Black Stepdad Damo Suzuki mr. schmuck`s farm Michael Beckett ronald lippok pani k video claas großzeit ATK beautiful new born children psychedelic hip young things guitar improv electronic music hildur gudnadottir trip shrubb soundtrack A S S locust fudge fuchs & beckett reinhold friedl zeitkratzer real time video clip new album Einstürzende Neubauten improvised music noise improv dance acoustic versions joanna dudley improv Station 17 field recordings ambient Pan sonic schneider fm filmmusic free download tuesday weld Improvisation experimental drone Bureau B super reverb schneider tm und lustfaust Freeform Noise Construction Sounds Jochen Arbeit Takehito Koganezawa Ilpo Väisänen exclusive audio Guitar Sounds Angel Live Tomoko Nakasato kptmichigan Dirk Dresselhaus Schneider TM

Angel – Terra Null.

Angel album Terra Null. (eMEGO 2014) feat. guest appearances by Hildur Gudnadottir & Lucio Capece is now available at MWM:

Angel – Terra Null.

New Angel album Terra Null. (feat. Ilpo Väisänen, & Dirk Dresselhaus + guest appearances by Hildur Gudnadottir & Lucio Capece) available now via Editions Mego.

MR SCHMUCK’S FARM (Hildur Gudnadottir & Schneider TM) – GOOD SOUND – from 2005 is now available as download :

CD available at: Oral Records

Hildur & Schneider met in 2004 in Berlin’s partyzone and found out they were both living in the same neighbourhood. Soon the idea came up to do some music together. One fine day Hildur came over to Schneider’s house/studio and brought her cello. Before they even started talking or drinking coffee, the track my favourite caucus airchamber was recorded. After that they met occasionally to play some game of bowls in the park or have one or two drinks together. A couple of weeks later the second track inspired by a common love of Sun Ra music (don’t give up, what is death?) was recorded just like the first one…but this time she also brought her zither, accordion and saw…. no talking, no specific ideas, no direction: just Hildur playing over and over the acoustic instruments and Schneider processing them live on his mixing-desk. A couple of weeks later Hildur moved back to Iceland to finish her electro acoustic studies and Schneider visited some jail to work on German gangster-rap with some prisoners. When Hildur came back to Berlin to join Angel for their drone-set in October 2004 at Club Transmediale, the time was right to record the track not all crows are black. Then, one afternoon, the Schmucks appeared at Schneider’s studio, but this is another story…

Schneider TM & Tomoko Nakasato – guitar & dance performance on 03.12. at MADEIRADIG 2011

Great reviews at The Quietus by Wyndham Wallace

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and Berliner Zeitung by Jens Balzer

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Schneider TM – Cäcilie Awestruck

20.11.-21.11.: Dirk Dresselhaus (Schneider TM, Angel), Ilpo Väisänen (Angel, Pan sonic), Michael Beckett (Kptmichigan, Schneider TM), Ronald Lippok (To Rococo Rot, Tarwater), Tomoko Nakasato (JINN) will play 24 hours nonstop concert (16:11 h – 16:11 h) generated with Heinrich von Kleist’s biomass at Kleistfestival / Maxim Gorki Theater, Berlin + a drone concert (00:00 h – 01:00 h) on 3 churchorgans in a nearby church.
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ANGEL – 26000

Angel is Ilpo Väisänen (Pan sonic) and Dirk Dresselhaus (Schneider TM) who play time-transcending freeform sound, weightlessness and gravity of electromagnetic signals together since 1999.
The 5 tracks describe the last period of a 26000 years long cycle that leads to a new situation on this planet.
26000 was recorded between 2008 and 2010 at Construction Site Studios in Berlin & Ilpo’s cottage in Karttula, Finland and features guest appearences by Hildur Gudnadottir, BJ Nilsen and Oren Ambarchi.
The repertoire of the instruments is very wide: glassbowls, metal objects, pieces of wood, grass, birds, dragonflies, lake echo, smoking box and the regular electronic equipment as well as acoustic instruments.
It’s all good in the tummy, bwoys, because the Black Sabbath parts were totally AC/DC. 

” nothing is wider than empty things ” (francis bacon)

” time is the accident of accidents ” (epi kuros)

DAMO SUZUKI & SOUND CARRIERS

Damo Suzuki (ex Can) + Ilpo Väisänen (ex Pan sonic, Angel) + Dirk Dresselhaus (SchneiderTM, Angel) + Michael Beckett (Kptmichigan, Super Reverb) + Claas Großzeit (Saal-C) + Tomoko Nakasato (JINN)

ANGEL & TOMOKO NAKASATO : LIVE IN TURKU

New Angel studioalbum in September 2011

Angel * 26.000 * album.snippets by Angel*noise

The new Angel album with the title 26.000 (featuring Ilpo Väisänen, Dirk Dresselhaus + guestperformances by Oren Ambarchi, Hildur Gudnadottir and BJ Nilsen) will be released via Editions Mego (LP/CD) and MWM (download) in September 2011. A brief prelistening-edit of the album is now available at SoundCloud !

SPECIAL XMAS OFFER / NEW ANGEL ALBUM

Dear All,
XMAS OFFER…..50% OFF
due to the up and coming birthday of our lord and saviour, we have decided to knock 50% off of everything in our shop (offer lasts until the 31st December). just shop regularly, go to the checkout, fill in your details and where it say discount coupon, type : xmas. then send off your order. you`ll be redirected to paypal and the 50% will be take off automatically……awright!!!!

ANGEL – HEDONISM

in co-operation with Editions Mego (who will release the cd-digipak version, again designed by Stephen O`Malley), we proudly present Angel`s second studio album : Hedonism.

Despite only being released now ‘Hedonism’ is actually the first studio album by Dirk Dresselhaus and Ilpo Väsiänen as duo, a project which started in 1999. 5 years in the making and being started before Hildur Gudnadottir joined forces, ‘Hedonism’ is collision of urban and rural settings.
The opening five blistering tracks retain a full in sci-fi punk feel being made in Dirk’s Berlin studio. Tracks such as ‘Holding Loose’ and ‘Adrenaline Strike’ are brutal urban mantras bristling with energy. These are followed by electro-acoustic exercise manipulating various concrete sources, leading up to the final 2 pieces recorded at Ilpo’s lakeside
cottage in the wilds of northern Finland. Here fragile field recordings of insects, fish eating mosquitos, birds mesh with the duos shiny electronics to create the massive ‘Mirrorworld’. The closing ‘Hornet’ while stating a calm atmosphere has a somewhat startling surprise in store for the listener

take care,
MWM