Frozen Reeds Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records
A release from the Frozen Reeds label is a rare treat indeed: this one especially so. This appears to be the only recording of Julius Eastman’s Femenine in existence, and it has never(!) been released before now. A lengthy ensemble work of gorgeous minimal motion, performed by the S.E.M. Ensemble in 1974. Frozen Reeds CD.
Roland Kayn was a member of the ground-breaking avant-garde improvisational group Gruppo Di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza and then went on to create his own long-form electronic experimentations. Here Frozen Reeds have uncovered a piece he made in 2009, 14 hours long across 16 CDs going though musique concrète, electroacoustic and everything in between. A journey through sound like never before.
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Thomas Brinkmann? Yes, I'll hold. The same tone. Forever. That's what our cerebral techno man did on What You Hear (Is What You Hear), a record of focused longform musings that droned, crackled and popped. He follows up with this CD on Frozen Reeds. A Certain Degree of Stasis is a tribute piece to the visuals of Agnes Lux, and so focuses on a variety of differently bold textural work -- it can be towards the overwhelming side of the spectrum or go super minimal. Frozen Reeds have said you can play it "in conjunction" with previous releases if you want... to get your neighbours... knocking...?