Faitiche Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records
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.
- Vinyl LP (FAITBACK10)
- £19.99 £14.99 (saving: £5.00)
- In stock and ready to ship
- Limited edition
- Last copy
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.
Andrew Pekler has a curious proposition for you: Tristes Tropiques, it would appear, has been designed to feel like field documentation of an alien world. Wobbly, twinkly, fuzzy, hazy sounds all jostle around awkwardly, giving off a very strong atmosphere. Although what atmosphere exactly, no-one can say… Vinyl release on Faitiche.
Masayoshi Fujita & Jan Jelinek
Masayoshi Fujita prepares his vibraphone with pieces of metal, toys, and percussion while Jan Jelinek layers his micro loops around his performance. Their second collaborative album after playing live together for ages, the result is a bizarrely jazzy minimal electronic soundscape, kind of James Bond bad guy esque.