I find myself wondering if some photos of my studio with stacked synthesizers and so on would stir some interest. I am afraid that I’d be very desperate already…
However, my solo release Heart was done with lots of hot steamin’ synthesizers and outboard gear for instance. The whole sound was then run through a vintage sound desk that was actually also used before by the likes of David Bowie and Brian Eno during their legendary sessions in the Hansa Studios.
Very likely to the release Moiré that was recorded by the heavily use of Ian Boddy’s huge analogue synthesizer cabinet by Doepfer and Roland, amongst other very cool stuff that was to be found in his and my studio then.
Finally my personal interest is more focused on the actual output; the music or the art, respectively. Or would you still recommend to put some fancy studio pics up to my website?
The entire DiN & DDL catalogues are now available to download from Bandcamp. There is a choice of formats available including 320K MP3, FLAC, AAC & ALAC. Furthermore all tracks can be auditioned in full. You can also buy a physical CD (where available) from the regular DiN store shopping cart hosted by CCNow.
Bandcamp will allow DiN to run promotional campaigns and free downloadable content so check back on a regular basis for news of these forthcoming activities.
As part of its 10th anniversary celebrations, Burning Shed brings Centrozoon’s Bigger Space back into print
Deleted for over five years, the dvd-r offers a fascinating perspective on the short-lived Bowness, Reuter & Woestheinrich incarnation of the band.
Recorded in the Autumn of 2003 and filmed at a small-scale warm-up performance, Bigger Space is a unique document featuring hidden extras and the beautiful black and white images of photographer Telemach Wiesinger.
This short but compelling release provides an ideal companion to 2004’s Never Trust The Way You Are.
Featuring seven songs (one hidden), web links, a photo gallery and an audio outtake from NTTWYA, Bigger Space represents the only time this version of Centrozoon were captured on film and provides an intriguing opportunity to witness a remarkable band in intimate surroundings.
Presented with new artwork, this is available as NTSC Region 0 and should play on most players worldwide.