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jaime Leal
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jaime Leal i do like very much for your work , in many ways you also inspire me , mainly cause of raw 50´s, 70´s devices that you use . i started also to see Stockhaussen in a different prespective .....i would like to send you 3 suggestions witch i like very much , davide tudor , erno kiraly and arne nordheim. regards jaime
Stefan Kibellus
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Stefan Kibellus A new treasure in my collection. I love Hainbach! Favorite track: Past Perfect Future.
Stephen Terrones
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Stephen Terrones My only complaint is that there isn't more. Otherwise it's the perfect soundtrack to coding. It makes your brain dance. I need more "boop, bleep, and thump". Another installment is imperative. Favorite track: The Hopes.
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The Hopes 07:49


Impulsgenerator is a ‘club’ record made by a man who doesn’t make club music, released on a label that puts on ‘clubnights’ but doesn't release club tunes. It’s a departure for us both, but a deepening of what we already do. D’you feel us?

Constructed using a splendid piece of olde-school German test equipment (and contiguous technologies), from which it takes its name, it comes all the way from said partition’s teknofuturist capital, Berlin. Instead of the future, though, Hainbach has consulted the past in the creation of this fizzy, scratching soundsystem artwerk, which draws on influences as diverse as Pan Sonic, Stockhausen, Aphex Twin and Iron Maiden, and represents “the most radical break from my previous releases”.

Indeed, for Comrade Goetsch (Stefan, to you), music is “communication between people”, “a feeling of flow”, and what flows from the past into the present here, in abundance, is a kind of electric energy that discharges itself in thick, sticky rhythms and drones, pulses and blasts, which don’t so much hit the ear as invade and fill it. Pour yourself a cup of this and you might just end up lashed.

MISCWX008 is also a 12”, a *real* one (our first), and comes in shiny radioactive yellow for maximum Technics kix/dinnerparty wowz. It’s got pretty pictures and patterns all over it and, if you pitch it to the right speed, it’ll mix with your shitty landfill house records like petrol with piña colada. One more for the road please boss!


released November 5, 2019

Written and produced by Stefan Goetsch
Mastered by Datassette at Front 149
Vinyl cut by Curve Pusher


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