R.I.P. Chick Corea. Silver Circle by Jan Jelinek - based on a sample by ... guess who? Originally released in 2002 on ~scape, album title: Instrumentals - Staedtizism 3, various artists.
Käthe Kruse: Ich sehe (Schlagzeilen und Tonspuren, Edition Distanz), 2020
Jan Jelinek: Silver Circle, 2002
Fortunately for us, Dmytro Nikolaienko agreed to open up the jewellery boxes of his tape-loop archive for his debut album on Faitiche. What came to light was a collection of dreamy glittering gems, masterfully presented using the compositional possibilities of analogue tape machines. Release: April 16th 2021. more
artwork (excerpt) for Nikolaienko: Rings, faitiche23, photo by Dmytro Nikolaienko
Nikolaienko: Ambianta I (faitiche23), 2021
On the occasion of the vinyl rerelease of 1+3+1 (Triosk meets Jan Jelinek, faitback05, release: April 9th 2021), Jan Jelinek's ICE Compositions are being made available digitally (remastered version) for the first time. more
Jan Jelinek: Darwin, 2002
Jan Jelinek: A1. ICE 695 (ICE Compositions, faitback11), 2002
faitiche's bimonthly radio show on LYL. Next show's guest is musician and label founder Nikolaienko (label Muscut & Shukai) - on air February 5th, 14:00-15:00. Afterwards as stream & download available.
Nikolaienko: The Sounds Of Pseudoscience (Muscut 3, 2015)
The limestone cave, situated in the Sicilian town of Syracuse, 65 meters deep and laid out in ancient times, has exceptional acoustics: A person standing in the cave's entrance can hear every word whispered deep down inside it. more
Orecchio di Dionisio, Syracusa Italy, 2018
Jan Jelinek: Orecchio di Dionisio (II), 2021