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Machinefabriek Vinyl, CD & tapes from Norman Records

Rutger Zuydervelt
Astroneer - Volume 2

Machinefabriek man Rutger Zuydervelt self-releases his second volume of music from the soundtrack to the game Astroneer - Volume 2; following hot on the heels of Volume 1, logically enough. The music plays continuously during the game and reacts to gameplay, actions and events. Soft, spacey sounds for generati...view item »

Celer & Machinefabriek
Greetings From

Two drone geniuses get together and improvise their way through a bunch of live performances, then set their exemplary work down for Greetings From. Celer and Machinefabriek used their improvised, free form approach to playing together as a way of producing the strangest results poss...view item »

Banabila & Machinefabriek
Banabila & Machinefabriek

I have here a CD by a man whose music I have heard, Machinefabriek aka Rutger Zuydervelt, and a man whose name is not familiar to me at all, Michel Banabila (although further investigation reveals he’s made loads of records and reveals me for what ...view item »

Banabila & Machinefabriek
Macrocosms

Regular collaborators Michel Banabila and Rutger Zuydervelt are back at it as Banabila & Machinefabrie...view item »

Machinefabriek
Colour Tones

What does the colour Green sound like? Machinefabriek attempts to answer that question, then asks the same of Red, Grey, Blue, Brown, Mosaic (?) on another alluring release, this time on Fang Bomb. Is it possible to evoke colour in pure sound? Hide the track titles from you friends and ask what they see to these...view item »

Machinefabriek
Halfslaap

This sounds like a gorgeous piece. Originally intended as a one minute soundtrack for a video poem, it has been expanded to a 17 minute movement that employs a twinkly, shimmering music box style sound. This is, to my ears, one of Mr Fabriek's most sublime efforts that takes the form of a fragile chamber ambient piece over being a piece of perpl...view item »

Machinefabriek
Slovensko

Machinefabriek has a rather swish looking 7" out on new label Eat, Sleep, Repeat. 'Slovensko' sounds like our man Rutger is walking across town during a trip to Slovakia with a recording device picking up all sorts of sounds around him, you can hear traffic, at one point it sounds like he's passing a construction site, possibly some train soun...view item »