Label: Bureau B - BB117 • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic, Non-Music • Style: Field Recording, Ambient, Abstract
During the six years that passed between Schneider TM 's third album, Whats Your Mamas Name - Various - Southern Comfort Mluvitand its follow-up, Construction SoundsDirk Dresselhaus concentrated on other projects, including soundtrack work and noise projects.
Those extracurricular activities, along with the frequent renovation Año 2000 - Miguel Ríos - Big Band Rios surrounding his East Berlin apartment, provide the backbone of Construction Sounds Um Gosto De Sol - Milton Nascimento - Ao Vivo, a suite of tracks built from field recordings of the construction sites around his home.
These pieces are a far cry from Dresselhaus ' previous Schneider TM work, which was as indebted to contemporaries like Mouse on Mars as it was prescient of the sound of Morr Music's playful electronic pop throughout the s. While electronic artists using found sounds as sample fodder is nothing new -- nor is finding inspiration in a building site's mix of chaos and repetition -- Dresselhaus finds his own niche. Construction Sounds often feels like a soundtrack in its subtlety, complexity, and cohesion, in large part because Dresselhaus avoids as many preconceptions about this kind of project as he can.
He doesn't chop up his samples in typical ways -- there are no jackhammer beats here, and he thankfully avoids making any sonic puns about "industrial" music -- which makes the results much less predictable and more satisfying. Despite being awash in the noise of progress for years, Dresselhaus keeps Construction Sounds on the subtle side, only turning to the pounding, squealing reality of building something for brief interludes like "Container Redux.
This track and the evocatively named "Grinder in the Sky" have a hypnotic harmony to them that suggests all the machines are working in perfect order to create the world's most beautiful building, while "Container"'s ghostly screeches and "Bimanual Complexity"'s throbbing electronic pulses hint at a more ominous side to the proceedings.
Blues Classical Country. Electronic Folk International. Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Container - Schneider TM - Construction Sounds Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date October 9, Styles Indie Electronic.
Recording Location Constructionsite Studios, Berlin. Imagination Introspection Reflection Solitude. Track Listing. Construction Sounds. Dirk Dresselhaus. Schneider TM. Grinder in the Sky. Container Redux.
Bimanual Complexity. Construction Sounds Dirk Dresselhaus. Container Dirk Dresselhaus. Pneumanisch Dirk Dresselhaus. Grinder in the Sky Dirk Dresselhaus. Container Redux Dirk Dresselhaus. Bimanual Complexity Dirk Dresselhaus.
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Oct 09, · Despite being awash in the noise of progress for years, Dresselhaus keeps Construction Sounds on the subtle side, only turning to the pounding, squealing reality of building something for brief interludes like "Container Redux."Released on: October 09,
Despite being awash in the noise of progress for years, Dresselhaus keeps Construction Sounds on the subtle side, only turning to the pounding, squealing reality of building something for brief interludes like "Container Redux.".
Track List [Disc 1] Construction Sounds Container Pneumanisch Grinder In the Sky Container Redux Bimanual Complexity [Disc 2] Construction Sounds Container Pneumanisch Grinder In the Sky Container Redux Bimanual Complexity Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
Despite being awash in the noise of progress for years, Dresselhaus keeps Construction Sounds on the subtle side, only turning to the pounding, squealing reality of building something for brief interludes like "Container Redux."8/
Construction Sounds by Schneider TM, released 28 September 1. Construction Sounds 2. Container 3. Pneumanisch 4. i started recording and kind of enjoying the sounds and patterns which the construction workers were creating and realised that they consciously or unconciously also used their tools as sound devices and even reacted to.
gram LP version with CD. With Construction Sounds, Dirk Dresselhaus aka Schneider TM processes a time when he was surrounded by constant clatter, noise, sawing, drilling, hammering, chipping, etc., in the former working-class district of Prenzlauer, Berlin. It happened like this: While improvising at home with his electronic equipment, Dresselhaus at some point noticed that his music .
Dirk Dresselhaus, aka Schneider TM seems to have cracked it, after living with the scourge construction noises for seven years, he decided to respond to this annoyance by turning it into music on the aptly named album, Construction Sounds. Every noise in Construction Sounds is taken from local construction in Dresselhaus’ neighbourhood Author: Nick Cowan.