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PBK - Die Brücke


Performer: PBK
Genre: Electronic
Album: Die Brücke
Released: 1988
Style: Abstract, Noise, Experimental
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Rating: 4.4
Votes: 879
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Tracklist

A1 Mekano
A2 Sturm
A3 Die Brücke
B1 Cannibale
B2 Winter Land
B3 Geburt

Credits

  • Performer – PBK (tracks: All)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none PBK Die Brücke ‎(Cass) Freedom In A Vacuum none Canada Unknown
none PBK Die Brücke ‎(Cass) Realization Recordings none US Unknown

Coiriel
"Mekano" opens the first side - an ambient soundtrack to some alien primeval world - percussion patters along in such a way as to seem totally unlike drums while hisses & bone-like clicks all contribute to the swirling, churning mass of loops. Other sounds - muted duck-calls maybe, inject even more strangeness over the top, adding to the almost elemental destructive force of this track. The majority strips away to expose it's bare bones to the world. "Sturm" again swirls & swoops in strange cyclic configurations, some sounds almost agonized in their ripped strain, others twisted into raw electronic strands as it soars & plunges, again & again. It transforms, adapting the sound, mellowing it out a little (although there's a white fuzziness herein which suggests the close proximity of some sustaining cataract). "Die Brüche" is an altogeher more gentle, passive thing, a slow, moody cycle of images while wild electronics swoop & ascend in the distance, It's a disquieting thing which might have sat well on COIL's "Hellraiser" soundtrack, or on something by early CONTRASTATE.The second side opens with "Cannibale", another cycling, swirling thing, building up through distorted images into an altogether stranger piece, fading almost to nothing with only snatches of reverse-echoed voice before gaining again in magnitude. There seems definite composition here - a deliberate shape within the oddness - a non-rhythmic rhythm. This thickens up into a whirling cyclone of cardboard images with fragmented snatches of human voice thrown into the mix. "Winter Land" follows the style of the previous piece with slowed-downm echoed male voice set against a scratching, shrieking squeal of what sounds a little like Dentists' drill. Like an oncoming cloud formation, a washing background of electronics flows into the sound, adding to it's strangeness. It moves into another area, another minimal electronic soundtrack, full of watery-heavy echoes. It grows, forming strange non-linear shapes like sudden stalactites. "Geburt" blasts into life through a dense, space-filling, outer-limits mass of noise, reminding me a little of an untethered ANOTHER HEADACHE with loads of phasing sounds & cyclic FX. This soon settles down into a swelling soup of noises over which raw electronics burn.Originally reviewed for Soft Watch.