Level Pi - Entrance. 2006 Germany

A rare modern album on the Garden of Delights label, Level Pi is the work of one Uwe Cremer, who plays all the instruments here. What Uwe has done, quite simply, is take the ethos of Manuel Gottsching and dragged it kicking and screaming into the 21st Century. The guitar playing is exquisite. On the other hand, the electronic percussion is a bit rudimentary, but that's a minor gripe. Reminds me a bit of the American project Heru Avenger or the Japanese bands Kennedy (Twinkling NASA) and Dada (second album).

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CD: 2006 Garden of Delights

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