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Ian Experimental "improvs" including a "touch" of Classical-Edged : Stockhausen "styled" Musique-Concrete recordings with Live-Time-Treatments.
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"Memento" (a suite in 4 movements) - so much a live electroacoustic performance, more than the usual (?) Endgame, it was easy to conceptualise this, especially so as the four improvisations recorded that day were all quite different, but all had a common air of mystery, style, and a surreal nature. Also, the music ran on the edge of "kosmische" towards the avant-garde, and with that mindset I came up with the album at hand. The titles and the dedications came to me upon mixing and editing these works, each of which is a suggestion, more than an actual homage. In this respect (nicking the idea from Laibach really) I came up with the apt mock Deutsche Grammophon cover!

"...one of the most accomplished Endgame releases to date!" - Peter Smith


released October 2, 2010

Recorded: 4 February 2008 at Tachyon Studio, Leicester.
Remix and edit: 24 August 2008 by Alan, using Sound Forge.
Cover design: Alan Freeman. Photography: Jim Tetlow.

Alan Freeman: guitar, synthesizers, Granulab, Spektral Delay, springboard.
Steve Freeman: loops, prepared tapes, bass, guitar, synthesizers.
Jim Tetlow: Spektral Delay, Sound Canvas, gadgets.


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Endgame Leicester, UK

Endgame music is instantaneous invention. Initially Endgame stepped on from German cosmic music in the manner of Zeit era Tangerine Dream, akin to Lightwave, the INA-GRM school or Morphogenesis. Expect references/dedications to Nurse With Wound, Krautrock, etc. Endgame were very busy on the session front for almost a decade, and continue to play live together occasionally. The archive is vast. ... more


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