Magazine tagged Burnt Friedman

October 12, 2015

Flanger is back!

Flanger is back! After 10 years, Atom™ and Burnt Friedman have composed and produced their fifth long player. This time, not surrendering to genre-restricting limits, both have progressed from the initial skills shown on their début album "Templates" b

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October 12, 2015

Flanger

Flanger is back! After 10 years, Atom™ and Burnt Friedman have composed and produced their fifth long player. This time, not surrendering to genre-restricting limits, both have progressed from the initial skills shown on their début album "Templates" b

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October 10, 2014

Burnt Friedman teams up with US vocalist Daniel Dodd-Ellis

The impact of the eleven sound poems, or poetry tracks, derives less from intentional meaning and symbolism than from fortuitous coincidences, cut-ups, and flashes of inspiration in the course of handling the audio material. Rather than a composed narrati

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April 22, 2013

Friedman & Liebezeit – Secret Rhythms 5 (Nonplace)

Over the past 12 years Secret Rhythms has become the leading Nonplace trademark. In April 2013 Jaki Liebezeit and Burnt Friedman will add a fifth album to a series that also includes three 12" singles and one remix single. Central to the secret rhythms co

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April 16, 2013

The Volume 5 in the series with all brandnew recordings by Jaki Liebezeit and Burnt Friedman

The Volume 5 in the series with all brandnew recordings by Jaki Liebezeit (Can) and Burnt Friedman - available as CD and double vinyl in an original Nonplace packaging! Over the past 12 years Secret Rhythms has become the leading Nonplace trademark. In

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February 3, 2012

Burnt Friedman

"Bokoboko" comes from the Japanese, like the other track titles, and means "uneven", "hollow-sounding" - adjectives aptly describing the album's crooked, dynamic grooves as well as the many percussively resounding instruments. Friedman, recognizable more

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April 18, 2011

Friedman & Liebezeit – Secret Rhythms 4 (Nonplace)

The fourth album release in the "Secret Rhythms" series by Burnt Friedman & Jaki Liebezeit results from a ten-year collaborative project encompassing live performances and studio sessions. What began as a rehearsal for a concert delivered at Cologne Trien

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April 7, 2011

Fourth album release in the “Secret Rhythms” series by Burnt Friedman & Jaki Liebezeit …

The fourth album release in the "Secret Rhythms" series by Burnt Friedman & Jaki Liebezeit results from a ten-year collaborative project encompassing live performances and studio sessions. What began as a rehearsal for a concert delivered at Cologne Trien

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April 20, 2010

Nonplace 10th Anniversary Edition

With this 10th Anniversary exclusive instrumentals CD edition Nonplace celebrates ten years of labeldom. It's not merely a wild mixture of adventurous quality grooves, but an assembly of tunes from extremely different sources. The contributions come from

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April 7, 2010

Nonplace celebrates ten years of labeldom …

With this 10th Anniversary exclusive instrumentals CD edition Nonplace celebrates ten years of labeldom. It's not merely a wild mixture of adventurous quality grooves, but an assembly of tunes from extremely different sources. The contributions come from

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October 29, 2009

Second album by Hayden Chisholm’s project The Embassadors …

For the Embassadors' second album on Nonplace Hayden Chisholm has come up with 7 instrumental jazz dub originals. Burnt Friedman is mixing and co-producing these tracks. Hayden's tenor sax, hammond organ, and steel drums are supported by Jochen Rücker

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March 9, 2009

Burnt Friedman – Con Ritmo 2009 (Nonplace)

Four extra tracks are added to this reissue of the first Nonplace CD, that has been originally released nine years ago. The music ventures into digital-age lounge music (one track features an astonishing Moog solo by Senor Coconut aka Atom Heart) and the

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January 26, 2009

Reissue of Nonplace classic “Con Ritmo” by Burnt Friedman incl. four extra tracks …

Four extra tracks are added to this reissue of the first Nonplace CD, that has been originally released nine years ago. The music ventures into digital-age lounge music (one track features an astonishing Moog solo by Senor Coconut aka Atom Heart) and the

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September 25, 2008

Burnt Friedman & Jaki Liebezeit

When people talk about innovative music produced during Germany's music-historically most exciting era, then three names almost always crop up: Kraftwerk, Neu, and Can. If it's a question of deciding which drummer has remained most influential up to the p

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August 22, 2008

Jaki Liebezeit (ex-Can) teaming up with Burnt Friedman once again in search of “Secret Rhythms” …

If it's a question of deciding which drummer has remained most influential up to the present day, then Jaki Liebezeit is surely one of the most interesting candidates. Together with Burnt Friedman in the third, and most uncompromising, instalment of Secre

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February 28, 2008

The music collective The Embassadors with their debut on Nonplace …

The Embassadors is a music collective formed by Hayden Chisholm - reed player/producer and long time colloborator with Burnt Friedman. The Collective is the result of over 12 years of Chisholm´s globetrotting, co-productions, collecting musical informati

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September 10, 2007

Burnt Friedman

"Each moment of music is a step into the future." Bobby Mc Ferrin Navigating an atypical musical expedition, Burnt Friedman´s unusual trajectory curved its way through an adolescent obsession with percussion and a singular dedication to amassing a sel

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January 31, 2006

Burnt Friedman & Jaki Liebezeit

Just what is a Secret Rhythm? Well, this probably can't be answered without first having a quick look at that most un-secret of rhythms, the 4/4 bar. From Easy Listening to Heavy Metal, from church bells to Drum'n'Bass club tunes or from Country music to

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