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analog pattern robots

Postby univalve » Fri Feb 03, 2012 10:23 am

Update 13/10/23:
This entry for the BILF 2013 was a song (speedway transport) of analog pattern robots:


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So here is some stuff (rehearsal footage) from my 2 piece band analog pattern robots. Hope some of you like our shit :)




i add more when the upload is finished.

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For those who understand german: a friend of us wrote a band description.
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Analog Pattern Robots: Alf trifft besaitete Weltraumorgel

Kenner wissen: Es braucht nur einen Disco-Beat ein gutes Riff  und die Überzeugung, es zu spielen. Kenner wissen auch: Weniger ist mehr, und ein Trio ist für die reine Lehre bereits zu viel. Wie hieß es früher? Ein guter Song kommt auch mit nur einer Akustikgitarre gut. Vielleicht, vielleicht aber auch nicht. Seit Analog Pattern Robots steht immerhin fest: Ein guter Song kommt auch nur mit Drums und obskuren Gitarren gut. Das, was woanders als Essenz gilt – nämlich der Bass – wird hier im Vorbeigehen bedient. Für Bass braucht man keinen Bass! Das klingt fett, nach dicken Backen und manchmal cheesy. Der Käse klebt, die Fäden ziehen sich, aber es bleibt immer lecker.

Effekt-Gitarrist Robin und Drummer Hannes, das sind zwei wie D.A.F., nur mit Melodie und ohne affektiertes Gesangsstakkato – und schneller. Ein unschlagbares Disco-Tempelritter-Duo, der Plauzbär und der Hagere. Schlagzeuger Hannes spielt sein Kit mit flinker Schubkraft, so, als hätte er noch nie was von der Behäbigkeit und Trägheit von Altrockern mitbekommen.

Und die Gitarre? Die klingt manchmal harmonisch-feist zerrend, mehr noch nach pulsierenden Techno-Ambient-Klängen. Warme Sounds, kaltgepresst. Ungekannte Synth-Anklänge, unzählige Fuzz-Pedale, obskure Octaver und das größte Gitarren-Rig, das ein Gitarrist in einem Duo je gespielt haben dürfte. Das Klanggebilde aus geloopten Gitarrenphrasen und fast hypnotischen Melodie-Patterns wirkt wie ein musikalischer Bergstollen, erkundet von ihren rhythmischen Klangbohrungen. Keine verkopften, geistigen Schonbezüge, diese Musik unterläuft das Bewusstsein und geht direkt ins Blut. Die Village People brauchten vier Leute, um ordentlich was loszumachen. Analog Pattern Robots brauchen nur zwei.

So, und warum Alf? Weil diese Musik nicht von dieser Welt ist. Und Weltraumorgel? Nach Gitarre klingen Analog Pattern Robots jedenfalls nicht. Und wer weiß schon, wie eine Weltraumorgel klingt.
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Re: analog pattern robots

Postby Rygot » Fri Feb 03, 2012 11:04 am

Dig it.
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Re: analog pattern robots

Postby sylnau » Fri Feb 03, 2012 6:15 pm

Very good. :thumb:
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Re: analog pattern robots

Postby monkeydancer » Fri Feb 03, 2012 9:58 pm

I really like this, are you planning to get a bigger band together or keep it how it is? :thumb:
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Re: analog pattern robots

Postby wsas3 » Fri Feb 03, 2012 11:48 pm

This really is some great stuff!
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Re: analog pattern robots

Postby univalve » Sat Feb 04, 2012 5:41 am

Thank you so much for taking the time and listing to our music and the kind words! :hug: highly appreciated!

@monkeydancer: no, we want to keep it like that. This makes decisions very easy and we both share the same idea. We thought about adding other musicians though. But here in our (little) town it is not really easy to find a bass player that would fit.
We have for some of our songs samples that the drummer triggers. The samples are all only vocal based - so strictly all "music" comes from the guitar and the drumset. There will be a bit more sample stuff soon: i want my wife to sing some parts.
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Re: analog pattern robots

Postby monkeydancer » Sat Feb 04, 2012 10:14 am

That's cool, I like 2 piece bands and your sound is already 'full' enough for me, makes me want to finally get that drums+guitar project I want to do going.
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Re: analog pattern robots

Postby phantasmagorovich » Sat Feb 04, 2012 6:14 pm

Plauzbär? Geil, schon für dieses Wort gebührt euch der höchste Respekt.
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Re: analog pattern robots

Postby Haki » Sat Feb 04, 2012 10:59 pm

Nothing wrong with a 2 piece when it sounds as good as this. :thumb:
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Re: analog pattern robots

Postby Mudfuzz » Sat Feb 04, 2012 11:08 pm

love'n it!
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Re: analog pattern robots

Postby The Mad Owl » Sat Feb 04, 2012 11:37 pm

damn cool, dude!
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Re: analog pattern robots

Postby DarkAxel » Thu Feb 23, 2012 5:04 am

Hey, awesome, keep us posted! :)
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