This is the first Solorecord by Brezel Göring. It is released on Gagarin Records, the label of the fancy Felix Kubin and features the japanese Noise-Gabba-
On this record you can also hear the Telefone, an invention by Brezel Göring, that combines a synthesizer, played with the keys of the telephone, and a Vocoder, when you pick up the phone: it is a decentralized instrument: call somebody and play a melody to him.
Göring, prime minister of Stereo Total and Count of Sinister Forests, where he creates his wacky scratchy minimal electro punk, pleases our filthy fantasies with swinging moods, from new wave disco to distorted hawaii shuffle to fucked up Bollywood crash music.
Barom One from Tokio creates a blend of Euro-Disko-Gabba-Trash and pure noise with hysteric voices and catchy melodies.
“Das ist eine crazy Schallplatte, Felix” says Françoise Cactus in the bus. Nothing to calm down when you need peace and silence.
Title: Brezel Göring / Barom
One Format: 12″ Split LP