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End of 2016, shortly before the release of the two double albums
"The Continuous River" and "Hagen's Delight" had both
Musicians Hagen von Bergen and Christian Fiesel come up with the idea
To design a JOINT project.
Starting point were numerous samples, the Hagen predominantly
had taken on air travel but also in the domestic context
and the two musicians process according to their own taste and into one
should make musical context. #
The music is full of breaks, full of samples (especially from the flight area)
and is a trip via headphones, hence the title.

The result are two long pieces of the Hunsrück school, the
brushed against many common EM stereotypes and also a kind
musical bridge between the two double albums
should be.

Track Listings:
    1. Christian Fiesel - Anschnallzeichen 1 36:32
    2. Hagen von Bergen - Anschnallzeichen 2 30:27
Total Time: 56:59
Artist Name(s):
Hagen von Bergen
Christian Fiesel
Hagen von Bergen
Release Year: 2017
Experimental, Field Recordings, Progressive, Soundtrack
Album Type:
Digital / Download
Cover & Packge Design:
Christian Fiesel
Engineer(s): Hagen von Bergen & Christian Fiesel
Label / Publishing
Label Name:
Catalog Number(s):
Hunsrück, Germany
Bi-Za Records
Editions / Reissues
  1. 2017 - Bi-Za Records Bergen - no catalog #
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Jack Hertz


You are in for quite ride on this split release. Be prepared to travel between elements of the avant-garde, kosmische, and exotic soundscapes seamlessly mixed into a flowing sound tapestry. The two (side long) tracks on this virtual album offer what I can best describe as "Berlin Concrete". Too diverse to put in a category, the tracks are experimental not only in sound, but in the huge variety of sounds and ideas presented. While each has their own distinct Krautrock sound. Fiesel's "Dressing-up sign 1", is a bit more dark and electronic compared with Bergan's more rhythmic, "Suits 2". Don't be put off by the experimental classification, I found this is music is accessible, as it is adventurous. Four stars.

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