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“Eruption Compilation (12"lp Plus 7", Ltd” | “(w/ Felix Kubin,lena Willikens & Sarah S”

PP29 scanZoom inLabelPudel Produkte
Cat. No.PP29
FormatEXCLS-LP
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12“ LP + 7“, limited copies Tracklist 12″: A1 Felix Kubin - Nachtflug durch die Weltenfalte A2 Lena Willikens & Sarah Szczesny / Phantom Con Ballett - Fragment 1 A3 Esmark - Menge ponge A4 Tintin Patrone - con papa` nel laboratorio A5 Asmus Tietchens - Der Heizer A6 Lena Willikens & Sarah Szczesny / Phantom Con Ballett - Fragment 2 B1 Wolfgang Seidel & Ken Montgomery & Crystal Penalosa - Confluence B2 Phuong-Dan - About Rhythmus B3 Jessica Broscheit & Mark Boombastik - ANOMALY B4 Carl & Sohn (Toben) - YES B5 RVDS - Conrad tanzt im Regen Tracklist 7“: A1 Conrad Schnitzler & Ken Montgomery - 27.8.87 B1 Asmus Tietchens - Wilhelm Bornhofen Short Info: ERUPTION is an outburst of creaking energies, unconventional ideas, arhythmic thoughts, cacophonous images and musical phantasms. ERUPTION is also the name of the second album by Kluster, a band project of the musician and video artist Conrad Schnitzler, who died in 2011, together with his colleagues Dieter Moebius and Hans-Joachim Roedelius. ERUPTION was also the name of a two-day festival that took place in July 2018 at the Golden Pudel Club in Hamburg. For two days, artists and musicians from different generations and working in various fields met here, who were in one way or the other inspired by the comprehensive oeuvre Conrad Schnitzlers’, as well as by his free-spirited thoughts and actions. The result was a multi-faceted programme of concerts, performances, sound and video installations, which resulted in the release of these two special records on Pudel Produkte, the house-own label of the Golden Pudel Club. The single features a previously unreleased piece by Conrad Schnitzler & Ken Montgomery as well as a story told by Asmus Tietchens about his father and Schnitzler, who unwittingly crossed the Atlantic together on the steamboat Bornhofen in the late 1950s, one as an engineer, the other as a heater. The LP brings together the festival’s invited artists, Schnitzler‘s contemporaries

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