Thursday, May 24, 2012

Forthcoming on KSV, Pt. 1

KSV 204: Thieves' Who's Who (Wouter Jaspers & Tom Smith) - Unfrozen Inset.

We don't do promo, but we always cooperate with mags/blogs/sewer taggers who are willing to buy our rarefied wares. Some of them even write about what they have heard...


Composed and performed by Wouter Jaspers & Tom Smith.

Recorded live at Brunnen 70, Berlin, December 4, 2011.

"Version" mixed by Paranoid Leather at KSV HQ, May 2012.

Edited for release by Karl.

Mastered by Linda, Viola & Uwe at Slab Alucard, Cluj-Napoca.

Design by Obduktionsbefund, Berlin.

01 Performance (30:43)
02 Version (24:54)
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"Intangible spheres of expectation - the oozing, implying... More bound of logic, prone and expressive, enigmatic. Albums are the abstract new linen, with recordings still full of bells. (Bells.) Exceeding largely (or exceeding closer states), dilated, instinctive brilliance - ambient realities, textures date cassettes, each year hungry. Too succinctly soon, a frictional Word-state, questioning certain altered, surreal senses. Words convince sounds, bound certain times, and time bounds constantly unadorned suspensions of expectation.. Vision is overlooked whilst most sound leaves us shapeless. R.I.P., overlooked brilliance! Leave the revealed thaw a scope of brilliant years! The scope should devour hungry kinetics, hungry for replica time, yet questioning the linen. Seeking words light on dissonance, quarantined sounds date certain records. Thieves' Who's Who exploit evidently surreal and subtle weight tweaks. They've unadorned succinct vocals which ring of the thaw. Their 'cassettes' are prone to expressive blessedness; they convulse cassette albums while unique spaces compel dream traumas. Of these connections, dilated integers fulfill dissonance. A rarefied, synthesized sphere, the weight and width of which evolves the listener into a replica. An album this human is then doubly rarefied, and with expectations utterly overlooked, the reveal is evidently plush. Unfrozen Inset is a lushly intangible oozing."

- Dexel, Raum-Zeit No. 26, June 2012

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