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Passierzettel

Passierzettel

Passierzettel


The Band is named after a street in the harbour of Hamburg. The emigrants in the 19th century had to show their passports and permits, their „Passierzettel“ in this street, to get onboard of the ships to America. The studio of the band was situated in this street for 11 years. Passierzettel has been founded by Thomas Siebert and Sven Wulf (bass) in the middle of the 80ies. In 1997 the musicians Ingo Brunsendorf (guitar) and Thomas Völker (drums) have been replaced by Martin Pozdrowicz and Thomas Piesbergen. Read more on Last.fm
The Band is named after a street in the harbour of Hamburg. The emigrants in the 19th century had to show their passports and permits, their „Passierzettel“ in this street, to get onboard of the ships to America. The studio of the band was situated in this street for 11 years. Passierzettel has been founded by Thomas Siebert and Sven Wulf (bass) in the middle of the 80ies. In 1997 the musicians Ingo Brunsendorf (guitar) and Thomas Völker (drums) have been replaced by Martin Pozdrowicz and Thomas Piesbergen.

In spring 2001 Sven Wulf left the band as a constant member. He participates only sporadically since then. Right now the trio works on its own or with different guestmusicians. Since the very beginning the band has played psychedelic and groove-oriented improvised music in the tradition of bands like Can or Embryo. Since 1997 they started to mixed their spontanious compositions with contemporary Dub, electronic Dance- and Experimentalmusic, World- and Ambientmusic, and influences from New Wave and the Avantgarde of the early 80ies.

The result is a unique and very complex sound. The instruments they use are sampling-units and other electronical devices,computers, classical rockinstruments, plastic-toys and folkloristic instruments from all over the world. When they play under studio-conditions (which is also done live quite frequently) mostly strange, hypnotic and filigrane songs or soundscapes emerge, in contrast to a gig with rock backline where the improvisations rather turn into dense and pulsing psychedelic structures. On many occasions the band combines their concerts with art-happenings like performances, exhibitions or slide- and film-projections. Members: >Thomas Siebert: guitar, keyboard, mixdown >Martin Pozdrowicz: drums, percussion, diverse electronic equipment >Thomas Piesbergen: voice, sampling, effects, diverse little instruments Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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