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We are pleased to announce the latest CREATIVE SOURCES RECORDINGS

releases:

abu tarek

creative sources 025 (lisboa/portugal)

http://www.creativesourcesrec.com/catalog/catalog_025.html

featuring

Franz Hautzinger {trumpet}

Mazen Kerbaj {trumpet}

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LOS GLISSANDINOS

stand clear

creative sources 029 (lisboa/portugal)

http://www.creativesourcesrec.com/catalog/catalog_029.html

featuring

Kai Fagaschinski {clarinet}

Klaus Filip {sine waves}

K. F. and K. F. began their intensive collaboration early in 2004

when Kai

had the opportunity to stay in Vienna for a while.

Fagaschinski plays his clarinet with an approach of sound and noise

phenomena while Filip uses a laptop with material based on sine

waves, which

he can organize and manipulate in various ways. The conjoined sound

of the

clarinet and sine waves result in a rich spectrum of difference tones

and

beat frequencies, which is a basic focus of the duo besides of a wide

range

of dynamics and pitches. The duo sound includes very transparent and

quiet

noise sections, droning clusters, beauteous harmonic chords and massive

vibrating tone walls … and (near by) no glissandi.

In summer 2004 they performed at the Konfrontationen-Festival

(Nickelsdorf,

Austria) and did recordings for their debut-CD ?stand clear?.

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stralau

creative sources 032 (lisboa/portugal)

http://www.creativesourcesrec.com/catalog/catalog_032.html

featuring

Bertrand Denzler {tenor saxophone}

Axel Drner {trumpet, computer}

Daniel Erdmann {baritone & soprano saxophones}

Michael Griener {drums}

Gnter Mller {ipod, md, selected percussion, electronics}

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agape

creative sources 035 (lisboa/portugal)

http://www.creativesourcesrec.com/catalog/catalog_035.html

featuring

Martin Kchen {alto saxophone}

David Stackens {guitar, low-budget electronics}

Two of the new main figures at the Scandinavian impro scene, Martin

Kchen

and David Stackens, is now releasing ?Agape?, their debut as a duo,

on the

portuguese label Creative Sources.

The recording is made at Fylkingen, Stockholm, spring 2004 by Andreas

Berthling.

The music swift from ambient low dynamic noise to cracked, cut up

bits of

high pitched severe ringing frequency- what was once one sustained

sound ?

or one sustained silence ? everything live recorded with the

microphones put

fairly close to the instruments.

And there is no overdubs.

More info:

www.martinkuchen.com <http://www.martinkuchen.com/>

www.hapna.com/david <http://www.hapna.com/david>

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swiftmachine

creative sources 036 (lisboa/portugal)

http://www.creativesourcesrec.com/catalog/catalog_036.html

featuring

Gilles Aubry {computer}

Antoine Chessex {saxophone}

Torsten Papenheim {guitar}

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wrong shape to be a story teller

creative sources 038 (lisboa/portugal)

http://www.creativesourcesrec.com/catalog/catalog_038.html

featuring

Nate Wooley {trumpet}

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dining room music

creative sources 039 (lisboa/portugal)

http://www.creativesourcesrec.com/catalog/catalog_039.html

featuring

Quentin Dubost {electric guitar}

Wade Matthews {alto flute, bass clarinet}

Stphane Rives {soprano saxophones}

Ingar Zach {percussion}

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leuchten

creative sources 040 (lisboa/portugal)

http://www.creativesourcesrec.com/catalog/catalog_040.html

featuring

Michael Thieke {alto clarinet}

Ernesto Rodrigues

CREATIVE SOURCES RECORDINGS

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http://www.creativesourcesrec.com/

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