Review | By Duncan Simpson / Musique Machine
Roger Döring & Konrad Korabiewski | Komplex
Another release from the sound-art side of Germany’s Gruenrekorder, Komplex is a collaboration between saxophonist Roger Döring and electronic improviser Konrad Korabiewski. Recorded over two years in a variety of locations and different acoustic spaces, Döring, who also improvises on c clarinet, provides the material which Korabiewski manipulates into unfamiliar shapes or adds to with mostly subtle electronics and field recordings. The first piece Kremmenerstraße opens with quiet street noise (perhaps recorded from the Berlin street which gives the piece its title) before Döring’s baritone sax appears playing extended low notes which are overdubbed and lightly processed by Korabiewski. []

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