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«Dan Schreck returns to test tube with another solo work, after releasing 'Lost Soundtracks from The Wizardof Oz' with a bunch of college friends.
'The First Report of Injury' reaffirms Schreck's keenness (amazing word) for experimental electronics, and I want to note that 'experimental' is perhaps an understatement here. Schreck goes far while trying to preserve a palpable sharpness in every sound he produces. This is not electronic music for you to nod at, this is really harsh sound experimentation that could make you hate electronic music forever, or love it endlessly.

'The First Report of Injury' is an amazingly detailed work on XXI century electronic music that you cannot afford to pass by.» - Pedro Leitão

P.S. - I would like to thank my friend Sebastian for yet another amazing artwork. SEB, You rock!

Downloads:

01 • Response Ability ..................................................................... pt us
  [3'51'' • 7,95Mb • VBR]
02 • Machinery Involved ................................................................ pt us
  [3'33'' • 7,49Mb • VBR]
03 • Alarm Fulfilling Function ..................................................... pt us
  [2'39'' • 5,62Mb • VBR]
04 • Person with a Clipboard ......................................................... pt us
[2'40'' • 5,10Mb • VBR]
05 • Lost Work Days ....................................................................... pt us
  [2'49'' • 6,15Mb • VBR]
06 • Topical Cream ......................................................................... pt us
  [4'09'' • 8,38Mb • VBR]
07 • Names of Others Injured ......................................................... pt us
  [3'21'' • 6,76Mb • VBR]
  • artwork ................................................................................... pt us
  [PDF-Zip • 4,42Mb]
  • all tracks + artwork ................................................................ pt us
  [Zip • 47,9Mb]

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cover:
©2009 Sebastian Alvarez
©2009 aeriola::behaviour
music:
©2009 Dan Schreck
©2009 test tube


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