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NADJA / AIDAN BAKER / LEAH BUCKAREFF - Trinity

Format: CD
Label & Cat.Number: Die Stadt DS107
Release Year: 2008
Note: One long NADJA-track & two solo-tracks by both NADJA-members; released in conjunction with NADJA live-show in Bremen 20.April 2008. Numbered edition of 500 copies
Price (incl. 19% VAT): €13.00


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Als NADJA zusammen mit ALLSEITS in der "Friese" in Bremen auftraten, gab DIE STADT diese CD heraus, mit dem wohl ersten verffentlichten Solo-Track von der weiblichen NADJA-Hlfte LEAH BUCKAREFF! Dieser erscheint tatschlich wie ein Gegenpart zu AIDAN BAKERS Musik-Kunst, ist aber bassiger & abgrndiger, pulsierend & gefhrlich ... allein dieses Stck "Socorro" wre das Geld wert! Ansonsten gewohnte Klasse !

"A special NADJA CD also feat. one solo track by both members Aidan Baker & Leah Buckareff. Released in conjunction with a live performance on 20. April 2008 in Bremen. Limited edition of 500 numbered copies in full color sleeve. Total playing time: 38:35 min.
Track listing:
1. Aidan Baker 'Carrizozo' 10'31
2. Leah Buckareff 'Socorro' 10'42
3. Nadja 'Jornada del Muerto' 17'22 " [label info]

"Die Stadt always takes great care of their artists. Once you belong to the label, the label will carry all your releases, and when in Bremen, Stadt of Die Stadt, the artists will play and there is a CD for the occasion. This trinity of a matter of one plus one is three. Nadja is the duo of Leah Buckareff and Aidan Baker, so they can do three things on the same night. On April 20th (a day with historic significance... Bebe Barron died that day this year for instance) they visited Bremen and on 'Trinity' there are two solo pieces and one duo piece. It's interesting to see how things add up, or perhaps don't. Nadja is in full form here, with a loud rocking piece: the drum machine hammers time away, while guitar and bass play distorted, meanwhile looping their sound. A strong 'hole' in the sound adds an odd angle to the piece. A far cry away from Baker's solo piece, made of carefully strummed guitars which are looped around. Drones are faded in over the course of ten minutes and things remain subtle. In the middle, literally, is Buckareff solo for bass. Also starting out quiet things are unmistakably but the distortion pedal is already lurking underneath and adds a more noisy tone to the music. If these names don't mean anything to you, but see their music all around, then this is absolutely a fine place to start. Trademark pieces everywhere." [FdW / Vital Weekly]

label-website: www.diestadtmusik.de