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Jan Peter Schwalm

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j peter schwalm, born 1970, founded the experimental jazz band slop shop in 1993 before establishing the record label poets club records whose releases include slop shop "makrodelia I", "makrodelia II" and "interpretations" including remixes by jimi tenor, sensorama and brian eno. other recordings include "music for onmyio-ji" together with brian eno (jvc japan, 2000) and "musikain" (musikain records, 2006). peter has enjoyed a long collaboration with the producer brian eno. their many projects together include performances of peter

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How We Fall

Label: RareNoiseRecords
Released: 2018
Track listing: Strofort; Battenfeld; Auua; Ibra; Gangesthal; Stormbruch; Clingon; Musles; Singlis.

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Article: Year in Review

Mark Sullivan's Best Releases of 2018

Read "Mark Sullivan's Best Releases of 2018" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


2018 was another year with too many favorites to choose from. I'm struck by the number of “extended ensembles" on my list: groups of eight or more, including a chamber orchestra plus jazz group. It was also an exceptionally good year for RareNoiseRecords, making it hard for me to stop at three albums. This list is ...

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Article: Album Review

Jan Peter Schwalm: How We Fall

Read "How We Fall" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


Jan Peter Schwalm is a German composer and music producer, best known for his collaborations with ambient music pioneer Brian Eno, including the album Drawn From Life (Opal, 2001). Since 2006 Schwalm has been a regular guest at Norway's Punktfestival, distinguishing himself as a live remixer. He has also developed a long- term partnership with Norwegian ...

Album

The Beauty of Disaster

Label: RareNoiseRecords
Released: 2016
Track listing: The Anxt Code; Himmelfahrt; The Beauty of Disaster; Stille, Blitz und Donner; Zirkeltriogie; Wunchklangregister; The End and the Beginningl Angstphantasie; Endknall.

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Article: Album Review

J. Peter Schwalm: The Beauty of Disaster

Read "The Beauty of Disaster" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


"Ambient Music." Now that is a creatively coiffured pant load of a genre designation. An outgrowth of “New Age?" The bastard child of Minimalism? Radio personality Stephen Hill's cottage industry? Well, in a word, “yes," all of these things. The evolution of music is rapidly hurling toward a time when genre will mean nothing and no ...

Album

musikain

Label: Musikain Records
Released: 2006


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