This is the ninth entry in the series of interviews with the musicians featured on Kolapse, an album of remixes of pieces from my solo album Kola. In this installment you’ll hear a conversation between Tamara Lyn and my friend and collaborator Bernhard Wöstheinrich aka The Redundant Rocker. They take his Maniok remix as the starting point for an extended discussion of his musical background and his approach in general.
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Yesterday I released Kolapse, an album with remixes of pieces from my 2013 solo album, Kola. It’s free for now, so please get a copy and tell all your polyrhythm-loving friends!
The remixers are, in order of appearance: Drescher und Wemmser (D), Guy Birkin (UK), Lärmheim (CH), Kryshe (D), The Redundant Rocker (D), Erik Emil Eskildsen feat. Stormtrap Asifeh (DK/A/PSE), Chris Herb (D) and Mathon (CH). The album was mastered by Markus Reuter and Ritxi Ostáriz again created the cover art.
We have some interesting things lined up to complement the album release over the coming months but for now, have a listen and enjoy!
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