COLUMN ONE - Cindy, Loraine & Hank

Format: do-CD
Label & Cat.Number: Zoharum ZOHAR 107-2
Release Year: 2015
Note: 'A boundless world' - first full C.O. album after the NO ONE box set (2011); being in the works for almost 10 years, this collects many finished fragments & ideas that were created during their collaboration with Berlin's ZEITKRATZER.... 11 tracks of highly abstract & experimental COLLAGES & musique concrete, of electronic origin or by using object noises & field recordings or weird found sounds, feat. "Antiphona #2" which is a continuation of our SUB-10"; lim. 500 double digipack
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"Zoharum proudly presents the latest album from the legendary Berlin-based art collective Column One. Their new double album, entitled "Cindy, Loraine & Hank", was in the works for almost 10 years and it is their first album since anniversary box set "No One" from 2011 and "Antiphona" 10" vinyl EP from 2013. For this recordings, Column One were Ren Lamp, Robert Schalinski, Jrgen Eckloff, Andrew Loadman with Nada and Rasmus Schalinski plus a host of guests including Reinhold Friedl and Zeitkratzer Ensemble.
This double album presents Column One and their experimental approach to sound at its best."Cindy, Loraine & Hank" a collection of incestuous figures, a museum of small, lovely bastards. Products of passion & weakness, disorientation and dedication, of dull instincts and narrowness. Twins, triplets, octuplets, dyslexic, presidents, beginners, criminal citizens, sacred Neanderthals, expert idiots. Begotten in haste, hidden in the dirt, covered with garbage.
A contourless, monstrous void in the cardigan of the great-grandmother.
A voyage through the labyrinthine mind of Column One... a surreal, organic projection.
Idiotenmusik - field recordings - orchestral variations - cut-ups - musique concrete - collage
The CDs are housed in a digipak sleeve and the album is strictly limited to 500 copies. The cover was designed by Robert Schalinski, based on "Black Depths" print (1974) by John Hiliard." [label info]