Felix Kubin & Ditterich von Euler-Donnersperg - NNOI#1 Split LP 28787

Felix Kubin & Ditterich von Euler-Donnersperg - NNOI#1 Split LP 28787
Edition of 300 copies, gatefold sleeve.

"These two well-known Hamburg cook-artists have been stirring in the same pots for 25 years - only! with different spoons. One, the young man, forces his whisk into the sweetest dishes & conjures up delicious dishes - even from the spoiled remains of fish - for the thousands and thousands of hungry mouths.

The other, the old gurnard, first pushes his wooden spoon into the humming depths of a beehive to the end of the stem, before enraptured dragging it through the furrows. As honorable party members of the KED, Kommunistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands, and as the driving force behind the „Margot Honecker Liedertafel“, they are old companions and have tasted each other‘s delicacies extensively. Here, for the first time, they can pool their culinary skills in a common dish!

In this series, the recordings and documents of the actors of the NNOI Festival gather and reveal the primitive anatomy of the NNOI that sinks onto the frosted glass of nature, like the printing ink unconscious in the letters of the newspaper.

D.v. Euler-Donnersperg - side: 8 unreleased tracks from his wild beehive.

Felix Kubin - side: Felix Kubin accompanies René Clair‘s silent film »Entr’acte« from 1924 live with a new electro-acoustic soundtrack, which refers to the surreal cho- reography, the contrasts in content and the fast editing sequences of the film in rhythmic cut-ups.
Rene Clair‘s film „Entr‘acte“ from 1924 is a real jewel of surrealism and is largely unknown to this day. The director radically experiments with cinematographic effects, provokes absurd exaggerations, which sometimes take on blasphemous proportions, and is not afraid to commit violence. The staff of actors is made up of famous artists such as Erik Satie, Francis Picabia and Marcel Duchamp, who, quite self-ironically, bounce through the image rather than stride. Men and women roles are reversed, a death procession turns into a roller coaster ride. The bizarre humor of the film also testifies, among other things, to the artistic daring of its time."