Wooden Veil
Wooden Veil
Label ©  Freibank
Release Year  2009
Length  48:57
Genre  Experimental
Personal Star Rating [1-5]  
  Ref#  W-0072
Bitrate  320 Kbps
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    Track Listing:
      1.  
      Red Sky   (Hanayo/Christopher Kline/Dominik Noé/Marcel Türkowsky
       2:26  
      2.  
      Shiverings   (Hanayo/Christopher Kline/Dominik Noé/Marcel Türkowsky
       2:54  
      3.  
      Moon and Hamburg   (Hanayo/Christopher Kline/Dominik Noé/Marcel Türkowsky
       3:25  
      4.  
      Gravity Problems   (Hanayo/Christopher Kline/Dominik Noé/Marcel Türkowsky
       7:38  
      5.  
      Wooden People   (Hanayo/Christopher Kline/Dominik Noé/Marcel Türkowsky
       4:00  
      6.  
      Red Desert   (Hanayo/Christopher Kline/Dominik Noé/Jan Pfeiffer/Marcel Türkowsky
       4:58  
      7.  
      Bird Shaped   (Hanayo/Christopher Kline/Dominik Noé/Jan Pfeiffer/Marcel Türkowsky
       3:29  
      8.  
      Gloom Across the Ice   (Hanayo/Christopher Kline/Dominik Noé/Jan Pfeiffer/Marcel Türkowsky
       6:18  
      9.  
      Ying Liss   (Hanayo/Christopher Kline/Dominik Noé/Jan Pfeiffer/Marcel Türkowsky
       6:42  
      10.  
      Church Scream   (Hanayo/Christopher Kline/Dominik Noé/Marcel Türkowsky
       7:07  
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      This Berlin-based group have been active since 2007, combining the talents of artists Marcel Turkowsky, Hanayo, Christopher Kline, Domink Noe and Jan Pfeiffer, who each seem to spread themselves between a number of different projects. Interestingly, Noe is credited as a member of "krautrock legends Lustfaust", which is the fictional band created by conceptual artist Jamie Sholvin for the 2006 Beck's Futures exhibition, which might prompt you to think that Wooden Veil re made up too. There's definitely some sort of music on here though, and it takes the aesthetic of primitive, almost tribal sounding rhythmic improvisation and wild, spiritual drone. The Likes of 'Ying Liss' and 'Gravity Problems' seem to take on a strange ceremonial quality, while the likes of 'Red Sky' converges on an occult folk feel and 'Shiverings' launches an explosion of industrial rock and punishing rhythmic interjections.
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