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2016

Pavillon du Lac

improv & collective projects • 0 • 2016

Günter Müller iPod, Percussion, Electronics
Norbert Moslang - Cracked Everyday Electronics
Erikm - CD-J & Electronics

Double LP
Performed in a double space.

Final mixing and mastering by Norbert Moeslang
Artistic director : Frédérick Quennoz
Cover art / Daniela Grüninger
Production : Dolmen

Dolmen |Switzerland
side_5
2014

Ecotone

improv & collective projects • 0 • 2014

eRikm & Martin Brandlmayr

eRikm : CD-j & Electronics
Martin Brandlmayr : Drums
6 tracks : CD edition

Opening with an Apocalypse — a dis-covering where everything is assembled anew, where a snare drum gets dismembered. The drums instantly reanimate into a new body without organs, opening a breach, opening a space. The drummer lifts his sticks and hits ; a vertical landscape emerges inbetween, unidentified as it first breaks into the ears, as some atmospheric depression : variations in grain, tracing, electronic mass — disparate energy where some new chemistry arises, all between skin and memory. Each impact, each collapsing, each crumbling of the surface sets anew the fiction of the encounter, of the game ; devoid of catharsis, but definitely vital.

mikroton |Russia
Pneuma
2013

Mal des Ardents / Pantonéon

improv & collective projects • 0 • 2013

Catherine Jauniaux : Voice . bird call . cupule . cazoo ..
eRikm : Turntables + Electronics & live sampling + architect lamp
Double CD’s
Mal des Ardents / Pantonéon


Mal des Ardents - recorded in 2010
Pantonéon - registered Taktlos festival in 2000
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eRikm & Catherine Jauniaux : the turntables of improvisation…
Captured. From the first second of their show the public hangs on the Catherine Jauniaux’s voice , is hypnotised by the extraordinary antics of ErikM at his turntables.
No hold barred , they are in a kind of insatiable creative transe. A pure and very deep-rooted improvisation, a journey into the soul where all states can be experienced.
Catherine Jauniaux journies through her extensive vocal range and wends and weaves all feelings with disconcerting ease, erikM creates a surprise at every turn. Poetic and ardent music, deeply human . The constant pleasure of playing with the musicality of words and the fabulous ressources of the body. Erik follows, surrounds, initiates, anticipates or concludes the vocal propositions with equally inventive virtuosity .Vertiginous !
Anne Montaron

mikroton |Russia
Ne pas / extract
2012

Cartouche

improv & collective projects • 0 • 2012


eRikm : CD-J + electronics & sampling live . Mouth Organ
Natacha Muslera : Voice & Microphones + Objects . Mouth Organ

"Cartouche is a mixed duet featuring eRikm and Natacha Muslera, active since 2010.Fragments that break off of a body, like a shattering windshield.The electronics and the voice trigger eruptive sound phenomena, either rushed or stretched, in which the listener is immersed in a physical experience that is transversal to music itself.Leaving only debris and brilliant ruins. With malice, Cartouche is freed of all semantic background and takes delight in this. An untamed and convulsive distanciation essay, both natural and forceful.

Monotype Records |Poland
Machette / extract
2011

Stodgy

improv & collective projects • 0 • 2011

eRikm & N.Moslang

eRikm first met Norbert Möslang in December 1998 at the festival More Scratch in Nantes when they first played together as part of ad-lib quartet gig which later became known as poire_z, a prominent electroacoustic improvisation quartet which existed until the split of Voice Crack in 2002.
Norbert Möslang has been playing in Voice Crack duo with Andy Guhl since 1972, they’ve been working with “cracked everyday-electronics”, modifying and recontextualising the use of home electronics. After the split he continued working solo and in different musical combinations using “cracked everyday-electronics”, among them a duo with eRikm with whom he played in duo >>>

Mikroton |Russia
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Razine

improv & collective projects • 0 • 2011

eRikm & Michel Doneda

Razine by Erikm and Michel Doneda
At the very beginning of the year 1900, Velimir Khlebnikov is
listening to the new century on the banks of the Caspian Sea. In the
gyrations of the Dervishes he conceives his Futurian equations.
He creates the coming models of "modern" art. He is the first to write
poems from mathematical series and in the form of the palindrome.
Fourty years later this will become the system behind twelve-tone
serialism.
Velimir spreads his writings in different points in space,
materialising the cut-up technique. He creates ZAOUM, his transreason
language which speaks of the Unconscious mind before its revelation
by Freud. Later, well after his death, he would influence surrealists
and lettrists.
And to us improvisers he has given RAZINE, the wild horseman of sound.
This very recording recounts how the ride went that evening : sliding,
breaking of rhythmical lines, sudden transformations, textures, and
who knows, maybe the listener will hear the ring of the "Trumpet of
the Martians", the one that Khlebnikov caught through his utopian poetry.
Michel Doneda 2011

Monotype |Poland
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12" (E109)

improv & collective projects • 0 • 2011

Michael J. Schumacher /
Noetinger . Doneda . eRikm
beet5 . Nervures
12" (E109)
The trio of Jérôme Noetinger (electroacoustic devices), Michel
Doneda (soprano and sopranino saxophones) and eRikm (CD-J
and electronics) first convened in 2006 at the Mulhouse Jazz
Festival in France. A tour followed a year later, and then a CD
on the Ronda label. Nervures was recorded in 2007 and mixed
for this release by eRikm in 2010. An alternate version is
available on Dos D’ânes (Ronda RND12, 2009).
Mastered by Giuseppe Ielasi.

Entr'acte |UK
2009

Dos d’ânes

improv & collective projects • 0 • 2009

Noetinger . Doneda . eRikm

Hacking away on a homemade system and twisted electronic tools, eRikm and Jérôme Noetinger gleefully activate levers, tactile screens and joysticks with the utmost concentration. Michel Doneda makes the air shake with acoustic vibrations - or is it vice-versa ? Together, they give free rein to their audio tricks, making buzzing, interference, constructive feedback, electro-shocks, concrete slipping, hazed quotes, white noise, saturations and incisive scratches... >>>

Ronda |France
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