Limited edition run of 100 copies in postcard packaging…
« There is enough treachery, hatred violence absurdity in the average
human being to supply any given army on any given day
and the best at murder are those who preach against it
and the best at hate are those who preach love
and the best at war finally are those who preach peace… »
Opposed by the great Pope of liberalism Milton Friedman, “The genius of the crowd”, a poem by Charles Bukowski reminds us to be vigilant against the speech from the dominant ideology.
The text read by Bukowski is separated into three parts set to music by Esther Burns.
The electronics are crossed guitars, old keyboards, piano and other mechanical sounds…
Incredibly topicality, the text and its author appear as the flower of the cover: worn and faded, but beautiful, powerful and timeless.
The Genius Of The Crowd
* Part I – 5:15
* Part II – 8:05
* Part III – 9:00
Limited edition of 100 numbered / handmade sets (five 3″ CD’s) that include inserts with personal messages from the artists Marcus Fischer, Field Rotation, Broken Chip, Kate Carr and Billy Gomberg…
To celebrate World Rivers Day Flaming Pines released the first chapter of its 10 three inch -cd series Rivers Home. As our environment continues to change, rivers represent some of our most vulnerable eco-systems with urban runoff, over fishing, changing rain patterns and the clearing of river banks just some of the challenges to river systems worldwide.
Rivers Home sees Marcus Fischer, Field Rotation, Broken Chip, Kate Carr and Billy Gomberg, each present an ode to a different piece of water on their own three inch CD.
David Ya’s drone & field recordings experience introduces the new serie “Thought For The Day”. The visionary composition let you immerse into a very far and very ancient journey…
ED.001 is a limited edition to 100 copies.
Composition, field recordings, mastering and package designed by David Ya.
Photography by nasa/jpl-caltech and David Ya
Cezary Gapik (also know as CEZAR) was born in Czestochowa, Poland in 1963. He started his musical activity in 1980 as an animator of punk rock bands. Soon enough he discovered new sounds which were brought by the punk rock rebellion. Cabaret Voltaire, Public Image Ltd. or other “new wave” bands had an enormous influence on the perception of music by Cezar.
These tracks are a travelogue mapping paths taken in Europe during the past year or so. Snapshots, based on improvisations drawing inspiration from the quieter moments of a nomadic life: a snowstorm in Helsinki, a hot September night in Berlin and a dusk in the Swiss countryside outside of Lucerne.