Album artwork for Goats & Distortions 5 by Dictaphone

The Belgian-German band Dictaphone around mastermind Oliver Doerell returns with their fifth album. After their last highly acclaimed album "APR70" Doerell is surrounded again by his long-term band members Roger Döring (clarinet & saxophone) & Alex Stolze (violins). In the last 3 years they dived even deeper into their "morbid instruments" concept. An old tape machine, which Doerell found in a hidden room in his house served as soundsource, ghostly sounds could be heard and the machine died soon after being sampled. For the first time Döring played a bass clarinet on this album and after the recordings lost it in the subway…

They improved their skills to use rustle as a instrument and are supported by the voice of Helga Raimondi in the track "your reign is over". The result is an ungraspable, ghostly, spooky album consisting of ten different journeys into the experimental sound world of these unique compositions.

Dictaphone

Goats & Distortions 5

Denovali Records
Album artwork for Goats & Distortions 5 by Dictaphone
LP

$28.99

180-gram vinyl

Black
Includes download code
Released 11/19/2021Catalog Number

LP-DEN-361

Album artwork for Goats & Distortions 5 by Dictaphone
CD

$16.99

Released 05/07/2021Catalog Number

CD-DEN-361

Dictaphone

Goats & Distortions 5

Denovali Records
Album artwork for Goats & Distortions 5 by Dictaphone
LP

$28.99

180-gram vinyl

Black
Includes download code
Released 11/19/2021Catalog Number

LP-DEN-361

Album artwork for Goats & Distortions 5 by Dictaphone
CD

$16.99

Released 05/07/2021Catalog Number

CD-DEN-361

The Belgian-German band Dictaphone around mastermind Oliver Doerell returns with their fifth album. After their last highly acclaimed album "APR70" Doerell is surrounded again by his long-term band members Roger Döring (clarinet & saxophone) & Alex Stolze (violins). In the last 3 years they dived even deeper into their "morbid instruments" concept. An old tape machine, which Doerell found in a hidden room in his house served as soundsource, ghostly sounds could be heard and the machine died soon after being sampled. For the first time Döring played a bass clarinet on this album and after the recordings lost it in the subway…

They improved their skills to use rustle as a instrument and are supported by the voice of Helga Raimondi in the track "your reign is over". The result is an ungraspable, ghostly, spooky album consisting of ten different journeys into the experimental sound world of these unique compositions.