Thursday, February 26, 2015

Stratocluster: Jabka hrušky meotary

Artist collective Stratocluster shows its dark side on this collection of super lo-fi sonic bits and pieces.
Try not to get suffocated by unilimited power of their imagination!

"Stratocluster is an ensemble engaging in multimedia improvisation, this time ‘multi’ meaning ‘obsolete’.
Stratocluster is an engaging improvising obsolete ensemble meaning time.
militantcuntmilitantcuntmilitant whisperwhisperwhisper militantcunt.

Jabka hrušky meotary is Czech for ‘Apples, pears, overhead projectors’, reflecting both the agricultural roots of Stratocluster’s members and the incidentality of the cassette, recorded, partly unawares, on Jan Faix’s Sony TCM-359v during rehearsals for concerts utilising an overhead projector as a means for multimedia improvisation. Also reflecting the English language's relentless need for commas.

Kwodsko! Kwodskoch! Kwochkods! – Pse! …woof. Goats. Sheep.

A: The thing is, even if you went to a country where the convention is to shoot people in horse heads on sight, it’d still have the same effect.
B: I’ll shall go to Iva Bittová’s workshop in a horse head.

Cover design by Max Máslo, rexroth orc-king of North Wenceslas Square. Comes either as a free digital download, or a luxury collector's edition bundle including a C-60 chrome smelted casette, a cover hand made by members of Stratocluster, and an A3 poster by Max Máslo. Guaranteed to satisfy your object-fetish for at least two months.

Nananana power chords DEATH TO COMMAS.

Featuring Jan Faix, Jan Kulka, Mikuláš Mrva, Marcel Bárta, Tomáš Mika and Ian Mikyska. Recorded in July 2014 at BIG MANY CE$H DEDY primedeluxe Studios in Vinohrady, Prague.

All power to imagination can sometimes be suffocating."

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