Swipe

Cheap Thrills Records

Vinyl LP pressing. In 2015, Bernhard Lang was approached by Sebastian Berweck to compose a piece for his Berlin-based synthesizer trio Lange // Berweck // Lorenz. Considering his musical background and his roots, Lang saw this offer as double opportunity, one of them being a chance to compose an ultimate tribute to one of his musical heroes, electronic pioneer, Klaus Schulze. On the other side, "Cheap Opera #1 "Répétitions" turned out as Lang's most political piece to day: his merciless comment on fake patriotism... Both pieces continue Lang's trademark loop aesthetics tradition, however, in a more abstract manner
Vinyl LP pressing. In 2015, Bernhard Lang was approached by Sebastian Berweck to compose a piece for his Berlin-based synthesizer trio Lange // Berweck // Lorenz. Considering his musical background and his roots, Lang saw this offer as double opportunity, one of them being a chance to compose an ultimate tribute to one of his musical heroes, electronic pioneer, Klaus Schulze. On the other side, "Cheap Opera #1 "Répétitions" turned out as Lang's most political piece to day: his merciless comment on fake patriotism... Both pieces continue Lang's trademark loop aesthetics tradition, however, in a more abstract manner
769791981553

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: GOD RECORDS
Rel. Date: 07/29/2022
UPC: 769791981553

Cheap Opera 1 Repetitions / Dw30 Loops For Klaus
Artist: Bernhard Lang
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
Wish

Formats and Editions

More Info:

Vinyl LP pressing. In 2015, Bernhard Lang was approached by Sebastian Berweck to compose a piece for his Berlin-based synthesizer trio Lange // Berweck // Lorenz. Considering his musical background and his roots, Lang saw this offer as double opportunity, one of them being a chance to compose an ultimate tribute to one of his musical heroes, electronic pioneer, Klaus Schulze. On the other side, "Cheap Opera #1 "Répétitions" turned out as Lang's most political piece to day: his merciless comment on fake patriotism... Both pieces continue Lang's trademark loop aesthetics tradition, however, in a more abstract manner
back to top