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Jonathan Scherk & Daniel Majer
It's Counterpart

Jonathan Scherk & Daniel Majer are a pair of musicians from in and around the post-rock scene in Vancouver. They are both solo artists in their own right, but on It’s Counterpart, seem to have found that their two styles are able to blend together. It is an album of sound collages sourced from YouTube, field recordings and those records you find for a quid in charity shops

Andrew Pekler
Sounds From Phantom Islands

As a highly artful and introspective curation, Andrew Pekler brings us his 'Sounds From Phantom Islands'. The piece is designed to soundtrack an online interactive map - which features that were once found on nautical maps, but have never been confirmed to actually exist. Close your eyes and be immersed in the foggy and floating beauty of this ten-track-long maritime expedition.

Gramm (Jan Jelinek)
Personal Rock

This is the debut album of Gramm, aka Jan Jelinek, two decades old this year. Personal Rock is not rock, it is luscious loop-based night-time cool-party music, made with delicious electronics. This material is a bit more forward in its beats and house stylings than Jelinek’s better-known work, but it is still gorgeously subtle. Reissued on vinyl by Fatiche.
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ASUNA & Jan Jelinek
Signals Bulletin

Jan Jelinek, meet ASUNA. Mr ASUNA here plays organ in a very deliberate way, sustaining long tones through the use of sticky tape. Jelinek meets these drone tone clusters with synthesiser and loops (of course!) of field recordings, and the whole thing adds up to a gorgeous textural and quasi-rhythmical experience. Signals Bulletin is released by Faitiche.

Jan Jelinek & Computer Soup
Improvisations and Edits, Tokyo 26.09.2001

On the 26th September 2001 four men, Jan Jelinek and Computer Soup, sat on the floor of a Tokyo living room and improvised for three hours. They used a trumpet, and various toys and electronics. The group then edited separately, resulting in this, a weird and unique exploration of creativity.

Jan Jelinek
Loop-Finding-Jazz-Records

Released in 2001 Loop-Finding-Jazz-Records by Jan Jelinek has sat on so many people’s wish list since because it has not been repressed once. Well, major props to Faitiche for answering the call, not only as a double vinyl but with two bonus tracks taken from the Tendency EP. Micro sampling ambient techno at it’s very best.