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live at Pampin, 26.09.15
curated by Herbert Hundrich
photography by Philipp Maron
recording, mastering and design by EMERGE


released October 2, 2016


EMERGE & DON VOMP haben ihre seit mindestens 2009 bestehende und in Schiphorst oder beim Lab30 vertiefte Partnerschaft beständig erneuert. So auch bei Live at Pampin (ACK 1030, CD-R), am 26.9.15 in Ziegendorf. Dorthin muss man in Meck-Pom irgendwo mal links abbiegen. iTunes weiß den abwegigen Titel 'Stepping into The Darkness' für das steinig prickelnde, fein angeschliffene Geriesel des Green Grass Konzerts der beiden da inmitten von bernsteinfarbenen Fiberglas Objekten von Herbert Hundrich. Der klackende Steinklang ist eine dezente Verbeugung vor Hundrichs Academy of Stone, der Steinschlag und das gewittrige Aufrauschen aber reine Phantasie bei hellem Sonnenschein, Emerges Kapuze diente bloß der Imagepflege, so wie die Geige dem silberhaarigen 'Fiedler' lediglich als Klangquelle mit Gitarrenpotenz dient.



Label boss Emerge teams up with Don Vomp, who has six entries on Discogs, all in some way recorded with Emerge. Here they have a live recording from September last year made at Pampin, where ever that is. As far as I know Don Vomp is a violin player, and Emerge is well, Emerge; armed with sampling devices and electronics picking up the sound from Don Vomp and treating them. Here in a recording that lasts thirty-seven minutes. This is quite a fine work. It's not easy to see what the violin is doing here, if in fact it is that what he plays, but there is an excellent vibrancy in this work, of sounds moving around, very dry and very wet in the mix, moving forward, backward, up and downward; crackling, drone like but it doesn't become static, which is a great thing I think. It's almost the sound of burning fire that we hear in this release, along with someone fiddling about with the equalization, playing with some of the more extreme frequencies at both the high and low end of the piece. There is no noise blast at the end, which is good for a change. This is surely one of the best of Emerge's recent releases.





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