Here's a lovely mysterious CD on SPEKK from minimal supergroup Piiptsjilling, who feature two Kleefstra brothers and Rutger "Machinefabriek" Zuydervelt as well as someone I'm not familiar with, Mariska Baars. 'Molkedrippen' is their second album, a seven-piece suite of improvisations for guitar, vocals and electronics, performed with no prior preparation.
This quartet are all subtle and patient practitioners so despite the improvised nature of this music it never seems cluttered, hurried or overtly discordant. Guitars throb and shudder and drone over cool, calming electronic atmospherics, and every now and then someone says a poem. It's all very "beard", cerebral music for serious, intense listening, but I can't argue with the subtle, sensitive and detailed execution. If droney improvised guitar-and-electronics soundscapery with intermittent poetry recital sounds exciting to you, this is probably the finest example of the genre you'll hear all week.
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