re-release of album from 2004.
originally published on CD-R via phonector
long-time deleted item
This album is made entirely in Reason in 2003/2004 and shows quite good the development of my Clikno concept.
Here I started to implement my self-recorded field recordings and found sounds.
Voices, acoustic sounds and instruments were fragmented, re-arranged and heavily manipulated to find new contexts in music and sound.
Instruments / sounds
Reason, plastik cups, metal lids, wooden platform, voices, guitar, field recordings
The album title means "escape to Barbylon" - a reverse escape
and a word-game between bar and babylon
- the bar as a projection for our desires, for getting lost, finding new friends and getting drunk - escaping our individual loneliness...
- babylon as the place of imprisonment, impiety, sin, arrogance, abundance and the origin of the languages
released 06 January 2014
Bérangère Palix - voice on 2
Emiko Sato - voice on 1 / 7 / 9
Jakob Hildenbrand - mastering
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