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1 - HENTSCHEL, ORSON - ELECTRIC STUTTER - (CD) 
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Almost one year after his debut LP Feed The Tape, Orson Hentschel enters new musical terrain wearing old shoes. His second LP Electric Stutter, which is almost 55 minutes long, is only loosely connected to his debut. Whereas Feed The Tape was strongly shaped by Classical Minimal Music, Hentschel now incorporates influences of Trip-Hop and Electronic Pop Music. Since his childhood, he considers artists like Massive Attack, Portishead and Bjork as some of his most important sources of inspiration. The influence of this kind of popular music is clearly audible. Hentschels new tracks are shorter, more shaped and reduced in the density of their sound material. Pattern-oriented repetitions, which where in the focus of Feed The Tape, now fulfil the function of sophisticated sub-components of the overall composition and are subordinate to the melodic forms or merge with them. Also the amount of sample-based material has decreased in order to create space for synthetically produced sounds with melodic character. Electric Stutter is more complex and more detailed than Feed The Tape. At the same time the reduced density of sound material and the higher amount of melodies form a kind of music that is more easily accessible.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Electric Stutter 6:13 02. Montage Of Bugs 5:19 03. Paradise Future 5:21 04. Fade In, Fade Out 7:56 05. Single Night 4:00 06. Wailing Sirens 5:17 07. Machine Boy 6:11 08. Tremoli 8:35 09. Cyber Circus 3:50

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Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 02-06-2017
Item # : 503376     
Availability: IN STOCK
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2 - HENTSCHEL, ORSON - ELECTRIC STUTTER - (LP) 
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Almost one year after his debut LP Feed The Tape, Orson Hentschel enters new musical terrain wearing old shoes. His second LP Electric Stutter, which is almost 55 minutes long, is only loosely connected to his debut. Whereas Feed The Tape was strongly shaped by Classical Minimal Music, Hentschel now incorporates influences of Trip-Hop and Electronic Pop Music. Since his childhood, he considers artists like Massive Attack, Portishead and Bjork as some of his most important sources of inspiration. The influence of this kind of popular music is clearly audible. Hentschels new tracks are shorter, more shaped and reduced in the density of their sound material. Pattern-oriented repetitions, which where in the focus of Feed The Tape, now fulfil the function of sophisticated sub-components of the overall composition and are subordinate to the melodic forms or merge with them. Also the amount of sample-based material has decreased in order to create space for synthetically produced sounds with melodic character. Electric Stutter is more complex and more detailed than Feed The Tape. At the same time the reduced density of sound material and the higher amount of melodies form a kind of music that is more easily accessible.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Electric Stutter 6:13 02. Montage Of Bugs 5:19 03. Paradise Future 5:21 04. Fade In, Fade Out 7:56 05. Single Night 4:00 06. Wailing Sirens 5:17 07. Machine Boy 6:11 08. Tremoli 8:35 09. Cyber Circus 3:50


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 2
Release date: 02-06-2017
Item # : 503377     
Availability: IN STOCK
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3 - HENTSCHEL, ORSON - FACADE - (CD) 
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Only six months after his sophomore album, which has showcased a "tense repetition of short phrases, often building big, dramatic pieces starting with a single stuck-in-the-machine sound" (Decoder) and an "analogue cyber trip-hop of an impres- sive depth of focus as an acoustic furniture for an apocalypse lounge" (Groove), Hentschel returns with a two-piece EP showcasing yet another aspect of his musical spectrum. While the first two albums featured only instrumental tracks, "Facades" are the first two pieces in which Orson Hentschel works with text as a main musical element for his composition, although he approaches vocals from a rather particular perspective.For Hentschel, the spoken word is always music and thus not different than any other instrumental input or sound layer. Consequently, he is only interested in the sound of the spoken words on Facades, but not in any content they convey. The idea for Facades was born at a time when Hentschel was struggling with a writer's block for several days in a row. He realised that just writing about nothing was the only honest way for him to express himself through text as a medium. After doing some research on the subject he found John Cage's "Lecture on nothing" which has appeared in the book "Silence" (1961). This encouraged him to work out his idea and he wrote a German text which then Danhee Joe, an accidental acquaintance of his, translated into Korean and spoke with her warm voice. Thus Orson Hentschel used the text in the same way as he uses any sound material - it is transformed into something else, it is being alienated. The spoken words are embedded in repetitive and minimal-minded electronic sound layers which even penetrate primordial technoid territories. However, sticking to his trademark long arcs of suspense, the listener has to wait until the last two minutes of the second track for the first, cathartic beat.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Facade I 6:27 02. Facade Ii 7:48

