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At The Edge Between Complexity and Strukturlosigkeit Functio 1 Nov. 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
It is long as one people such as Danny Zelonky still as one the present Powerbookelektroniker of the USA to ago high-hold had, so that the country, which had one of the largest parts at the history of electronic music, could forget not completely. Meanwhile there everyone seems to have radiating a white Apple before itself on the desk and the music, which appears there, rattert itself from chip to chip ever more kryptischer in a rate forward, which is quite breath-robbing, often enough in addition, something at anyness of unstructured rampantly growing of music as test track of new software suffers. Differently with Zelonky. With this new album it sat down again a clear concept, which one can hear, and which pulls itself by the whole album, without omitting however thereby on very much strand types of the sound handling. Jazz. But not that of the Intrumentesamplens and in complex Harmonik Herumdaddelns, but rather at 12Ton-Musik of oriented Freejazz in completely new sounds and without definition on a historical reference of the Rhythmik. ' Heftibag ' fights against nothing, but designed, sets in motion. On many very calm TRACKS one sees developing as under a Slowmotioneffekt sound thing, in its form change, mutates and again again and transforms to emerge and disappear, it develops the impression of a sound sculpture in the space of the time is called. And and wants ' Heftibag ' is not nervig knistriges experiment to be, but evenly very well-thought-out and positioned balance, on it never lets themselves a sound in easily class to find and to it the TRACKS leave, but rather a sound as reason takes for the multiplication. Very exciting music at the edge between complexity and Strukturlosigkeit functions as exactly, as an interlaced clockwork.
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cold-sweat-inducingly irresistibag 13 Aug. 2000
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Format: Audio CD
Crank, Heftibag (Mille Plateaux)
Danny Zelonky's Crank pseudonym may conjure images of tweaked-out gabber, but his music -- especially as captured on his latest album, Heftibag ö resonates with a different kind of substance-related alteration. Neither speed-induced frenzy nor opiate-ambiance, Heftibag expands with the air of ether, the kind of swelling, swarming mass of sound half-recalled upon waking from a faint. It is supremeley uneasy listening.
Heftibag shimmers with the shrill glitch-patterns of Mego, but these surfaces give way to deep wells of sound swimming with fish thought long extinct ö schools of musique concrete flash by, accompanied by rare species of tape loop. In a way similar to recent releases by Shirt Trax or Fennesz, Heftibag is music without center, impossible to put your finger on, intangible as fog. Zelonky's approach to rhythm is unlike that of any other Techno or Ambient artist around (a fact made especially interesting given his beat-oriented work in Trash Aesthetic and Low Res). Avoiding regular beat structures, even repeating loops, these tracks favor the free-clatter of unchained percussion. This is four-on-the-floorâs antimatter. What at first sounds random, however, reveals a kind of constellatory logic as it expands. Jazz affect is everywhere in electronic music these days, from the Cinematic and Innerzone Orchestras to the boogie revivalists at Compost, but Zelonky seems to be alone in translating free jazzâs speaking-in-tongues to a language of pure, disembodied electronics. Listening to Heftibag is not unlike playing a game like Quake ö you proceed step by step, unsure of what lies around each corner, senses attuned to every snap, every twitch. Sounds press hotly against your skin as you squeeze through dank, twisting spaces. Claustrophobic, perhaps, but cold-sweat-inducingly irresistible.
brilliantly disturbing electro 6 Mar. 2001
By grace wyatt - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is truly a masterpiece. When in thought; makes you feel empty and mindless, a loss a words and feelings, like staring into a blank television set. Awesomely disturbing in the sense that you become lost and then awoken in a new mindset 'shard' is beautifully done as well as the other works. All in all this is nothing short of genius.
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