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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

NEWS: Another set of shows produced while in lockdown. Listen out for strained voices.

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Heaven And

Heaven And
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™With the music of Heaven And, elements of the diverse musical styles from the last five decades are clearly discernible. Sometimes elements of the blues stick out, while at other times elements of heavy metal, post rock, avantgarde, free jazz or noise are up front, so that the listener keeps wondering what it is theyre hearing. One clue to this is the list of participants on this project - from musicians such as MARTIN SIEWERT (guitars, lap steel, electronics, keyboards), TONY BUCK (drums, percussion), STEVE HEATHER (drums, marimba, percussion) and ZEITBLOM (bass, keyboards) one has never heard a single stereotypical sound. ALEXANDER HACKE (Einsturzende Neubauten) guests. These four individuals create their music without making the slightest compromise, sounding only like they themselves could in this constellation - which renders all attempts at describing their music futile. The one thing that can be said is that their music teems with energy and a take no prisoners-attitude. And everything has been played in real time, thus harking back to the production methods of an era in which the computer was not yet the supreme ruler in the studio.
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