With Bonus Tape of Unreleased Material. Highly respected German electronic music composer Ulrich Schnauss releases a career spanning retrospective seven CD boxset - the boxset design and each of the album's artwork has also been refreshed by long term collaborator Nat Urazmetova. As all the recording rights reverted back to Ulrich he has taken the opportunity to remaster his entire back catalogue released on his own Scripted Realities label. The two most recent of the albums, A Long Way To Fall and No Further Ahead Than Today have both been extensively reworked. The set also contains an 18 track compilation of outtakes, demo's and fragments including a cover version of Scott Walker’s It’s Raining Today and Ulrich’s version of Bach’s Prelude And Fugue No1 in C Major. With 14 of the 18 tracks being so far unreleased. This release makes Ulrich's music available again after an 18 month period. These seminal electronic albums are sounding contemporary and fresh. Contains the albums Far Away Trains Passing By, A Strangely Isolated Place, Goodbye, A Long Way To Fall – Rebound, No Further Ahead Than Tomorrow and Now Is A Timeless Present – (Outtakes ,Demos and Fragments) with a total of 73 tracks on seven CD’s. For fans of Jon Hopkins, Brian Eno and Tycho.
About the tape
"it's a one hour recording of a sequencer and keyboard improvisation i played at Dalston's brilliant corners in summer 2018. no pre-recorded material was used. said before that i only really started to enjoy playing gigs when ableton live appeared as it was finally possible to introduce an intuitive, ever-changing element to electronica performances without having to carry tons of gear around. now, ten years later i was looking for a way that would allow me to instantly create new music 'on the spot' - and found it in the form of sonic core's SCOPE (digital modular system) and polyend's SEQ (representing a whole new generation of hardware midi sequencers). As these kinds of performances require a setting that's suitable for more ambient, atmospheric music relying on a reduced amount of layers, brilliant corners provided a relaxed and comfortable backdrop"
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