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Continual Decentering

Label: Arjunamusic Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Spondee; The Bridge; Fulcrum One; The I-I; The Climber; All Too Human; The Descender; Fulcrum Two; Subterranean Dark; The Fringe; All Too Human Var. ; Body of Ignorance; Plane Waves

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Samuel Rohrer: Continual Decentering

Read "Continual Decentering" reviewed by Henning Bolte

Berlin-based Swiss drummer Samuel Rohrer's solo album Continual Decentering is a follow-up to his quartet work Dark Star Safari (2019) with Jan Bang, Eivind Aarset and Erik Honoré and to his previous solo album Range of Regularity (2017), both released on his own Arjunamusic label. With drums, percussion, modular synthesizers and assorted electronics Rohrer created a ...

Dark Star Safari

Label: Arjunamusic Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Labyrinthine; Resilient Star; Family Gospel; Child of Folly; Thoughts and Prayers; Mordechai (A Prophecy); November’s Child; White Rose; Youfari.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dark Star Safari: Dark Star Safari

Read "Dark Star Safari" reviewed by John Eyles

The birth of the quartet Dark Star Safari (named after a 2003 Paul Theroux travel book) dates back to a December 2017 session at the Candybomber studio in Berlin, initiated by Swiss drummer Samuel Rohrer who invited along two Norwegians--sampler and keyboardist Jan Bang and guitarist Eivind Aarset--having previously played with them at gigs including Norway's ...


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