We Bring Light – indeed

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I just received copies of the very first Ezdanitoff CD ‘We Bring Light’. In Seeptember 2010 Wouter visited Nijmegen a couple of days, preparing some things which I forgot, and we stayed a day of 2 (or 3, perhaps) in my studio at Extrapool recording with analogue synthesizers and sound effects. Wouter mixed a couple of tracks which we released as a 3″CDR to sell on the road in Denmark and Lithuania, and then early 2011 I mixed those four plus 3 more for the ‘complete’ version. So these are a bit different. I added some more synths, some more effects, field recordings and superimposed two pieces into one (‘Our Russia’) and think this is a great CD. Jos Smolders did the master, Rutger Zuydervelt created a fine cover, and Silentes from Italy released it. I have some copies to sell. Synthimental love songs!

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About fransdewaard
Probably most known from his ongoing work with Kapotte Muziek (a group that fully concentrates on recycling through musique concrete) and as one half of ambient sound-artists Beequeen. As well as writing the informative and acclaimed weekly newsletter "Vital Weekly", Frans De Waard also founded the Korm Plastics label in 1984, initally only offering cassettes, but since 1992 offering an ever-growing catalogue of CDs and vinyl of contemporary experimental music.

4 Responses to We Bring Light – indeed

  1. ini.itu says:

    great news ! really looking forward to hearing this one, as i tremendously enjoyed the fore-runner 3″ ( had the same experience with Scott Foust’s 3″ on moll and his full album later on). hmm, that and the last beequeen album, might be time to think about a Korm Plastics bundled order… watch your mailbox 😉

  2. frans de waard says:

    i will then, sir!

  3. Synthimental love songs – what a great title for an album!
    Ezdanitoff IS a great album, highly recommended

  4. frans de waard says:

    well, its not something i though of myself, but i think got it from ende shneafliet. as a duo around this time of the year we could have called ourselves synth & piet

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