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1. live @ H2
„Die Zwei - contemporary / extraordinary / passionate”
curated by Jetzt Musik - Augsburger Gesellschaft für Neue Musik e.V.
H2 - Zentrum für Gegenwartskunst im Glaspalast, Augsburg,14.11.2015

2. live @ Die Ganze Bäckerei
Augsburg, 10.04.2016

photography by Adam Mankowski

recording, mastering, and design by EMERGE


released July 23, 2016


With guitarist H. Lillmeyer, Sascha Stadlmeier played twice, and from both concerts there are bits on the 'Zwie-Spalt' release. Here too I must admit I get something that I wasn't expecting, although I am also not sure what I was expecting then. Maybe I thought of another Emerge-like ride through samples, delay and reverb, but the two apply quite a bit of silence in their music, especially in the first piece, which I thought was a really great sound collage. Guitar and samples are used sparsely and with a maximum result towards intensity. The second, longer, piece has less silent moments but here too there is much room for cutting sound out of the mix, and continue with something entirely different, usually something quieter and building a new crescendo. The first piece made the most impact, but both of them I thought were quite good.



bis auf ein wenige soundsekunden langes arpeggio soundlich und spielerisch völlig abstrakte (gitarren) experimentalmusik mit dem faktor stille als gleichberechtigten partner. die cdr dokumentiert zwei auftritte von h. lillmeyer zusammen mit sascha stadlmeier in augsburg. beide stücke bleiben im vergleich zu vielen anderen vertretern der (gitarren) experimentalszene relativ kurz, vordergründig hörbare effekte bleiben, wie auch ausgedehnte noisefahrten außen vor. und besonders auf dem auftaktstück „live @ h2“ gelingt es den beiden sich völlig von allen sounderwartungen an gitarre zu lösen und (bis auf das schon benannte, in diesem zusammenhang fast wie ein gewolltes zitat wirkende arpeggio) eine art geräuschhaft / tonale musik / stille konstruktion zu entwickeln, die gleichzeitig auf experimentalhaltungen wie (vom „arrangement“) auf klassische musik zu verweisen scheint. und das ganze, „trotz“ hyperabstrakten sound, durchaus irgendwie einladend für die hörer; perfekt! das zweite stück, „live @ die ganze bäckerei“ ist soundlich und spielerisch tendenziell etwas rauer, arbeitet stärker mit sounddopplungen und überlagerungen, atmet aber den gleichen gestus bei längerer laufzeit und einem etwas flächenhafteren ansatz. und, für die musiker unter den hörern, mit ein wenig mehr hinweisen auf das wie.

schöne grüße




This release includes two live recordings of H. Lillmeyer and Sascha Stadlmeier, both recorded in Augsburg during 2015. and 2016. First one is recorded at H2 – Zentrum für Gegenwartskunst im Glaspalast and the second one is recorded at Die Ganze Bäckerei, so you’ll get two recording sessions at the price of one, which is cool to me. Sound can be best described as a giant clash of musique concrete and ambient drone with tons of various sounds included at the both recordings. First recording session delivers eight minutes of quality sound exploration mixed up with experimentations on a guitar, but the guitar is probably overlayed with some effects, so you won’t recognize it at the first moment. Everything is well combined and I simply love how both artist deal with their equipment. Also, I like the idea of minimalism of this recording session with all volume ups and downs during their performance. Second recording brings more complex sound, but at the same vein as their previous collaboration. This time, their performance have some industrial approach with tons of machines, scratches, chains and ambient loops. The thing that impressed me the most is the quality of all loops and sounds they’ve used on both recordings. All tones are listenable despiting the fact they are overlayed at the moments. This record deserves your full attention.




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