Call myself (flac version)

by audiophil arts

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this is our high fidelity version of "Call myself"
(it also includes a bonus track)

"Berlin-based musician Audiophil (aka Nico Steckhan) and singer Pollyx create fragile, glitchy, IDM-laced synthpop with ghostly vocal melodies and minimal electronic arrangements that suggest rather than drown. Audiophil’s dainty beats and acoustic instruments (piano, guitar, drums) underscore stronger themes of emotional isolation and dislocation that suit the sparse, sterile melodies provided by Pollyx and at times, Audiophil himself"


The idea for the album title derived from a koan (a zen riddle) :
www.awaresilence.com/Zen_Koan/Mumonkan_Wu-Men_Kuan/12._Zuigan_Calls_Himself_Master.html

credits

released July 18, 2015

music and lyrics: Nico Steckhan; thx to Maik K. and Andy W.;
thx to Clemens Pˆtzsch (played Piano for Snow Steps);
www.clemenspoetzsch.de/index.html ;
artwork: Ursula Breinl; www.ursulabreinl.de ;
Gesang: Pollyx, Nico Steckhan. selection, playlist, mastering
by Nico Steckhan; artist text, release text, translations

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audiophil arts Berlin, Germany

Acoustic instruments, vocals and electronics fusing into organic, electroacoustic sound design.
Indistinguishable from each other these sounds create fragile emotions on its own. Berlin

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