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Berlin - Günter Müller & Steinbrüchel* - Perspectives (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Berlin - Günter Müller & Steinbrüchel* - Perspectives (CD, Album)

  1. Jason Lescalleet's "Mattresslessness" was his first full-length solo CD release. The "Momentan-def." CD with Tomas Korber, Steinbrüchel and Günter Müller was the first release for this group and presented Steinbrüchel and Tomas Korber to a different listening audience than they'd hitherto been exposed to.
  2. "SKITS. 13 Exhibitions in 9 Rooms / Third Rehearsal for Nietzsche’s Birthday Party " Published by Verlag für moderne Kunst, Wien / Editor Hendrik Bündge in co-operation with the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, Michael Müller “The volume under consideration, belonging to the two-part publication accompanying Müller’s exhibition at the Kunsthalle, is an invitation to readers to.
  3. No matter how hard life on tour may have been – these albums prove it was worth it. By Tobias Fischer. The next two volumes of the "Signal to Noise" series will be released on For4Ears in November. Homepage: For4Ears Records Homepage: Günter Müller Homepage: Jason Kahn. Homepage: Tomas Korber Homepage: Norbert Möslang Homepage: Christian Weber.
  4. The origins of this album are found in various live duo performances by Swiss electronicians Günter Müller and Steinbrüchel, recorded between December and May in a handful of European cities. Later, each artist processed and reworked this material, and this album presents the results of these individual acts of recomposition.9/
  5. "Born München, Germany, ; drums and electronics. Though born in Germany, Günter Müller has lived in Switzerland since From he has been playing a unique drum set with a mobile pick-up and microphone system of his own invention which allows hand-generated sounds on drums and percussion to be modulated electronically.
  6. The collection of essays presented in The Berlin Wall offers reflections on the Berlin Wall () from a wealth of interdisciplinary and international perspectives. The studies of literary and cultural texts - many not easily accessible to the English-speaking public - present the Wall as one of the most powerful phenomena and as a visible and decipherable text of twentieth-century life.
  7. Phosphor Magazine (Berlin) > The fifth release by the label List is an excellent compilation featuring a diversity of artists from the electronic/improvisation scene, like for instance Sébastien Roux, Mitchell Akiyama, Hervé Boghossian and Günter Müller. The first thing one notices is the homogenity of the tracks presented on this sampler.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Best Of Berlin - on Discogs.

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