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HATI - Works for Scrap Metal

Format: CD
Label & Cat.Number: Eter etcd06
Release Year: 2007
Note: greatly designed silkscreen-cover made from very thick cardboard, special packaging, numbered. ed. of 500
Price (incl. 19% VAT): €13.00


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Sehr schne Edition (dickes Siebdruck-Falt-Cover, Booklet) und Verdeutlichung ihres Konzeptes "Recycled Sound Installation".
Alle erzeugten Klnge wurden auf Alltags-Schrott-Materialien (sowie daraus selbst gebauten Instrumenten) & rein akustisch aufgenommen.
Die Benutzung von "Abfall" in einer eigentlich sinnentfremdeten Art & Weise kann aus HATIs Sicht zu einer erhhten Sensibilitt & neuen Zugangsweisen fr die sthetik der Alltagswelt fhren, und somit das Bewusstsein verndern oder erweitern. Im Vordergrund stehen dabei Gruppenerfahrungen von Katharsis, die whrend der Konzerte stattfinden sollen (weshalb HATI auch v.a. eine live-Band sind).
"Works for Scrap Metal" beinhaltet eher ruhiges Material, HATI kitzeln dronig metallurgene & rauschende Pulses & Obertne aus ihren Objekten, nicht nur live ist das ein Erlebnis, ein fast schon rituelles Eintauchen in die Mikrostruktur von Klang !

"New CD - includes music composed and performed on recycled instruments. Performed and recorded 'live in studio' by Rafal Iwanski and Dariusz Wojtas, Studio Eter, Torun, Poland. Track list: 1.Springs; 2.Barrels I; 3.Shakers; 4.Chaingong; 5. Barrels II; 6.Lidgong; 7.Coverchains; 8.Barrels III. Works for Scrap Metal is the intrinsic part of the project 100% Recycled Sound Installation. The booklet contains photos and 2 articles - by Rafal Iwanski and dr Darek Brzostek In the land of intonarumori ( historical outline of using recycled instruments in music on 20. century and nowadays). Texts in polish and english.The cover and the booklet are made of ecopapers = really nice edition." [label info]
"There's a really elegant economy of means about HATI's approach to music - out of quite humble, often improvised, acoustic instrumentation, they manage to create eloquent and evocative works. I'm tempted to dub what they do musica povera, after the arte povera art movement epitomized by the mixed media work of Joseph Beuys. But regardless of what you call it, HATI's music is innovative and inspired. As far as I'm aware, nobody else is doing quite what they're doing at the moment, although they have affinities with Z'EV (who's both toured and made an album with HATI) and ritual ambient acts like Terroritmo, COTA and Chaos As Shelter" [Simon Collins, JudasKissMagazine]

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