KLINT | TAPE | 2017
"Klint will have you feeling like slipping through the cracks down into micro-organic territories. Said to have been sampled from “odd sources” you can easily imagine Struck pulling out his microphones to record watery sounds from a river on ‘Errors‘, weird electronic bleeps from telephonic interference, all kinds of distortions and static-filled effects, and other improvised drums made out of objects from the everyday life – ‘Klint‘, ‘Torn‘, ‘Snake‘. It’s also what confers its genuine uniqueness to his subtly-arranged concert of the common: these troublingly ordinary sound bits suddenly brought to harmonic elevation, eventually composing a balance as they progressively blow away the fully discordant nature of their uncooked essence." – INVERTED AUDIORecorded, more or less spontaneously, between June and December 2016 at home. Based on sampling from odd sound sources, random data streams and the usage of microphones and various synthesizers.