A review of this recent release is available.
This is a collection of historical recordings, dating back primarily to the sixties-seventies, with a selection that accomplishes meticulous research into early Danish electronic avant-garde. This CD collects experiments done with the help of seminal analog instrumentation, in studios where it was easy to find DIY mixing console, between ‘sine-wave’, ‘pulse’, ‘noise-generators’ and ‘ringmodulator’, and where, more often than not, several racks full of effects, microphones of every kind and tape recorders could be found.
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