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by Jemh Circs

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  • Poster/Print

    signed & numbered 4-colour A3 print on 300g/qm heavy cardboard paper.
    limited edition of 25 copies.
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      €15 EUR or more 


  • Lathe-Cut Picture-Disc
    Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    1-sided audio (mono), 2mm polycarbonate, 4-colour print on both sides, 17.5 x 17.5cm. Limited edition of 50 copies.

    Please note: These are individually cut records. Obviously the sound quality will not match a modern vinyl cut and the sound of the machine (with all its quirks) is an essential part of the record.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Qot via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

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Qot 03:09


A new release by Jemh Circs (aka Black To Comm's Marc Richter) on the highly collectible Hasenbart label (Sculpture, Felix Kubin, People Like Us).

Special edition Lathe-Cut Picture-Disc and poster made exclusively for a performance with Gruppe Hasenbart during Hamburg's Blurred Edges Festival at Hanseplatte record shop. We're selling all remaining copies on Bandcamp only.

Music & Artwork by Marc Richter.


released February 11, 2018


➥ QOT-1


"What’s most striking about his sounds on “Qot” is the way they jitter in place—chiming like an open car door, bouncing like marbles scattering across the floor, creaking like worn-out bedsprings. There’s something profoundly soothing about these jumbled cadences; you can sink into them the way you would any repetitive incidental sound, like rainfall or ocean waves. But a wistful undercurrent runs through the finished composition. Chattering constellations of tones coalesce into swelling chords; all those anonymous blips come to resemble church choirs and soaring electric guitars. Recycling random audio off YouTube, Jemh Circs’ process couldn’t be less sentimental, but the results turn out to be sneakily emotive." (Philip Sherburne / Pitchfork)


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