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New From ECM: R. Villalobos, M. Loderbauer “Re: ECM”


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R. Villalobos, M. Loderbauer Re: ECM
ECM 2210, 2211

Ricardo Villalobos electronics
Max Loderbauer electronics

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Ricardo Villalobos

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Max Loderbauer

“Berlin-based DJs and composers Ricardo Villalobos and Max Loderbauer – two of the best-known names in contemporary electronica – share their admiration for music on ECM in a unique double-album of specially-created “sound-structures”. Their project Re: ECM will bring the label’s music to a new listenership. It is certain to be one of the most talked-about albums of the season. Using original ECM recordings as a starting point, Villalobos and Loderbauer create new music that bridges several worlds, including ECM’s world of space-conscious improvisation and composition and the worlds of ambient electronics and minimal techno. Source materials on Re: ECM include recordings of Christian Wallumrød, Alexander Knaifel, Louis Sclavis, John Abercrombie, Bennie Maupin, Arvo Pärt, Wolfert Brederode, Paul Giger and more – looped, sampled, remixed and reworked in evocative new treatments. Pleased with the duo’s creative response to his productions Manfred Eicher gave them carte blanche to carry on experimenting with the ECM titles of their choice. Eicher subsequently supervised the mastering of Re: ECM in Munich, completing a unique sonic experience.


Manfred Eicher

CD1
Reblop
Recat
Resvete
Retimeless
Reemergence
Reblazhenstva
Reannounce
Recurrence
Requote

CD 2
Replob
Reshadub
Rebird
Retikhiy
Rekondakion
Rensenada
Resole
Redetach

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