Veldwerk

by Machinefabriek

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  • The compilations I released on Cold Spring for a special price. All three come in nice matte finished digipacks with corresponding artwork.


    "More ghostly than ghastly, Zuydervelt's method for crafting the bottom end really brings out an intimate relationship, activating the listener." - Toneshift about Daas

    "Astonishing album from one of Holland's most interesting contemporary ambient artists." - Vital Weekly about Vloed

    "There is so much here, but yet there feels like there is always more the further we go. Veldwerk is pure adventure." - Heathen Harvest about Veldwerk

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Sublime drone music and field recordings by Rutger Zuydervelt. 'Slovensko I & II' are best seen as a travel diary, recorded in Slovakia. RZ made 'sound snapshots' with a small digital recorder. A major influence both while recording and assembling the tracks was Chinese sound artist Yan Jun. 'Rusland' is a sound collage comprising field recordings and sections of live performances made in Russia. An incredible adventure and culture shock with long train journeys, bizarre venues and amazing people. 'The Breaking Water' can be heard as a sonic portrait of Rotterdam's famous Erasmus bridge. It includes recordings taken from both on and beneath the bridge, along with further sounds from the river that it crosses, the Nieuwe Maas. 'Floor & Radio' is a contrast to the outdoor pieces recorded for the the installation 'Licthung' in Radolfzell, Germany. Contrasted against the outdoor silence was the squeaking floor in the guest house and the distorted signal and static from the radio. Sometimes there's music in everything. Makino Takashi asked RZ to perform a score for his film 'In Your Star'. After a screening in Tokyo, a studio version was recorded. The result is 'Apollo', a sonic journey to space and beyond.

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released November 21, 2011

Music and field recordings by Rutger Zuydervelt
Mastered by Jeff Mortimer at JM Mastering

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