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Feu Follett as Tobias Fischer

Modern music has followed a long tradition of filling up the spaces between modern so-called “sonic art” while still pulling from more traditional places like free jazz and contemporary classical music. Electronic music of the 20th century has always been labeled a “fringe-force” in contemporary culture, yet most other popular forms borrow From avant garde electronic and musique concrete as well as industrialist traditions without paying any compliment to their origins. Their music fits neither narrowly into one place or another, it finds a home in the immediate space where life unfolds free of Rent Romustradition but happily informed by it’s collective past. The music is created remotely by both Rent Romus and Tobias Fischer aka Feu Follett independent of regional influences enough to be fully in the tradition of both. It is a work of delicacy and shifting moods, wrong notes and lovely dissonances…this is a subtle work that requires quiet and solitude to unfold as both A complex and impassioned piece of sonic art that defines its own traditions.

"The duo slams the psyche into submission, while offering numerous mind-bending propositions. At times there are streaming sounds of a river intermixed with notions of high-decibel machinery gone awry."
- Glenn Astarita, All About Jazz