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Verzamelen II

by Wouter van Veldhoven

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Lost Tribe Sound Wouter's music is a tricky thing. At first it's easy to say I've heard these instruments before, pots and pans, organs, bells, toy strings... pretty cool. But like that moment right as the fungi begins to take hold and you notice the walls slowly start to breathe and dance around you. Nothing is quite as it seems. Here too is the magic that Wouter seems to imbue over the whole of 'Verzamelen II'.
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The Lifted Index From beginning to end, this album mesmerizes its listener. The flutter and crunch of the sounds are only part of the story here. Beautiful understated melodies, subtle rhythmic undulations, and lots of heart made this one an instant repeat for me. Favorite track: Sings of Safety - A Start.
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Schetsje 00:47
Klokschets 06:54
Wandelliedje 03:45


Verzamelen II is the second volume in a retrospective series in which we look back at the work of Wouter van Veldhoven (Netherlands). Throughout the past decade, the Dutch composer built an impressive catalogue of music in which tape loop and modular synthesis experiments hold a central place. Both collaborations and solo-work saw the light through some distinctive labels such as Slaapwel, The Tapeworm, Umor Rex and Digitalis among others.

With this series we want to dive into some work which slightly went under the radar. The pieces are collected from several releases and are re-mastered for the occasion. Some of them were never physically released before.

Peter Broderick and Hainbach kindly joined this trip by offering two new reworks which close this second volume.

Songs taken from ‘A head stuck in tapes’, ‘Een paar schetjes en optredens 2005-2006’ & other found unreleased tracks.


released May 5, 2021

Music by Wouter van Veldhoven
Reworks by Peter Broderick and Hainbach
Mastered by Ian Hawgood
Artwork by Femke


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