The New Movement & KH12 Quartet - Nichts Für Nitsch Album
|Psych.KG 229||The New Movement & KH12 Quartet||The New Movement & KH12 Quartet - Nichts Für Nitsch (LP, Ltd, Num, Pic)||Psych.KG||Psych.KG 229||Germany||2017|
|Psych.KG 229||TNM & KH12||TNM & KH12 - Nichts Für Nitsch (LP, Bla + LP, Whi + Album, Ltd + Box, Dlx, Ltd, Nu)||Psych.KG||Psych.KG 229||Germany||2017|
- Artwork [Back, uncredited] – Kenny Johansson
- Artwork [Boxset, uncredited] – KH12 - Quartet
LP in handmade wooden box with 2× black circular inserts and nagaoka sleeves.
All comes in hand- stamped/painted cloth bag.
Edition of 15.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Psych.KG
- Copyright (c) – TNM
- Copyright (c) – KH12
The New Movement & KH12 Quartet. 65 Votes: 457 Format: MP3 MP4 DXD MP2 ASF APE AA MPC FLAC. LP in handmade wooden box with 2 black circular inserts and nagaoka sleeves. All comes in hand- stampedpainted cloth bag. Other versions. TNM & KH12 - Nichts Für Nitsch LP, Bla LP, Whi Album, Ltd Box, Dlx, Ltd, Nu. Related music: Nuclear Family - Action . Category: Electronic, Non Music. Singer: The New Movement. Title: Nichts Für Nitsch. Rating: 4. TNM & KH12 - Nichts Für Nitsch PDF album review. Abstract, Experimental, Industrial, Noise. Musician: TNM Title: Nichts Für Nitsch Category: Electronic, Non Music Country: Germany Released: 2017 Rating: 4. 85 Votes: 657 Other Formats: TTA XM VQF DTS MPC VOX MP4. Related music albums: GX Jupitter-Larsen & The New Movement, Mama Bär - Dirnengeschirr. K-12 pronounced K through twelve is the second studio album by American singer Melanie Martinez. It is her first studio album in four years and was released with an accompanying film of the same name on September 6, 2019, through Atlantic Records. Martinez began writing the album in 2015. In a 2017 interview with Billboard, Martinez said that her then-untitled second album was finished and would be accompanied by a film that she was writing and directing. The12Movement. 1 like. Not Now. Contact The12Movement on Messenger. With KH12 Quartet Matthias Horn and Phillip Zimmermann, they recorded this tribute to Nitsch in Sweden. Acoustic objects are hand cranked in front of a microphone and then fed through a bunch of sound effects, while the original bursts of acoustics remain intact. some thought went into producing these noise pieces, of cracking acoustic objects, loops of metallic rumble and spacing out distortion over the pieces itself. I am not sure, but surely this is music that mister Nitsch would like as a backdrop to his performances as it sounds like the sound of destruction and decay. quite l