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Die Schacht - Halber Selbstbetrug album download
Post-Punk, Noise, Lo-Fi
  • Performer:
    Die Schacht
  • Title:
    Halber Selbstbetrug
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  • Style:
    Post-Punk, Noise, Lo-Fi
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  • Size FLAC version
    1260 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1817 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1851 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.2
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    943
  • Formats:
    ADX AIFF DMF AUD ASF VOC XM

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Siltbreeze (catalog number SB-165). This album was released in 2014 year. US. Format of the release is.

On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Die Schacht - Halber Selbstbetrug. Photo of Die Schacht - Halber Selbstbetrug. More albums of Die Schacht: Halber Selbstbetrug. This album was released on the label Not On Label (Die Schacht Self-released) (catalog number none). This album was released in 2012 year.

Die Schacht ‎– Halber Selbstbetrug. Label: Siltbreeze ‎– SB-165.

Siltbreeze US. Format: 7" Cat: SB 165 Released: 28 Feb 14 Genre: Indie.

Die Schacht - Halber Selbstbetrug INFO für Kunst und Musik. Like Kassettentäter!!! Woah! Die Schacht - Halber Selbstbetrug. This contemporary Berlin outfit’s musikalische klänge is so perfectly informed by the bare-knuckled scrappers of the Neue Deutsche Welle fringe that one might half-expect to find a matrix for Pure Freude, Rondo or Moderne Musik Tontrager scratched into the runoff. But, no, it’s here, it’s now, and it’s the first German release ever on Siltbreeze. If the frenzied staccato of .

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Contemporary Berlin outfit whose musikalische klänge is so perfectly informed by the bare knuckled scrappers of the Neue Deutsche Welle fringe one might half expect to find a matrix for Pure Freude, Rondo, or Moderne Musik Tontrager scratched into the runoff. But no it's here, it's now, & it's the 1st German release ever on Siltbreeze. Das Name or Mittagspause is what helps goose the lederhosen up the legs, then Die Schacht's gurgling oink is the perfect lube to slap them around the hips.

Selbstbetrug by Nujoom Al-Ghanem. Beim Einschlafen habe ich mich von Neuem betrogengehofft der Vogel mge wieder an mein Fenster klopfenden Balkon anfliegen den friedlichen Morgen. Selbstbetrug - Poem by Nujoom Al-Ghanem. Beim Einschlafen habe ich mich von Neuem betrogen, gehofft, der Vogel möge wieder an mein Fenster klopfen, den Balkon anfliegen, den friedlichen Morgen aufschrecken. Der Vogel, der in jedem Winter bei uns war, schon zwitscherte, ehe er uns erreichte. Erinnerst du dich an den gereckten Schnabel?) Die Zeit regt sich kaum, während ich auf eine Geste warte, die alle Stille aus dem Zimmer schiebt. Plötzlich ist die Nacht angebrochen, und das Tagesende hat sich an ihrer beißenden Kälte verbrannt.

Tracklist

A1 Finsternis
A2 Kratzer
A3 Zwang & Nachweis
A4 Position
B Untitled

Notes

"Ein Schrank voll Mitleid, ein kalter Kaffee zu Weihnachten"

Gaiauaco
An off-shoot from the mighty Hiroshima Bird Market collective, Die Schacht are a mysterious entity that I'm wild guessing, are a duo, based on the Baader Meinhof gun touting twosome on their webpage... but question marks aside, this totally hits sound-wise...The first side is a solid chunk of head shrieking metronomics... smothered in bassy transits and overwrought in thirsty shards (or should that be barbs) of pylon guitar. A rhythmically sharp and feisty beast, with that transistorised megaphone of vox hooking you into to some uber addictive rockstar mimicry... The flip side changes dynamics completely, strips it all back in to a Casio whine over bone china beats, a vibe that has that childlike stare of early Pram or Smog… A real nice post-punk experimental slant to it... contrasting ultimately with the punk(ish) 'A' side ... intimately lit and full of quirky angles ending on a screamed abruptness… A great slice of life from the Berlin underground with a gas-masked trench lady cover that's hard to forget...http://rottenmeats.blogspot.com