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The Entdown Mystery



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Submitted by philippe | 5/30/2014

A journey through the fractal worlds of artist Andreas Schwietzke, with the music of Michael Brückner. Andreas Schwietzke is an accomplished German painter and graphical artist who studied painting at the academy in Kassel; more recently he started to explore the vast possibillities of computer generated fractal images; while the visualisation of fractals is nothing new as such, Andreas Schwietzke''s artisitic sensibilities, his painter''s eye if You like, enabled him not only to soon develop his own unique style, but to carve meaningful pictures out of the vast fractal spaces, which are further edited, enhanced and honed to rich pieces of visual art. Andreas Schwitzke not only is a visual artist, but also an excellent electronic musician since many years. However, the soundtrack of this video here comes from... Michael Brückner (that''s me, obviously ;-) ) a German ambient and electronica producer since more than 20 years... The music to this video is actually a medley of three older dance tracks (of sorts), with short ambient intros, and interludes. Here''s the tracklist: 1. (Intro) TIMIST ENSTE (Excerpt) - from the album Squealing with Glee, 2008 2. ENTDOWN - originally from the album Underwater Chillies, 2000 - new mix, 2013 3. (Interlude 1) INSIDE THE BLUE CAVE (Excerpt) - from the album Breakfast on Yuggoth, 2004 4. EASTERN TRANSCENDENTAL - from the album Hoax, 2003 5. (Interlude 2) MORE REDDISH (Excerpt) - from the album Five Small Nails, 2003 6. MYSTERY - from the album Irrghun, 2003 Links: You can find more of Andreas Schwietzkes excellent fractal art and music on his own YouTube channel: You can find a number of of Michael Brückner''s albums on BandCamp: Also of interest: the excellent Berlin based electronic musician Lutz Thuns also featured some of Andreas Schwietzke''s fractal art in some of his music clips: ...and: Andreas Schwietzke''s artwork will be available as high quality colour prints - more info here (soon):

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