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Konstrukt & Keiji Haino ‎– A Philosophy Warping, Little By Little That Way Lies A Quagmire LP

Karl Records

Konstrukt & Keiji Haino ‎– A Philosophy Warping, Little By Little That Way Lies A Quagmire LP

€21.50

Turkish free jazzers Konstrukt and the japanese avant-garde / noise icon Keiji Haino present their first collaborational album. 

Formed early 2008 in istanbul, Konstrukt have since been gaining high reputation and an ever-growing audience within european improvised music circles. Over the past decade, the turkish free jazzers not only released a couple of superb albums under their own name – they also regularly invite significant musicians like Peter Brötzmann, Joe Mcphee, William Parker, Akira Sakata, Marshall Allen, Evan Parker, Thurston Moore, Michael Zerang, Alfred Harth or Alexander Hawkins for recording sessions and/or concerts (a.o. At festivals like a L’arme, .Konfrontationen Nickels-Dorf, Krakow Jazz Autumn). Their latest work “A Philosophy Warping …” sees Konstrukt team up with the japanese avant-garde / noise icon Keiji Haino – and besides all the elements you may well expect from such a musical meeting like konstrukt’s “acerbic razor-edged sound” (mark corroto, allaboutjazz) and Haino’s unmistakable voice / guitar explosions, there’s also some real surprises …

Notes

Recorded and mixed by Ozan Öner at Pür Recording Studio, Istanbul.. 
Mastered by Rashad Becker at D&M, Berlin. 
Cover painting “Escape” by Artur Trojanowski. 
Edition of 500

Tracklist

A1 All Things Will Be Reduced To Equal Dお Tっっ3 BBRc MMMあ元 (Part 1) 6:18
A2 All Things Will Be Reduced To Equal Dお Tっっ3 BBRc MMMあ元 (Part 2) 4:55
A3 All Things Will Be Reduced To Equal Dお Tっっ3 BBRc MMMあ元 (Part 3) 9:13
B1 The Darkness Of +(Plus) And The Paleness Of –(Minus) Drag Each To An Identical Distance And Reanalyse Blending In Some Pain (Part 1) 7:51
B2 The Darkness Of +(Plus) And The Paleness Of –(Minus) Drag Each To An Identical Distance And Reanalyse Blending In Some Pain (Part 2) 2:51
B3 The Darkness Of +(Plus) And The Paleness Of –(Minus) Drag Each To An Identical Distance And Reanalyse Blending In Some Pain (Part 3)


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