"An arbitrary succession of more or less irritating sounds"

Wednesday, 14 July 2010

Never personal

Always engaged, always engaging - Klimek, the third member of Anticipate's great triumvirate (alongside newly-collaborating label head Ezekiel Honig & delicate glitchist Mark Templeton - also see today's post from our sister site, Ears Alive), brews dubby, noirish atmospherics & a rich whorl of found voices into a potent, intriguing new demo.

Background: "based on interviews & conversations with "arrested" russian seamen, norwegian coast police and representatives of the ore-mining industry - as recorded in Kirkenes, NO - January 2006.

out take from the installation / site specific work/research entitled "BUSINESS NEVER PERSONAL" commissioned by Barents Spektakel in Kirkenes and with the support of Goethe Institute Oslo."


Previous coverage (also here).

Photo by Luca Rossato.

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