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Jan Jelinek, Farben,Gramm
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Author Jan Jelinek, Farben,Gramm
Scaff
One of my most respected artists in the past 5-7 years. I really like his music and its allways porn for me!









goiks
flew from california to detroit just to see him play around 2002, i was way into his music at the time. and quality stands the test of time.
analoglsd
I love Jan Jelinek.
From "Loop-finding-jazz-records" to "Kosmischer Pitch" is an amazing leap in territory while simultaneously keeping the production style super consistent and original.
Much admiration.
Scaff
GeneralBigBag
There are two things that make me almost want to start getting vinyl.
One is Bill Orcutt's new album, the other is Star Box (tho who knows how expensive that would be these days...)

Jan Jelly-neck's new stuff on his label faitiche is great
http://www.faitiche.de/
neandrewthal
I've never listened to this stuff(thanks!) but I always loved his collabs with Triosk:



qu.one
i saw him and fehlmann in 2002 and wasn't up on him at the time. he was the most memorable performance of the night. i feel like a lot of the "wonky" style could be linked to him with his slow evolving timing.
neandrewthal
GeneralBigBag wrote:
There are two things that make me almost want to start getting vinyl.
One is Bill Orcutt's new album, the other is Star Box (tho who knows how expensive that would be these days...)

Jan Jelly-neck's new stuff on his label faitiche is great
http://www.faitiche.de/


Hey, what happened to your CD blog?
rafe127
analoglsd wrote:
I love Jan Jelinek.
From "Loop-finding-jazz-records" to "Kosmischer Pitch" is an amazing leap in territory while simultaneously keeping the production style super consistent and original.
Much admiration.


+ 1 applause

I got a copy of "Loop-Finding" in 2002 and instantly fell in love.
Tracked down a bunch of the Gramm and Farben and other odds and ends since then and have loved most of it.

Never got to into "Tierbeobachtungen" or "Gesellschaft zur...." but I am interested to hear "Bird, Lake, Objects"

qu.one wrote:
i saw him and fehlmann in 2002 and wasn't up on him at the time. he was the most memorable performance of the night. i feel like a lot of the "wonky" style could be linked to him with his slow evolving timing.


Q, man, we seem to have been at a lot of the same shows.

Guinness ftw! Guinness ftw! Guinness ftw!
qu.one
rafe127 wrote:
timing.

Q, man, we seem to have been at a lot of the same shows.

Guinness ftw! Guinness ftw! Guinness ftw!


great minds my friend, great minds...
robotfunk
Love his music. Last year I did an audiovisual collaboration during a week in Stuttgart with 10 international musicians and visual artists, amongst whom Jan Jellinek, but to my disappointment he pulled out at the last minute (I got his hotel room..)
gb
love this EP released nov. 2010:

http://boomkat.com/downloads/343433-farben-farben-ep

as radiophonic as it gets for the dancefloor.
saw him around 2001 in berlin as a laptop gig. was so avantgarde at this time
hihi clicksncutsatitsbest
Ray Diode
Loop-finding-jazz-records

timeless love!
SlayerBadger!
home_listening
A very nice use of synthesis:

https://soundcloud.com/faitiche/jan-jelinek-fake-environments-versions -of-tropical-rainforest
NU
He's one of the few people whose releases I always check out. I appreciate the stuff he made his name with in the early 00s but I think his work has gotten a lot deeper, more idiosyncratic (radioplays, field recordings of a squeaky floor, etc) and much more interesting since then. There's also a current of bullshit (for lack of a better term) throughout his work of the last few years that I find charming.

Looking forward to the album with Asuna next year.
kristian
go and buy those records, check out faitiche. such awesomeness.
Trigga
top artist, wonderful pioneering sound. Still got that old Farben Starbox. It's selling cheap on Discogs, get it while you can...
kristian
his work brought me into eurorack, also he uses samples mostly, i guess.
monotrome
Jelinek's new album "Zwischen" is weird and brilliant:
https://janjelinek.bandcamp.com/album/zwischen

Quote:
Devised and produced by Jan Jelinek for German public broadcaster SWR2, Zwischen brings together twelve sound poetry collages using interview answers by public figures. Each collage consists of the brief moments between the spoken words: silences, pauses for breath and hesitations in which the interviewees utter non-semantic sound particles. These voice collages also control a synthesizer, creating electronic sounds that overlay and merge with the voices to make twelve acoustic structures.
MisterG
https://m.facebook.com/ntsradiolive/videos/10159196883890444/

Hope this link works!
erenod
I've seen Bird, Lake, Objects live and oh my god what a performance that was. Seen Jan 3x live already and whenever he pops up im gonna 100% get another tickets. Guy is a magician.

Highly recommend!
Miguel606
Jan is easily one of the best electronic musicians of the past 20 years
Oldstench
I've missed all this because I've never in to clicks & cuts/microhouse/whatever-genre, but this is certainly worth some attention.
MisterG
Saw Jan play out last night in London.
Had a look at his rig afterwards but didn’t recognise much of it tbh, probably because I’ve only focused on a couple of particular sustems recently.
Anyone have any idea what equipment he is using these days?
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