Jan Jelinek recorded beneath the brands Farben and Gramm, in addition to his delivery name, and became a revered manufacturer of electronic music. Shifting to Berlin in 1995 with regard to his university level in school of thought and sociology, Jelinek began tinkering with sampling mass media. His experimentation converted into solid productions, and in 1998 he began releasing records beneath the moniker Farben on Klang Elektronik. In Apr of 2000, he released the 4th Farben 12″, Uncooked Micro, while also saving beneath the name Gramm. The Gramm alias offered as a car for Jelinek to make a compromise between hearing and dance music. Using his sampler as an instrument to dissect and tape collectively new songs, Jelinek shifted to Stefan Betke’s Scape label for Loop-Finding-Jazz-Records. Jelinek slice and pasted jazz sequences from your ’60s and ’70s, rearranging them with sound tools for a distinctive end product. Furthermore to carrying out live at night clubs, he has used part in digital music-focused celebrations and largely added to the Hanover, Germany-based Expo 2000, creating media property and soundscapes for the youngsters press exhibit. One particular performance having a laptop computer group, Pc Soup, was captured on tape and released as Improvisations and Edits: Tokyo, 09/26/2001. In 2003 Jelinek came back with La Nouvelle Pauvreté, an archive that matched up wits with Loop-Finding-Jazz. Another cooperation premiered, also in 2003, with Triosk. The effect, entitled 1+3+1, presented Jelinek tweaking out the live trio. The earthy Kosmischer Pitch (2005) and Tierbeobachtungen (2006) adopted.
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