Thomas Fehlmann Boser Herbst Import LP
Thomas Fehlmann Boser Herbst Import LP
Genre: Electronic
Label: Kompakt
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,

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Thomas Fehlmann Boser Herbst Import LP

Thomas Fehlmann

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SKU:
KOMLPI432
UPC:
4250101422720

Past & Present Come Together On This Vinyl LP!

For Böser Herbst, Thomas Fehlmann returns to the sediment of ages, drawing from a similar lexicon of sounds to that used on 2018's 1929 - Das Jahr Babylon. Like that album, Böser Herbst was produced as the soundtrack to a documentary made by Volker Heise, Herbst 1929, Schatten Über Babylon, which offers historical insight to the third season of the television series, Babylon Berlin. It adds yet another string to the bow of this most forward-thinking and creative artist, whose history takes in NDW (Palais Schaumburg), techno (3MB) and psychedelic ambience (The Orb), plus a clutch of gorgeous solo albums that explore wide terrain, from the dancefloor through supine home listening to compelling soundtrack work.

Fehlmann's approach here was to "capture" samples of contemporaneous music, "picking up the dirt and dust of original 1920s archive sound and music excerpts and shaping the essence into this selection of tunes," he recalls. After delivering the material to the editing room, Fehlmann "threw all the pieces up in the air, deliberately lost the overview in consequence, researched the atmospheric thread and assembled it for this album." That explains the singular nature of the material here, and its ability to sit together so neatly and discretely, as its own entity. For Böser Herbst is a music box of possibilities, shadowed by its historical provenance, but never crudely beholden to it, rather "keeping the references only as a distant nod, a scent."

It's certainly an evocative listen, a cornucopia of textural pleasure and sensual, tactile assemblage. The spiraling, psychedelic cycle of "Karnickel" winds its way between the ears like thread to the needle; "Mit Ausblick" immerses the listener in deep, gaseous tones, only to be lifted into the air by the glassy drones of "Umarmt." "Wunschwechsler" crackles with the unpredictability of weather systems while a guitar-like loop unspools across the horizon.

Throughout, you can catch tiny tastes of the source material, but they're pressed into greater service, Fehlmann using these sources for their evocative capacity and then saturating them with grain and rumble, abstracting outwards. It's a music of temporal disjuncture and clairvoyant resonance, "speaking with the past - alert, distant and quixotic."

Features

  • Vinyl LP
  • Mastered by Mike Grinser at Man Made Mastering
  • Limited time album download code
  • Import
  • Made in Europe

Selections

Side 1:

  1. Vergessen
  2. Karnickel
  3. Mit Ausblick
  4. Umarmt
  5. Abgestellt

Side 2:

  1. Vulkan
  2. Wunschwechsler
  3. Auf Die Spitze
  4. Freche Freunde
  5. Überschneidungen
Description

Past & Present Come Together On This Vinyl LP!

For Böser Herbst, Thomas Fehlmann returns to the sediment of ages, drawing from a similar lexicon of sounds to that used on 2018's 1929 - Das Jahr Babylon. Like that album, Böser Herbst was produced as the soundtrack to a documentary made by Volker Heise, Herbst 1929, Schatten Über Babylon, which offers historical insight to the third season of the television series, Babylon Berlin. It adds yet another string to the bow of this most forward-thinking and creative artist, whose history takes in NDW (Palais Schaumburg), techno (3MB) and psychedelic ambience (The Orb), plus a clutch of gorgeous solo albums that explore wide terrain, from the dancefloor through supine home listening to compelling soundtrack work.

Fehlmann's approach here was to "capture" samples of contemporaneous music, "picking up the dirt and dust of original 1920s archive sound and music excerpts and shaping the essence into this selection of tunes," he recalls. After delivering the material to the editing room, Fehlmann "threw all the pieces up in the air, deliberately lost the overview in consequence, researched the atmospheric thread and assembled it for this album." That explains the singular nature of the material here, and its ability to sit together so neatly and discretely, as its own entity. For Böser Herbst is a music box of possibilities, shadowed by its historical provenance, but never crudely beholden to it, rather "keeping the references only as a distant nod, a scent."

It's certainly an evocative listen, a cornucopia of textural pleasure and sensual, tactile assemblage. The spiraling, psychedelic cycle of "Karnickel" winds its way between the ears like thread to the needle; "Mit Ausblick" immerses the listener in deep, gaseous tones, only to be lifted into the air by the glassy drones of "Umarmt." "Wunschwechsler" crackles with the unpredictability of weather systems while a guitar-like loop unspools across the horizon.

Throughout, you can catch tiny tastes of the source material, but they're pressed into greater service, Fehlmann using these sources for their evocative capacity and then saturating them with grain and rumble, abstracting outwards. It's a music of temporal disjuncture and clairvoyant resonance, "speaking with the past - alert, distant and quixotic."

Features

  • Vinyl LP
  • Mastered by Mike Grinser at Man Made Mastering
  • Limited time album download code
  • Import
  • Made in Europe

Selections

Side 1:

  1. Vergessen
  2. Karnickel
  3. Mit Ausblick
  4. Umarmt
  5. Abgestellt

Side 2:

  1. Vulkan
  2. Wunschwechsler
  3. Auf Die Spitze
  4. Freche Freunde
  5. Überschneidungen
ISBN
ASSOC
R
Genre
Electronic
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
Inventory
3.00
Construct
0
Dropship
0
Record Speed Record Size
12"
Artist
Thomas Fehlmann
Title
Boser Herbst
Composer
Additional Artists
Record Weight
Record Speed
33RPM
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Creation Date
02-25-2021
Release Date
06-04-2021
Scratch & Dent
0
Availability
In Stock
Format
Vinyl
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