CCO x Echo 106, D Cosmo & Faber
Lux Rec at Kraftfeld
Saturday 16th November, for our second installment at Kraftfeld Club, we had a live machinery jam that saw CCO and one half of Echo 106 sharing the stage and improvising on a 909, 808, Modular, and other gear. Computer free. Thank you KF!
After the Analog improvisation of CCO and Echo 106, label D Cosmo and Faber took up the stage for one last dance in trance. Here’s one hour of that final session.
The road to Hell is paved in gold. One that guides to Disorder, Repression and eventually a last leap into OD. Yes, boy, this is Life. Unfair, menacing, dark and twisted, like the new EP from R-A-G out on Lux Rec. The The Dutch trio presents its first release outside the M>O>S legacy and delivers three excessive tracks wandering on the fringes of the jacking zone, analog techno and wavy obscurity. Walk in, embrace Life. Hear it pulsates, disappear.
Gold vinyl in a gold printed sleeve. Free download included.
A special Echo 106 package was released on August, 28th. It boxes up the upcoming Echo 106 release on Lux Rec – Infernal Regions double 12″ as well as their previous 12″ + 7″ - Winter Music. White labels on 180 gr. black vinyl, all packaged in a stamped cardboard box.
Through the Gate of Hell a Wild Savage Forest of Wretched Souls had let me Frozen and Faint. Now all is heard.
Lux Rec presents the second appearance of Echo 106 on the label. The two brothers descended into Infernal Regions to witness torturing flames, black magic woods, seas of damned souls and ice cold bodies. So brave, although not without any fear, they went close enough to sense such pains themselves. Carving five songs that depict their gloomy journey to an extent that, as the last song says, all is heard indeed.
The EP comes in a double 12″ outfit with a gatefold sleeve. The front picture is a work of Giandomenico Carpentieri (gdcdesign.tumblr.com). The production has been curated by D Cosmo. Free download included.
Stefan Blomeier took a trip into the unknown. A fast drugged out train to nowhere. This unexpected leap brought us back hazy resonant memories. Flashes of light and dark, tunnels into cold and inhospitable mountains. Trails on a path that grow cold and he got lost. Encounters of the strangest kind. Humans? Animals? Secrets left unsaid. Time passes and no one knows. It is better to move before the night fall. A storm is coming.
Lux Rec once again explores the underground of analog possibilities. Blomeier is a extraordinary musician playing mostly live and recording on tape cassette, not having a plan but letting the music find a way out in itself. So these three tracks came out. Record is limited to 300 copies, download code included.
CCO, Meschi, Echo 106
Lux Rec at LoveStream
Friday 8th March we had a great night at Longstreet Bar in Zurich. Lux Rec got all out with three live and fully analog acts. Beginning with a spaced out CCO set working his Doepfer modular synthesizer, building up with a deep and moody Meschi, which was his first time in Zurich, and ending with a massive sweating and dancing hour from Echo 106, their first live ever! We are very proud of the outcome. Let’s keep it coming.
We’d like to thank you Luki, to give us his LOVESTREAM platform, the night was broadcasted in realtime as well as recorded. Bärbel to organize everything at Longstreet Bar, and of course CCO, Meschi and Echo 106 for their effort and commitment, as well as the records we released from them. See some pictures HERE to have an idea of what it was like, listen the recording below, to hear what you’ve missed.
Lux Rec presents
Faber, D Cosmo, I-G
Saturday 16th February, at Zukunft club in Zürich, there has been the first of Lux Rec presents parties. Intergalactic Gary was our guest. These 2 hours are excerpts from Faber, D Cosmo and Intergalactic Gary music live recorded on that night.
If you are in Zurich and it happens that you get hold of the weekly magazine zueritipp, out today, you’ll find a picture of two weirdos smoking cigarettes in front of some old synthesizers. They are indeed D Cosmo & Faber. We have been favored by our friend and great music journalist Bjørn Schaeffner of ROOF FM fame with an article about Lux Rec and the first installment of our party series called Lux Rec presents.
The photo has been taken by Max Zeckau at CCO’s studio. Thank you both.
Alessandro Parisi recorded this album just with a Roland TR-707 and a Roland JX-3P. The result is impressive. For Lux Rec it was worth the label’s first LP. The heritage from his home in the northeast of Italy is clearly present in the music of Parisi. Back in the late seventies and early eighties Pordenone was an industrial city with a vivid underground post punk and wave scene. Cold weather electronics. Fog and darkness surrounds the place to this day and deeply pervades this record: the history of a city called Draconia. Who will do wrong shall not be forgiven. Limited to 250 copies, it comes in a red/gold vinyl double 12-inch outfit. Free download included.
Music for Cosmonauts CD
Following the vinyl EP previously released on Lux Rec, which contained revised excerpts taken from same liveset, this CD includes the entire piece.
Limited to 100 numbered copies. Numbers 1 to 20 can be ordered directly from us: email@example.com