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"Pick-up is a new duo of Martin Luiten (Girlfriends, Uw Hypotheek Advies) on guitar and Frans de Waard on laptop. Two gorgeous pieces of digital blues? Well, whatever. Forthcoming is a LP on Important Records and one on Plinkity Plonk." (label info)
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"On March 14th 2008 the 2LP 'Audioscoop' was released, with a.o. a track by Kapotte Muziek. At the presentation I did a remix in the style of 'Captured Music' (on Selektion), using a lot of the sound material from the 2LP. This has become 'Capture'." (label info)
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"Piano sources recorded on boxing day, transformed in the days after with the final mix on new years eye 2007. Moody textured music with a bite." (label info)
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"Re-issue of a long out of print classic Beequeen work, based around various text by land artist Richard Long. " (label info)
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"You obviously remember the split LP that me and Roel Meelkop did for Stichting Mixer (and if you don't: I have some left). Originally it was supposed to be a CD called Kapotte Muziek by Kapotte Muziek, which each of the three members doing a piece of twenty minutes, ...
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"Howie and I have been working for years on various things, which found their origins in a spoken word tape. Volume 0 was part of Kapotte Muziek's 4CDR boxset on Audiobot and Volume 1 was released by Absurd, all ages ago. We planned to work on a volume 2 and I made some ...
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"Of course the temptation couldn't be resisted, and it had to be made: Elise de Waard is probably the world's youngest field recordist, and her first release is all about movement. Recordings of train, machines, boats, belly, balls and voice make this into a lovely ...
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"The shortest Wander release, all computer based. One piece, called 'Wander'. What else do you expect?" (label info) businesscard CDR
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"When I was in Washington I stayed with Jeff Surak of Zeromoon, Sonic Circuits and Violet fame. And someone whom I know for over twenty years now. Previous arrangements never worked out to record, but on September 11th we sat down and record some music, which in edited ...
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"On Sunday afternoon the 23rd of September 2007 Kapotte Muziek played their very first all acoustic concert on the streets of Tilburg as part of Acoustic Noise which was again part of ZXZW. Highly curious 15 minute concert, and the recordings are likewise curious, with ...
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"A remix of my own 'Vijf Profielen' is now part of my live set, whenever I am asked to play under my own name. This recording was made at the Sonic Circuits festival in september 2007." (label info)
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"Radboud and I played an improvised concert at the Garage festival in 2002, which Radboud later mixed, but perhaps we never shopped hard enough for a label. Out of the five finished tracks, I choose three. It shows our interest in minimalist rhythm and a bit of noise." ...
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"Colin was one of the founding members of Zion Train and a regular visit to the Amsteram shop I was once at. He liked experimental music and one day mailed me a bunch of sound material from his solo project Pantonal. I reworked them, but didn't mix it, which I left for ...
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One day I was invited to play a solo concert as Kapotte Muziek, almost to coincide with the twenty years of existence of Kapotte Muziek, in October 2004. The recordings of that concert have been worked through extensively and found, at least for a while, a place in my ...
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Recently Beequeen completed their latest CD 'Sanddancing', which is now being produced by Erik Drost and which will be released by Important Records somewhere towards the end of this year. 'White Bike' was supposed to be on there, but both Freek and me thought the ...
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Let's forget what I said about not doing work by others... still no need to send in your demo, as I won't listen, but I made this exception for my closest musical compadres, and of course Roel Meelkop is the fastest of the lot. I know we got both thrilled when we first ...
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About a year ago I learned my first musical partner in Kapotte Muziek commited suicide in 2002, which came as quite a shock. This piece is built of electronic sounds recorded at EMS in Stockholm in December 2006 and various field recordings from my archive, not mixed ...
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That lovely twenty minute piece that was previously released by Twenty Hertz in their 'Drone Works' series, but since it's discontinued, I thought it would be a good idea to do a 'repress', this time on a 3" CDR, with a somewhat different cover (from the same series of ...
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Originally the first four parts were to be released on a compilation by Ideal Records, but after having the piece for two years, they decided they wanted some drone music, which this is not. I added two more parts and now it becomes available again. It's a bit harsher ...
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The reason for starting this little enterprise. A studio version of a piece presented on June 3rd 2007. A short concert with this piece, being a remix of Dagpauwoog, the local sad song trio which stopped their activities. While rehearsing this, I thought it would be a ...
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