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Greie Gut Fraktion

Crafting the actual duo telephone calls “post-kraut-dub-industrial-techno,” Greie Gut Fraktion includes East German-born poet/producer Antye Greie and West German experimental producer Gudrun Gut. Greie also produces music beneath the moniker AGF, was half of Laub and spent some time working with Ellen Allien, Craig Armstrong and Vladislav Hold off, amongst others; Gut, on the other hand, was an associate of Mania D, Malaria!, Einstürzende Neubauten and Matador, and works the label Monika Organization. The project started in 2008, when Greie asked Gut to collaborate with her on the function commissioned for the BBC plan Past due Junction; the set were inspired with the propulsive noises of structure sites and produced hours of field recordings. Throughout 2009, Greie and Gut produced songs out of the noises plus vocals, beats and guitars within their particular studios in Finland and Berlin. The duo performed displays in Copenhagen, Berlin and London before their 1st launch, the Wir bauen eine neue Stadt (“we’re creating a fresh town”) EP found its way to springtime 2010 on Monika. A cover from the 1981 strike by Palais Schaumberg (including Gut collaborator Thomas Fehlmann among the music group’s users), in addition, it presented remixes by Wolfgang Voigt and Alva Noto. Greie Gut Fraktion’s 1st full-length Baustelle (“Building Site”) premiered in summer time 2010.

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