Greetings from KSV Zentrum!
Karl and stooped insiders are preparing a month-long new release fiesta set to begin Friday. Gird exposed loins and open the moth-ridden vaults, because you'll want more than an arthritic handful.
On October 30th we'll be re-releasing our document of late September's sterling Silke Arp Bricht performances by frequent Caroliner contributor Core of the Coalman and Hannover improvisor Pit Noack (it sold out so quickly that even our regulars were unable to obtain it, so we're issuing a one-time-only second edition of five); at the weekend we'll also be offering the debut Atelier Grammophon performance by superb Hannoverian avant-concrète duo Generator 2 (KSV 049).
These releases will follow, accompanied by the usual nervous tics and deafening borborygmi:
To Live and Shave in L.A. - Die Fehde des Gemischs (KSV 030). Three discs. We know you've been waiting...
TS - To Which Clotted Horrors Do You Fail to Refer? (KSV 041). Fifty-plus miniatures, sung and performed by our initialed resident hierophant. Many moons in the making.
Withered Runes - Unworthy Censer (KSV 047). Relics of the late 60s Cambridge scene, fondly dismembered.
40 Berlin Versions (KSV 050). A five-hour birthday party is cross-sectioned. Consider this as a warning.
Crvi - 2 Adaptive Behaviors (KSV 051). New sounds from Split, Croatia's wormiest overlords!
And a still-unnamed album from our Romanian mastering prodigies Linda, Viola & Uwe (KSV 052)!
Plus: Tom Smith - Naturally Occurring Black Metal λόγος (KSV 044). An 80-page photo-book with accompanying CD. Strictly limited edition of ten. 45 Euro, postpaid. Once they're gone, they're gone to Norway.
And, at the beginning of December, What's a qNadsat Word for Tank Jazz?, a hulking 10-month anniversary box containing the first 50 KSV releases, two bonus CDs, a DVD, and a poster. Limited edition of 10. 160 Euro, postpaid. Each takes a week to assemble, so if you've an interest, reserve your place in queue now!
You know where to ask and what not to wear. Avanti!