• What is in my wantlist 1

    13 Feb 2008, 20:47 by stean-k

    So what records are there in my wantlist. First of all there is the re-issued Through Friendly Waters from Kettel. Which is a really great album. The only reason i didn't buy the original when it was released is because i was hoping for a vinyl release, which unfortunately never came to see the light of day.

    Also Kettel latest album Whisper Me Wishes is on the list. It is a more freeform jazz inspired album which starts off with a lot of rappid changing patterns and sudden off beat parts in Any Waken Sly Blonda but than slows down to slower songs who all tend to evoke their own specific mood, like the classical
    Twijfel Doubt Hesitation.
    There are 500 pieces of this album on vinyl and one of them is going to be mine i hope :)

    Video clip of Coddle by Kettel from his last album:
    http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=K3oNo83wRew

    The Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation is another candidate on the list. The second cd that spawns from the collaboration between Gideon Kiers, Bong-ra and a couple of guest artists. …
  • Kettel - Whisper Me Wishes (Clone), Seabear - The Ghost That Carried Us Away (Morr…

    13 Jan 2008, 18:21 by fatandconfused

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    Kettel - Whisper Me Wishes (Clone)
    An album that is as wonderful as the title would suggest, flitting between rubbery electronica last done so well by the much missed Fortdax, and modern classical pieces of heartbreaking beauty such as Twijfel Doubt Hesitation & De Manke Das with their aching cello lines. Now Find Another Moon covers ground previously trod by Worlds End Girlfriend (these are my Velvet Underground, a benchmark for anything remotely on the brink of tragically beautiful) in a less grand way yet still well worth your attention.
    Despite the clear distinction between sounds and genres the album still manages to maintain a stability rarely seen on such brave attempts to bring vast variety to an album whilst maintaining the artist’s identity. On the more electronic side tracks such as the Plaid like Coddle stand out along with the Teutonic sounding opener Any Waken Sly Blonda or And…