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Assemblage 07:04
Finissage 26:04
Demontage 05:51


Assemblage / Finissage / Demontage is the process the new trio of Joker Nies, Ulrich Phillipp and Peter Geisselbrecht is proposing for their new release FINISSAGE. Joker Nies, the elektro-sapiens experimenting with a wide range of electronics for live improvisation and sound design; Ulrich Phillipp, the bassist working in the areas of improvised and experimental music, sound installations, audio art and performance; and Peter Geisselbrecht, who is prolific on the keys as well as the inside of the piano - this trio's approach includes the "assemblage”, creating a base for sounds to interact with; "finissage" to further differentiate their sounds in real time; and "demontage", a playful deconstruction of all that has been created before.


released May 8, 2018

Joker Nies - electronics
Ulrich Phillipp - bass and electronics
Peter Geisselbrecht - piano

Recorded Live at Alte UB, Gießen, Dec 1, 2017, by Ulrich Phillipp
Mixed and Mastered at KlangBureau.de by Joker Nies

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The Acheulian Handaxe appeared first around 1.4 million years ago. For about 1 million years it was used by early humans throughout the Pleistocene period without significant design changes. Modern archeological evidence suggests that the handaxe was more than just a tool, and was used for elaborate social displays and for sexual selection. ... more

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