Ruth-Maria Adam and Ronnie Oliveras have been around as part of the Datashock collective for quite a few years now, but their adventures as a duo are mostly undiscovered. With the help of electronics, bells, a violin and various percussion instruments the couple develops musical dialogues that speak to you in the most handsome way one can think of. Like Hans-Joachim Roedelius waltzing with Joan La Barbara while Smegma play (quietly) in the back. Limpe Fuchs’ a legend. From her early days as part of the Anima Sound duo to her current body of work there’s only one way to describe her approach towards music: radical, free and fearless. These live recordings proof that using only her voice and a few self-built percussion instruments she’s creating an atmosphere of maximum attention towards her audience. We don’t know how she does the trick, but we recommend the music cut to tape to re-enact the magic!
Side A (Flamingo Creatures Side)
01 – Ohne Konsonanten
01 – Trommeltrappen
Additional Info & Credits
Flamingo Creatures are Ruth-Maria Adam & Ronnie Oliveras
Artwork by Daniel Voigt & Ruth-Maria Adam
This tape is released as a handnumbered edition of 150.
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