Jaeger, Kassel: Swamp / Things

Jaeger, Kassel SKU: 40568560
Jaeger, Kassel: Swamp / Things

Jaeger, Kassel: Swamp / Things

Jaeger, Kassel SKU: 40568560

Format: VINYL LP

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Description

Title: Swamp / Things
Artist: Jaeger, Kassel
Label: Shelter Press
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 769791976955
Genre: Electronic

Vinyl LP pressing. "As a child, almost every Sunday, I was wandering in the countryside, and usually, I was finding myself in my favorite spot: a swamp. Air was different. Trees were dead, but not really dead. Soil was swaying of clear water, and an everlasting mist was suspended all over the place. No one was there and nothing could happen even if some animal tracks were here to prove me I was wrong. Much later, one of my masters made always this joke about my music. He said I was composing swamps, I guess because of the lack of demonstrative musical shapes and articulations. At the same time, he was acknowledging that I was building a "climate". It took me then almost 30 years to understand why I was so fond of swamps. It's because a swamp is an intermediary space of the organic becoming and the blurry space suspending the cycle of the utilities, which is the cycle of history.

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