RECORD CRACK: Robert Turman to release “Three Parts” project in April

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An interesting project here by Robert Turman from the Cejero label out of Denmark. Turman recorded the music of Three Parts back in 1991 using a 4-track cassette recorder, but remained in his collection for years, for no one to hear. Now, this 29-minuet track will surface and it’s being released on vinyl. Only 500 copies of this is being pressed, and it features a cover with a drawing done by Dutch artist Henri Jacobs. As for the music, it’s described as consisting of “layers of mystical tones winds in and out of each other in off-center patterns, creating a simple, yet spatial and truly unique atmosphere. It’s very avant-garde and minimalistic, definitely something that will take you into a trance without you realizing it.

Europeans can pre-order the album by going to Cejero Records’ web store. North American audiences can order it directly from Robert Turman.

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