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The Moritz Von Oswald Trio operates at the bleeding edges where musical lineages collide.
Альбом · 2012 · Песен: 4. Доступно с подпиской на Apple Music. Бесплатная пробная подписка.
This album has an average beat per minute of 120 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 120/120 BPM).
Keyboards, Electric Piano – Moritz von Oswald. Mastered By – Götz Rieth. Percussion – Vladislav Delay. Photography By – Claus Richter, Cosima Von Bonin. Recorded By – Teo Schulte. Recorded By, Mixed By – Tobias Freund. Mastered at Eastside, Berlin. Thanks to Laurens and the Oswald family, Cosima von Bonin, Honest Jon's and Hard Wax, Carl Craig. Comes in a gatefold cover. Track durations don't appear on the release.
In regards to overall mood, Fetch echoes the trio's debut: all shadowy hues and lurking atmospherics that betray von Oswald's roots in post-punk's dystopian temperament. These qualities are particularly effective on the opener "Jam," an artfully syncopated workout with Sebastian Studnitzky on trumpet and Marc Muellbauer on bass (both guest musicians help make it the most Davis-flavored piece the trio has yet to record).
Moritz Von Oswald Trio’s third studio album, Fetch, continues the expansion of the minimal techno group’s improvisational template. Considering the group’s previous releases, Fetch is more focused than the hazy, drawn-out Horizontal Structures, and it adds an array of sounds that weren't present on the stripped-down exercise Vertical Ascent. Fetch finds the Trio still using the ess tracking that has served them well.
Moritz Von Oswald Trio.
Fetch further cements the Moritz Von Oswald Trio's status as a unique voice in modern electronic music - as supple, intuitive and alive as the most exploratory of jazz. Recorded in August 2011, Fetch finds von Oswald, Loderbauer and Ripatti in a darker and more driving mood than on previous albums. As with their previous recordings, at the roots of the Trio's third studio album lie the same concerns which informed von Oswald's pioneering work with Mark Ernestus as Basic Channel, Maurizio and Rhythm & Sound. Many of the sonic signatures persist - silvery clouds of reverb, heavily effected dub chords, the grounding rumble of sub-bass, motifs repeated and twisted to every angle. Fetch's second track Dark is a monolithic steppers' in slo-mo, recalling Rhythm & Sound at their densest, most dread.
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|HJRLP67||Moritz Von Oswald Trio||Fetch (2xLP, Album)||Honest Jon's Records||HJRLP67||UK||2012|
|PCD-93559||Moritz Von Oswald Trio||Fetch (CD, Album)||P-Vine Records||PCD-93559||Japan||2012|
|HJRCD 67||Moritz Von Oswald Trio||Fetch (4xFile, WAV)||Honest Jon's Records||HJRCD 67||UK||2012|
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