The Berlin based artist collective "bohemian drips" collaborated with the Norwegian sound designers from "KLX Audio" for their first vinyl release: "Zuhause im Weltall". A record containing binaural Kunstkopf recordings, that were quite literally captured in the Berlin underground. The concept of the LP marks a counterpoint to contemporary production and recording habits: Six bands and artists were invited to compose a piece of music referring to the reverberations of a 60 meter-long underground tunnel under the old Kindl Brewery in Neukölln where Portishead recorded their masterpiece "Machine Gun". Through its uniquely special reverberations, the architecture provided an immediate feedback to the artists, so the space's response influenced all their soundworks. All of this was captured with the human listening perspective of two extremely sensitive 3D Kunstkopf microphones so that the listener transcends quite literally into the scenario. The vinyl is limited to 300 copies and features six compositions over 30 minutes by Jochen Arbeit (Einstürzende Neubauten), Clockyangé a.k.a. Anklepants & RATBAG, Mini Pops Junior, Matti, DYN and Kolophonium.
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