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Burnt Friedman - Zen Aku EP - out on Nonplace



Burnt Friedman Zen Aku EP
Burnt Friedman - Zen Aku EP
(12") Nonplace NON31, 2011-06-10

Burnt Friedman rattles the pots and pans and also presents his latest technological breakthrough in the form of the rubber band guitar. He is careful to provide in his orchestrations the outer-rational sound of things banging into other things, or scraping across them, or being struck by a human hand. Guest appearances come from Joseph Suchy, electric guitar, Daniel Schroeter, bass, Hayden Chisholm, reeds and Takeshi Nishimoto, Sarod. The limited edition sleeve artwork was created by Berlin artist Theo Altenberg. Expect a rhythmic journey of percussion, guitar, sarod, steel pan and rubber band box. Housed in limited edition sleeve artwork.

Burnt Friedman Zen Aku EP
Burnt Friedman - Zen Aku EP
(12") Nonplace NON31, 2011-06-10

Tracklisting :
01. Zen' Aku 6:05
02. Nin' Nin Keppo 4:18
03. Shikaku Kankei 5:40
04. Rimuse 5:59

Links :
burntfriedman.com
myspace.com/berndfriedman
nonplace.de
myspace.com/nonplace
discogs.com/label/Nonplace
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Mo Mo ·  16 September 2011, 02:51

For info this ep is vinyl only, not available as a digital download.


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