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Artist: BERRESHEIM, TIM
Title: No Time Left
Format: LP
Label: Eventuell
Country: Germany
Price: $28.00
"After numerous releases with the artist Jonathan Meese, No Time Left is finally the first solo album by the artist and musician Tim Berresheim (Cologne). Besides last years 7 on Meeuw Muzak it is also the first release that doesnt appear on his own New Amerika imprint, but on Eventuell - a label which specializes in artists records and produced a collaboration between Raymond Pettibon, Otomo Yoshihide and Blank in 2005. No Time Left is an impressive proof of Berresheims musical skills, both as multi-instrumentalist, programmer and composer. The four tracks on this LP are carefully constructed mixtures of wonderful guitar and basslines, atmospheric synth-layers, dubby electronic music and unorthodox samples. Although very eclectic in its wide range of sounds and elements, the recordings are characterized by a coherent mood. If you can imagine a hybrid of Nurse With Wound, early Residents and Tom Recchion, youre probably quite near to what can be heard on this great record. The four instrumentals correspond with four large, modified black-and-white photographs by Tim Berresheim which are fully reproduced on four sides of the stunning extra-large gatefold-cover in the form of a triptych. An impressive artists record which comes in a limited edition of 400 copies." - Eventuell.

Artist: BERRESHEIM, TIM
Title: Studies In Future Blues
Format: LP
Label: Eventuell
Country: Germany
Price: $35.00
"A good three years after his first solo debut No Time Left on Eventuell, Tim Berresheim presents Studies in Future Blues. The new album shows a different take on experimental music. While No Time Left gave a proof of his skills as a multi-instrumentalist, Studies in Future Blues is pure computer music. The title is programmatic because here Berresheim presents different takes on blues rock, from plunderphonic tracks in the tradition of John Oswald via melancholic treatments a la Caretaker, to abstract micro-assemblies that remind of early computer music like Horacio Vaggione, for example. The six tracks, all entitled Wicked Son, are highly entertaining demonstrations of his craftsmanship. Cover art by Tim Berresheim, done in conjunction with the correspondent exhibition earlier this year at the gallery Hammelehle und Ahrens in Cologne." -Eventuell

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