Industrial dub techno and submarine noises for the post-digital era. Periskop is a solo music project operated by the Danish electronic music producer Danny Kreutzfeldt in the age of cultural overproduction.
Periskop – 40 was released May 25th 2013 by Uhrlaut Records and Periskop.cc on a special gatefold vinyl+USB format. The release contains forty full-length albums. 1 album on vinyl LP and 39 albums as bonus material on USB. All forty albums are also available for streaming and as free mp3 download.
The LP album is industrial dub techno, click-doom, dark pop and deep drone noise. It is to be considered the best possible material within the confines of the traditional album format and aesthetic frame of the project. It features material previously unreleased on a physical format, and is the result of +10 years of music work. The LP features contributions from the Danish National Symphony Orchestra performing Grieg, Tchaikovsky and Mahler. There is vocal contributions from Sofie Nielsen of the dark pop project Tone and from Emil Brahe of the doom metal band SOL.
The USB material consists of the LP album and the 39 album bonus material in mp3 format. The albums work as separate albums in different styles and as a coherent whole. It features solo music work of Danny Kreutzfeldt from 1999-2012 with a total playtime of 32 hrs 20 mins 04 secs, which makes it the longest release in the history of Danish music. The material is recompiled, reworked and remastered material out of a larger bulk of released and unreleased work.
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Released by Uhrlaut Records and PERISKOP.CC May 25th 2013 on a special gatefold vinyl+USB physical edition. It contains forty full-length albums. 1 album on LP and 39 albums as bonus material on USB. It features solo music work of Danny Kreutzfeldt from 1999-2012, and is the longest release in the history of Danish music.
Durable sleeve and gatefold, 160g vinyl LP, 2 inner sleeves, 4-page inlay, protective envelope with 4GB USB-card holding all 40 albums as 224kbps MP3. More photos of the physical edition here.
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