Jan Jelinek's album Tierbeoachtungen in a limited pressing on vinyl for the first time.
Originally released on Scape in 2006 as a CD and download, the album's six tracks took their cues from Jelinek's live concerts of that period: dense, slowly unfolding loop improvisations made with a laptop, various effect pedals and miniature synthesizers. It is music that floats in a semi-conscious state between dream and awakening, always slightly mysterious, leaving traces that lead directly to the psychedelic-cosmic music of the kraut era.
Jan Jelinek is a German electronic musician
who also operates under the names Farben, Gramm, The Exposures and Gesellschaft Zur Emanzipation Des Samples
His works deal with the transformation of sounds, translating source materials from popular music into abstract, reduced textures. He constructs collages using tiny sound fragments from a wide variety of recording devices: tape recorders, digital samplers, media players and the like. The recordings are processed into repetitive loops that boil the original down to its essentials.
He is the founder of the German record label Faitiche
See also Gesellschaft Zur Emanzipation Des Samples