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released June 12, 2021
Audion 35 details...
Published: Spring 1996
originally: A4 44 pages
HELLO (Editorial) 3
THE AUDION PLAY LIST 3
AUDION KRAUTROCK SECOND TOP 50 3
DIVERSIONS (News, New Releases, etc.) 4
MICHEL REDOLFI AU GROUP RECHERCHES MUSICALES 6
THE TANGERINE DANCE 7
THE "PRIVATE TAPES" OF MANUEL GÖTTSCHING 8
HYBRID KID: Re-Discovering The Music Of Morgan-Fisher 9
MAURICIO KAGEL 10
AN INTERVIEW WITH FLORIAN FRICKE (POPOL VUH) 12
MARIO SCHÖNWÄLDER INTERVIEW 16
RESCUED RELICS (CD reissue reviews) 19
THIS HEAT: OUT OF COLD STORAGE 22
GONG etc. - The Pavilion, Bath, 6/4/96 25
LABRADFORD - The Charlotte, Leicester, 18/4/96 25
KLAUS SCHULZE etc. - The Assembly Rooms, Derby, 27/4/96 26
IN SIGHT (Magazines, Fanzines, Books, etc.) 41
EVERYTHING IS NOT WHAT IT SEEMS 41
USEFUL CONTACTS ADDRESSES 42
Steven & Alan Freeman
21 Heather Road
Popol Vuh montage by Alan Freeman
Ace Of Pentacles AD Music APM
ATM Records Audiorama Black Rills
Big Tree Music Black Widow B So Global
Captain Trip Cleopatra CMP Cue
Cuneiform Cyclops Delerium Domo
Drag & Drop Forced Exposure Foxtrot
Garageland GAS Harmonia Mundi
Peter Harrison Humble Lion Musik
Impetus Kinesis Laser's Edge
Mensch Metamkine Klaus D. Mueller
Noise Museum Gunnar Møller Pedersen
Richard Pinhas Ashok Prema Prudence
RéR Megacorp Mario Schönwälder
SAM Spalax Stein Sein David Tibet
Totem Touch Uli Trepte Verulaminium
Victo Voiceprint Warpodisc
Sorry, not a huge amount of audio with this one, despite a great wealth of reviews (many labels will not share audio samples, and we don't have contact details for a lot of stuff any more), and many people are only giving permission for extracts (or, at least it would be taking quite a liberty to include all the wonderful "The Dead Side Of The Moon" !!!). If you are an artist featured in this issue and would like a sample of your music included, please contact us.
Audion Magazine (established 1986) has a reputation for its different stance on modern music, ever willing to embrace the
unusual, and seek-out those that have helped shape the face of new-music, from rock/folk/jazz to the avant-garde. Audion doesn't adhere to trends or fashion, it exists purely for the love of the music.
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This, friends, is my only reported “favorite album of 2021.” This album- granted, an anthology- has so many textures. I noted in a 3-track ‘spanse being reminded of Four Tet (albeit beatless), Trepaningritualen (plus harmonica), and Acid Mothers Temple (sans guitar). The Sonologyst is a curatorial genius. Creativity rules this world. cielocanth