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there has been a connection between carl michael and raster-noton since the early days of the label.
first meeting was at documenta x in kassel in 1997 where carsten nicolai, olaf bender, frank bretschneider, mika vainio and c.m.v. hausswolff came together to do a spontaneous session at kassel autospindel. their common interest in focusing on underrated qualities of sound or music has brought them together.
above all carl michael von hausswolffs work is about presentation of static quality of his sounds. a fluent flux of energy. the presence of a sound as aesthetic statement.
even so hausswolffs release on raster-noton is about "ström". a 50 minutes basswall that causes different reactions while listening, but always somehow changing the time as frame, manipulating your feelings depending on listening situation.
release date: 2001-04-01
media: compact disc
label: clear series
ström | 48:15