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APL023 >> MARSEN JULES - YARA
	  [05.07.2004 | EMOTIONAL ACOUSTIC MOMENTS]


With the Dortmundian Martin Juhls being krill.minima, he 
preferably concerns himself with crispy organic Ambient-Dub 
tales,  while he focuses on the sound of mainly acoustic 
instruments, being Marsen Jules. Carefully selected fragments 
are revised  and arranged in a new and innovating way, while 
the found atmosphere and emotion is endensed. The results are 
almost static  sonorous pictures full of emotion and expression, 
whose filigrane movements reflect equally riot and composure to 
the  fullest. "Yara" is the second release of Marsen Jules on 
Autoplate, after the critically acclaimed "Lazy Sunday Funerals",  
that was claimed to be the missing link between Wolfgang Voigts 
Gas and Ekkehard Ehlers Betrieb, by the blueprint of experimental 
music review-zine, "Vital Weekly".

While "Lazy Sunday Funerals" mainly refered to fragments of 
classic orchestraensembles, the source of "Yara" is completly  
different. 

It was in autumn 2002 when the "Trio Yara", from Dortmund 
aswell, played two extended concerts in a smokey club.  
Those concerts where recorded at the opposed bar. Because of 
the distance between the bar-microphone and stage, the 
recording  assembled a lot background sounds, which dominated 
the recording especially in the quieter moments. The opening 
of a door, a  shy giggle, mysterious voices, the rattle of 
touching glasses, a moody sigh or the whispering of the 
audience at the final  chord. Just the kind of sounds that 
wouldn't fall into the ear of the ordinary listener made up 
Marsen to have a closer look  at the recording. 

Carefully he extracted those moments that remain hidden to the 
usual listener, although they transpose a  maximum of 
atmosphere and emotion. Then Marsen sequenced 6 exciting 
tracks between moving beauty and concentrated emotion. It is 
indeed truely extraordinary how Marsen Jules makes it; to 
extended static polaroids of sound and melt them into each 
other. Available as free-of-charge online release, this album 
is a great preview of the next upcoming Album by Marsen Jules, 
which is set to be released in autumn 2004 on the Berlin City 
Centre Offices label. "Yara" is a harmonic and internally closed 
field in the horizont of sound of Marsen Jules. The concerned 
soundwaves were used with kind authorization by "Trio Yara". 

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:: 6 tracks :: 41min 16sec :: 58.132 MB ::

01: Marsen Jules - "Yara 01"
02: Marsen Jules - "Yara 02"
03: Marsen Jules - "Yara 03"
04: Marsen Jules - "Yara 04"
05: Marsen Jules - "Yara 05"
06: Marsen Jules - "Yara 06"

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[AUTOPLATE.RELEASES]

APL001 VA - "Bauhaus"
APL002 Andrey Kirichenko - "00.00"
APL003 Danny Kreutzfeldt - "Furtherspace"
APL004 833-45 - "Solar Cycle"
APL005 Affective Disorder w/ Undacova - "Study Of A Ladybug On A Rope"
APL006 VA - "Constructions for Andrey Kirichenko"
APL007 Taavi Tulev - "Televiisor On Tuksis"
APL008 Vultrapia - "Autopianotationalismasoschism"
APL009 Dighom - "Vibrating Colours - Coloured Vibrations"
APL010 Sable - "Dusk"
APL011 Randomajestiq - "UnclassifiEP"
APL012 Gultskra Artikler - "Gruppa Turistov"
APL013 The Moglass w/ Andrey Kirichenko
APL014 Off The Sky - "Studies of Lifeform In Transit"
APL015 Johan Wieslander - "Gas"
APL016 Fernando Lagreca - "Suave"
APL017 Marsen Jules - "Lazy Sunday Funerals"
APL018 Tlon - "Acoustic Lazy Dolls"
APL019 Gultskra Artikler - "Gololed"
APL020 VA - "Many Things Worth Living For"
APL021 Konrad Bayer - "Shall We Go To The Park?"
APL022 Normal Music - "Let's Do Really Strange Things And Call Them Normal"
APL023 Marsen Jules - "Yara"

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