Rechenzentrum sometimes work with choreographers and dancers, the projected moving image being the only source of light on stage, all sound derived from live intervention. It is important for them to break down borders of context, playing in museums, new music festivals etc, but also within the various club-scenes, underground cultures etc. from the Museum Ludwig in Köln to Hongkong's legendary "Chemical Suzie" den. Rechenzentrum use computers and digital devices, but see them ultimately as a tool & vehicle for realizing & expressing our musical and filmic desires, not as a lifestyle device to be worshipped, not as a method and certainly not as a friend. One initial reason for them to start working together was that it seemed no-one was releasing the kind of music they wanted to hear or the video they wanted to see, or combinied them in innovative and appealing ways; so they set out to create it. The parametres of live performances - (improvisational, sometimes irritating, sometimes melancholic, from pleasing to aggressive) are the same that their whole project is based upon, an ever evolving, organic from. Rechenzentrum Releases s/t 2000 CD Landschaft Nach Der Schlacht 2000 EP12" Heimkehr 2000 EP12" Abends, Spät In Der Zukunft 2002 7" The John Peel Session 2001 CD Nelson Suite 2002 12" Schulterblatt 2002 7" Director's Cut 2003 dvd/cd 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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