Heinz Hopf – Ids Inte (cass)



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Heinz Hopf – Ids Inte (cass)

Incendiary confusion amidst pointless data. A dumb nothing of electronics and vital intoxication. “I don’t care.” Vitrine kicks off its summer batch of releases with the latest cassette from Sweden’s Heinz Hopf.

Dan Johansson and Matthias Andersson have been steadily contributing invaluable work to the experimental community, both local and international, throughout the 2000s, either via projects such as Johansson’s Sewer Election, Andersson’s Arv & Miljö, or the latter’s Release the Bats and IDDB record labels. For the past five years, Johansson and Andersson have been collectively delivering the next best thing to a bag full of Elkbrews and some MSNP tapes. There’s constant movement which never leads to progress as dense sound drops out to half-seconds of silence, following which the listener returns to another spot on the map, as if such a relocation mattered.

High-yield noise without some vague pretense towards darkness or taboo. Limit points without the notion of a dotted line. It would be apt to call this a manifestation of pure, libidinal energy, if it wasn’t all so gloriously drunk and retarded. Sound for sound’s sake. Pleasure for no sake at all. Vitrine is nothing but proud to release thirty minutes of Gothenburg’s finest.

Limited to 100 copies

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