Muschelkalk, which is the German word for shell-bearing limestone, is formed by the processes of deposition and solidification of shells, skeletons or calcareous residues of creatures that formerly lived in salty and fresh water areas millions of years ago.
On a rattling conveyor belt, the combine for self-referencial music recycling from Berlin-Kreuzberg, Reichenhall, hauls the debris from the past into the present day and creates a groovy distillate from it.
The artwork of the cover depicts a disused industrial site in Rüdersdorf near Berlin, where shell limestone deposits were processed.
Bernhard Wöstheinrich: Sequencer, Keyboards & Synthesizer
Lukas Radiomodul: Loopmachine
Mathieu Sylvestre (SONUS EORUM): Looper and Electronics, Real-time Sound Transformations (on “Muschelkalk”, “Euphotic Zone”, and “Phonolith”)
Edited & produced by Lukas Radiomodul and Bernhard Wöstheinrich
Mastering by Markus Reuter
Artwork by studioflokati.de
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