Hologram Summer 2019 CD-Rs

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Hologram Summer 2019 CD-Rs

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Label: Hologram Label

Format: CD-R

Year: 2019

Five new discs available separately or as an alluring value pack:

  • Cultural Fog – NYE

  • Modelbau – Mirror Image

  • Modelbau – The Fever

  • Dion Kerr Trio – In the Roots

  • Angelo Bignamini – Bugs

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“A misty, post-joy freefall into deconstructed “Rock” euphoria. Its title suggesting the inebriated small hours of a New Year, inspiring the members of Cultural Fog to just roll tape and ride the ether. Drums impersonating wafting incense, beneath a haze of melted Shimmy Disk dirge. Comfort music for psychopaths, my brain is squirming like a toad.” - R Vergez

“Both “The Fever” and “Mirror Image” are released simultaneously by Miami’s Hologram Label,
and they work nicely as a complementary pair. “The Fever” is pretty close to ambient music, at
least as close as de Waard gets with Modelbau. Minimal crumples and clatters form an acoustic
baseline for otherworldly feedback filigree. By the middle of the album, some distant machinery
and inhuman growls interrupt the otherwise pleasant drift with an implacable menace that soon
dissipates into a grey fog. If “The Fever” sounds like a half-remembered and vaguely disquieting
dream, “Mirror Image” is the sound of waking up and slowly realizing that everything is okay. Rich
tones establish a firm presence in reality, grounded and secure. A serene mood permeates all six
tracks, unhurried and unworried by whatever nonsense was cooked up by nervous neurons the
night before.” - Howard Stelzer

Angelo Bignamini is an experimental musician from Italy.
He focuses his musical research on the manipulation and treatment of home sounds, radio waves, field recordings and synthesizers using analog devices such as reel to reel tape recorders, cassette players, microphones and speakers….This work wants to represent a bugs' ecosystem using recordings captured from human cities and radio electromagnetic waves. Sounds was deformed, manipulated and relocated through a tape machine and a sampler.” - Hologram