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Postmarks: National Parks

Read "National Parks" reviewed by John Eyles

The duo Postmarks consists of London-born Austrian saxophonist Boris Hauf and the Chicago-based American pianist D Bayne. Their first CD Western Ave (Luminescence, 2005) was a limited-edition of only one hundred copies packaged in unique covers, each a handcrafted collage from twenties Chicago postcards. For National Parks, the duo went to Vienna to record with experimental ...

Krom

Label: Hat Hut Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Intron; Som; Exon; Ribo.

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Efzeg: Krom

Read "Krom" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

I initially became acquainted with this Vienna-based electro-acoustic outfit through Grain (Duran, 2000). With saxophones, turntables, and the addition of high-tech instrumentation, Krom further develops Efzeg's microtonal and minimalistic methodology. The group often explores a gnomic musical panorama, intimating a rather solitary existence of barely detectable turntable scratches, subliminal effects and trance-like passages. Dynamics ...

Pay

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004

Würm

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004

Grain

Label: Duran Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: 01, 02, 03

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efzeg: Grain

Read "Grain" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Austria-based “EFZEG” presents an unlikely union of disparate electro-acoustic instrumentation, equating to a recording that should prod the listener’s deepest sensibilities. With this recent release for the often adventurous “Durian” record label, saxophonist Boris Hauf aligns his multifaceted implementations with guitarists Martin Siewert and Burkhard Stangl who also chip in with the EFX chores, whereas someone ...


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