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Format: LP
Label & Cat.Number: Karlrecords KR021
Release Year: 2015
Note: AIDAN BAKER improvises here on guitar with IDKLANG aka MARKUS STEINKELLNER (who is also a guitarist) for a fully psychedelic and krautrocking instrumental trip, quite introspective and clear sounding, with nice quasi harmonics, effects, the finding and dissolving of gentle structures... lim. 300
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"Format: LP (180gr, silk-screened sleeve, download code, 300 items)

Release date: june 5th 2015

AIDAN BAKER (NADJA, B/B/S/) joins forces with IDKLANG aka MARKUS STEINKELLNER for two epic instrumentals, melting ambient, drone and krautrock into a psychedelic trip of pure beauty.

For years now AIDAN BAKER has proved himself one of the most productive and versatile artists when its about postrock, drone or ambient. Since his beginnings
in the early millennium, the guitarist has released numerous albums with his duo NADJA, CAUDAL, B/B/S/, solo and in various collaborations with artists like TIM HECKER, THISQUIETARMY or TROUM, documented on labels such as ALIEN8, IMPORTANT or MIASMAH. In The Red Room presents BAKER, currently living in Berlin, in a duo constellation with IDKLANG aka MARKUS STEINKELLNER (guitar), member of JAKUZIS ATTEMPT and ARKTIS/AIR, who in the past has besides his own projects worked with ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE, AVA MENDOZA or EUGENE S. ROBINSON (OXBOW). With their guitars and effects the two create a gentle, yet uncanny ambience that unfolds in two epic pieces, each clocking in at around 20 minutes. As often with BAKERs music, In The Red Room transgresses genres and instead melts their diverse elements into one: ambients detailed sound design is paired with drones experimental guitar approach and krautrocks repetition for a psychedelic excursion of pure beauty. 180gr LP incl. download code, housed in a silk-screened sleeve, in a limited edition of 300 copies.

something really new in Bakers extensive output pure improvisation, inspiration out of the moment. A fascinating LP. Unruhr.de " [label info]