I have always been a fan of Oliver Doerell's projects and he has yet to disappoint. This is completely different from Dictaphone or SWOD but it is equally splendid. Unlike anything I've ever heard. Fantastic.
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Cummi Flu is the latest persona of ever morphing, multi-media illusionist Oliver Doerell. Originating from Brussels, the analogue-electronic pioneer has been the driving force behind earlier incarnations Dictaphone and SWOD, as well as embodying the Odd Orchestra of Raz Ohara. Well-versed in downbeat electronics, Cummi Flu sees Doerell explore his acid-laced visions of psychedelic forms and frequencies.
The first recordings present a collection of sound collage cut-ups based on home-made instruments with self-tuned rubber bands and bass kalimba at its beating heart. The resulting tracks are an exploration into otherworldly rhythms with the rise and fall of a swollen tide.
Cummi Flu produces a hard to place sound, while at the same time preying on ancient feelings of estrangement, sanctuary and self-exploration.
released September 20, 2014
Mastered by Nils Frahm
Cover art by Fehmi Baumbach
All songs by Oliver Doerell and Johanna Devi
Tasty woodfuelled, BPA free tunes - perfect for your next backyard blood ritual. It's as if Dilla, Flying Lotus, Forest Swords, and Monolake got lost deep in the jungle together, formed a tribe, and 100 years later we find their rusted, moss covered hard drive filled with these tunes. Brilliant. Lost Tribe Sound
là j'ai trop envie de pleurer, et voilà j'écoute cette super compile de cumbia en esperant que quelque chose va me transpercer et va finir par mélanger le souvenir de la fête avec la tristesse de savoir qu'elle est déjà finie... Cosmic Cassette