Oomkah Dee, the manager of a small imprint "Klammklang", is ready to release his fourth split COLLAGE under his own steam. The split itself is supposed to break the mold: instead of extremely mild ambient type stories it offers you sounding standards of electronic industrial scene and hauntologic recreations of voice parts, a kind of a life story "on the spot", one way trip towards the Land of Utopia. Apart from rare musical objects the split includes choral records and field recordings taken from the narrator's private collection.
The rules of the game are the same: a half an hour to follow the story to its climactic scene using the language of Music. The Collage includes two stories of this kind. A second story is told by Victor Kashirin, a junior research assistant and old soundracks collector. When he visited New York last year, he recorded the noise of city streets, their streams of people hiding noire movies characters, which feel the rhytm and beauty of the metropolitan city.
The release is available free of charge, you can also buy a CD or order a limited set: CD + t-shirt
check the history of the creation
promo loops from coub:
released 24 January 2014
Model: Inga Mikshina.
Photo by Aley Elagin.
Thanks to Anton Chizhenok, Michael Panin and all friends from Fuselab, Klammklang & Shells Rattle