Kassel Jaeger

 
Kassel Jaeger (François J. Bonnet) is a Franco-Swiss composer and electroacoustic musician based in Paris. In addition to being Director of INA GRM, he is also a writer and theoretician. As a musician, he has been collaborating with artists such as Oren Ambarchi, Giuseppe Ielasi, Stephan Mathieu, Stephen O'Malley, Jim O'Rourke, Akira Rabelais or James Rushford.
Kassel Jaeger's works are a complex balance between concrète experimentalism, ambient noise, and electroacoustic improvisation. He has released several albums on various labels such as Editions Mego, Shelter Press, Black Truffle, Senufo Editions, Latency… His music has been played in renown venues and festivals all over the world such as Whitney Museum of American Art (US), Super Deluxe (JP), Atonal (DE), Accademia Chigiana (IT) Harvard Museum of Natural History (US), CTM (DE), SFEMF (US), El Nicho (MX), Ultima (NO), Elevate (AT) Madeiradig (PT), Donau Festival (AT)…

See also François J. Bonnet.

(external link : kasseljaeger.com)
 
Kassel Jaeger - Swamps / Things (2 vinyl LP)
2020
Shelter Press - Records
currently out of stock
Kassel Jaeger's first solo LP with Shelter Press—a remarkably intimate and forward-thinking aural balm, bristling with complex beauty.
Kassel Jaeger - Zauberberg (vinyl LP)
2016
Shelter Press - Records
sold out
An electroacoustic meditation on memories and on the persistence of the aura in a particular place, inspired by Thomas Mann's The Magic Mountain.


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