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Review in Experimental Music From The Netherlands

Jeroen Diepenmaat - Frayed Air: "Other than expected this doesn’t turn into loud noise structures. Instead it stays all very quiet in some sort of meditative state"

Published: October 31, 2015
Tags: esc.rec.46, Press

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Jeroen Diepenmaat – Frayed Air (S.1a, S.1b, S.1c)
Review in Experimental Music From The Netherlands:

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For his work Jeroen Diepenmaat works with vinyl, but unlike most other turntablists he starts with blank vinyl LP’s which he during his performances slowly scratches, mutilates and grooves. With each scratch he creates new loops and this slowly builds up to new works.

On Esc.rec. three of these performances have now been releases as one of a kind LP’s. All limited to an edition of one. And of course one stream (not available as download, sadly enough).

The music on these slabs of vinyl consists of slowly evolving scratches as you might have guessed. Though other than expected this doesn’t turn into loud noise structures. Instead it stays all very quiet in some sort of meditative state.

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