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Artist: GESELLSCHAFT ZUR EMANZIPATION DES SAMPLES
Title: Circulations
Format: 7"
Label: Faitiche
Country: Germany
Price: $8.00
"The mysterious Gesellschaft Zur Emanzipation Des Samples (trans. "Society for the Emancipation of Samples") presents tracks from Circulations on 7" vinyl in a limited edition of 300 copies only. These recordings present samplings of music in public space which choreographs a recording situation and, at the same time, the utopia of a space unfettered by copyright. In some cases, the public aspect is palpable, in others, it is hardly noticeable, depending on the degree of processing. Includes one previously-unreleased track." -Faitiche

Artist: GESELLSCHAFT ZUR EMANZIPATION DES SAMPLES
Title: More Circulations
Format: 7"
Label: Faitiche
Country: Germany
Price: $13.00
"Faitiche presents four new recordings from the Gesellschaft Zur Emanzipation Des Samples (G.E.S.). On More Circulations, G.E.S. instigate the following recording situations: audio playback devices are placed in public spaces in order to play the desired sample material. The resulting recordings document collages from public spaces: a hotel lobby in Lanzerote, a registry office in Berlin, Copenhagens Tivoli garden, a beach on the Portuguese coast, the old town of Geneva as well a Mercedes Benz on the way to Eindhoven." -Faitiche

Artist: GESELLSCHAFT ZUR EMANZIPATION DES SAMPLES
Title: Uguisubari
Format: 7"
Label: Faitiche
Country: Germany
Price: $11.00
"Faitiche present the launch of its new Acoustic Surveillance Series. Each 7" vinyl single in the series presents a historical system for acoustic surveillance, beginning with Uguisubari by Jan Jelineks field recordist pseudonym G.E.S.. The pieces feature recordings of uguisubari -- special floors in Japanese temples and castles. The nightingale floor was a popular acoustic warning system. It was very simple: when someone stepped on the floorboards, the nails holding them in place rubbed against metal clamps mounted on the underside of the boards, raising the alarm by creating a squeaking noise that resembled the chirping of the Japanese nightingale." - Faitiche.

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