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Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 26-01-2018
Item # : 510371     
Availability: IN STOCK
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4 - HENTSCHEL, ORSON - FACADE (10") - (EP) 
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Only six months after his sophomore album, which has showcased a "tense repetition of short phrases, often building big, dramatic pieces starting with a single stuck-in-the-machine sound" (Decoder) and an "analogue cyber trip-hop of an impres- sive depth of focus as an acoustic furniture for an apocalypse lounge" (Groove), Hentschel returns with a two-piece EP showcasing yet another aspect of his musical spectrum. While the first two albums featured only instrumental tracks, "Facades" are the first two pieces in which Orson Hentschel works with text as a main musical element for his composition, although he approaches vocals from a rather particular perspective.For Hentschel, the spoken word is always music and thus not different than any other instrumental input or sound layer. Consequently, he is only interested in the sound of the spoken words on Facades, but not in any content they convey. The idea for Facades was born at a time when Hentschel was struggling with a writer's block for several days in a row. He realised that just writing about nothing was the only honest way for him to express himself through text as a medium. After doing some research on the subject he found John Cage's "Lecture on nothing" which has appeared in the book "Silence" (1961). This encouraged him to work out his idea and he wrote a German text which then Danhee Joe, an accidental acquaintance of his, translated into Korean and spoke with her warm voice. Thus Orson Hentschel used the text in the same way as he uses any sound material - it is transformed into something else, it is being alienated. The spoken words are embedded in repetitive and minimal-minded electronic sound layers which even penetrate primordial technoid territories. However, sticking to his trademark long arcs of suspense, the listener has to wait until the last two minutes of the second track for the first, cathartic beat.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Facade I 6:27 02. Facade Ii 7:48


Format: EP

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 11-05-2018
Item # : 510372     
Availability: IN STOCK
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5 - HENTSCHEL, ORSON - FEED THE TAPE - (CD) 
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Although Hentschel went through a classical musical education, his compositional techniques are by far not traditional. In fact he does not start with a musical idea, but with searching for suitable sound material. His interest lies in sounds and samples which had been used in a music or film music context before - film audio tracks, soundtracks, music albums, internet, sound libraries etc. He estranges this source material in order to create his own sound - hence the name of his debut album. Hentschel's interest in polyphonic vocal music from the late middle ages - especially ars nova and trecento - stems from his earlier study of musical science in Vienna and Dresden. For this reason two of his pieces (Florence, Slow-Moving) contain music from this epoch in a processed form.Hentschel does not consider himself as a composer of contemporary music, but as a multimedia artist. He developed his own audiovisual performance, based on the interplay of light, visuals and fog. Moreover he is supported by live drummer Lukas Baumgart and together him and Hentschel create an energy which can be heard as well as felt. His aim is to take the listener on an hour-long journey which brings him to the limits of what he can bear. This is achieved by extended repetitions and long arcs of suspense rather than sheer volume.

TRACKLISTING: 01. 16 Mm 7:30 02. Harmonica 5:52 03. Feed The Tape 4:40 04. Slow-moving 10:15 05. Noise Of The Light 7:04 06. Shirari 8:16 07. Florence 7:41 08. What's Going On 8:13

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Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 26-02-2016
Item # : 484385     
Availability: IN STOCK
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6 - HENTSCHEL, ORSON - FEED THE TAPE - (LP) 
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Although Hentschel went through a classical musical education, his compositional techniques are by far not traditional. In fact he does not start with a musical idea, but with searching for suitable sound material. His interest lies in sounds and samples which had been used in a music or film music context before - film audio tracks, soundtracks, music albums, internet, sound libraries etc. He estranges this source material in order to create his own sound - hence the name of his debut album. Hentschel's interest in polyphonic vocal music from the late middle ages - especially ars nova and trecento - stems from his earlier study of musical science in Vienna and Dresden. For this reason two of his pieces (Florence, Slow-Moving) contain music from this epoch in a processed form.Hentschel does not consider himself as a composer of contemporary music, but as a multimedia artist. He developed his own audiovisual performance, based on the interplay of light, visuals and fog. Moreover he is supported by live drummer Lukas Baumgart and together him and Hentschel create an energy which can be heard as well as felt. His aim is to take the listener on an hour-long journey which brings him to the limits of what he can bear. This is achieved by extended repetitions and long arcs of suspense rather than sheer volume.

TRACKLISTING: 01. 16 Mm 7:30 02. Harmonica 5:52 03. Feed The Tape 4:40 04. Slow-moving 10:15 05. Noise Of The Light 7:04 06. Shirari 8:16 07. Florence 7:41 08. What's Going On 8:13


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 2
Release date: 26-02-2016
Item # : 484386     
Availability: IN STOCK
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