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Re-Issue of Centrozoon’s Bigger Space available again

Centrozoon - Bigger Space DVDAs part of its 10th anniversary celebrations, Burning Shed brings Centrozoon’s Bigger Space back into print
Deleted for over five years, the dvd-r offers a fascinating perspective on the short-lived Bowness, Reuter & Woestheinrich incarnation of the band.

Recorded in the Autumn of 2003 and filmed at a small-scale warm-up performance, Bigger Space is a unique document featuring hidden extras and the beautiful black and white images of photographer Telemach Wiesinger.

This short but compelling release provides an ideal companion to 2004’s Never Trust The Way You Are.

Featuring seven songs (one hidden), web links, a photo gallery and an audio outtake from NTTWYA, Bigger Space represents the only time this version of Centrozoon were captured on film and provides an intriguing opportunity to witness a remarkable band in intimate surroundings.

Presented with new artwork, this is available as NTSC Region 0 and should play on most players worldwide.

http://www.burningshed.com/store/label/product/138/3156/

Conrad Schnitzler & Bernhard Wöstheinrich – 20070709

Conrad Schnitzler (1937 – 2011) has been a prolific German experimental musician, he has been a major, though reclusive, figure on the European music scene since the late 1960s. Schnitzler was an early member of Tangerine Dream (1969 – 1970) and a founder of the band Kluster. He left Kluster in 1971, first working with his group Eruption and then focusing on solo works.

Bernhard met Conrad to do an interview for the German KEYBOARDS magazine in 2007.
There was an instant connection between the two, so Conrad gave Bernhard 4 CDs to to work on, i.e. to produce a new record from the source material.

The re-mix was done using an automatic self-referential audio process, the result of which was slightly re-arranged by Wöstheinrich afterwards.

A compelling abstract 62 minute landscape of industrial beauty.

credits

released January 1, 2009


conrad schnitzler: source recordings 00/079, 00/186, 00/194, 00/223bernhard wöstheinrich: interactive remixing

mastered by markus reuter