As for all live musicians, gigs for 2020 had either been cancelled or postponed till some undefinable future moment. In September (briefly) venues in Berlin could re-open. I was excited to play live again, and after a little down time, try out some new ideas. Recorded by two microphones suspended from the ceiling of KM28, here is the outcome.
Thanks to Lucy Railton for organising the opening night at KM28 and to David Walker and the KM28 crew for actively supporting music and culture!
supported by 135 fans who also own “KM28 / 3rd September 2020”
an album that focuses on blasts and releases, patterns and less-so-pattern-y compositional moments. The movement from pattern-y rhythmic pulsing, even danceable? to rich, drone-y, expansive, even noisey? are idiosyncratic, natural and fun. Nothing ever builds up too much or lays too strong of a foundation, so stops and shifts are more than allowed and when a shift does occur there's a safety in knowing it will change soon. Amazingly recorded, great sounds. bkudler
supported by 133 fans who also own “KM28 / 3rd September 2020”
A long haul of a listen building and decaying as compositional interest demands. The sound world feels completely open, sounds that, when placed next to each other would seem wildly opposed flow nicely into one another. Maximum psychoacoustic squeegee harmonics pile out into the ears. bkudler