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A Little Electronic Milky Way of Sound
Licensed from LRKA (Lydia-und Roland-Kayn-Archiv), Bussum.
Special thanks to Hanna Nurmi, Ilse Kayn, Kees van de Wiel, Mark van de Voort, Justin Lacko, and Massimo Ricci.
Overleaf: Roland Kayn at work on 'Allotropie', Rome, 1964. © LRKA (Lydia-und Roland-Kayn-Archiv), Bussum.
"A Conversation with Roland Kayn"
Mark van de Voort, August 2nd, 2003
℗ 2017 frozen reeds
© 2017 frozen reeds
Made in Finland
The tracks are consecutively numbered 1. to 22. on the release
Originally released in a edition of 750, the pressing amount was changed to a total of 1,000 copies on the frozen reeds website by the end of 2017.
Discs housed in card sleeves, packaged in a sturdy card box with fully printed lid and base. Released with obi and fold out insert.
Barcode printed on obi.
Listen free to Roland Kayn A Little Electronic Milky Way of Sound Czerial, Xattax and more. 22 tracks 823:14. Do you know any background info about this album Start the wiki. Roland Kayn 3rd September 1933 in Reutlingen, Germany - 6th January 2011 was a composer of electro-acoustic music. Kayn studied in Stuttgart and Esslingen. He was also was a student of Boris Blacher in Berlin, Josef Rufer, Fritz Win read more. Similar Artists. Roland Kayn. prospect of a physical music anything is dicey at best in the year 2017, which makes frozen reeds choice to bring out Roland Kayns A Little Electronic Milky Way of Sound-an object containing sixteen compact discs of nearly fourteen hours of previously unreleased material-respectably audacious. But the heavy lifting required of the listener was determined decades ago, when Colosseum Records regularly released Kayns multi-kilo multi-LP box sets from their German headquarters during the 70s and early 80s. The appearance of Milky Way, at this particular moment, invites a healthy reassessment of the methods by which we consume sound. His 14-hour composition A Little Electronic Milky Way of Sound 2009 was released on 16 CDs in October 2017 by the Finnish label Frozen Reeds. 1977 Simultan Colosseum, 3 LPs. The Sound of Cybernetics: Roland Kayn And the Voice of Electricity. The Village Voice. Retrieved 19 October 2017. Roland who In a profession that glorifies big egos and fetishises the kind of creative genius that demands total control, Kayn went to more selfless extremes. He worked in the pioneering electronic studios of Germany and the Netherlands in the mid-20th century and built fastidious command systems with the aim of making self-sufficient cybernetic music. Essentially, he set machines whirring and did himself out of a job. It sounds like some dark post-human dystopia but the results couldnt be further from it. Dip into this monumental work it has been lovingly restored by Jim ORourke and th. Liner notes: A Conversation with Roland Kayn Mark van de Voort, August 2nd, 2003. 2017 frozen reeds 2017 frozen reeds Made in Finland. The tracks are consecutively numbered 1. to 22. on the release. Discs housed in card sleeves, packaged in a sturdy card box with fully printed lid and base. Released with obi and fold out insert. New Album Releases. Your feedback for A Little Electronic Milky Way Of Sound. Buy album. A hitherto-unreleased electronic masterpiece from Roland Kayn, singular pioneer of cybernetic music. Over a period spanning the late 70s through the early 80s, Kayn 19332011 issued a quintet of extended works that quietly but definitively redrew the map of electronic music. A Little Electronic Milky Way of Sound' is among the Chicago Reader's favourite boxed sets of 2017, alongside David Bowie and Hüsker Dü. The years best box sets include 11 CDs from David Bowies Berlin period, 529 tracks of vintage country from Louisiana Hayride, Roland Kayns 14-hour electronic masterwork, and the most complete portrait yet of Hüsker Düs early years