The debut album of Antlers Mulm from 2003 – not less than a stunning thing.
It’s dedicated to German S. Titov, to the kosmonaut, to the nonconformist.
Coming from his former art project Radio Eichenlaub – a constructivist’s/cut up wing foundation operating with samples of tracks from the Pet Shop Boys and Orchestral Maneuovres in the Dark – Hans Johm showed up a brighter side with his new incarnation.
Glissening electronic scenes, sparingly used synth layers, heavy doses of war drums and drum-machine sounds, the narrative voice; something began to move on, spreading it’s audiovisual aesthetics – a origin was created.
With it’s “song-but-not-a-song”-songs Antlers Mulm was and still is a fundamental influence on sonic projects and bands.
“Silbergrauer Staub” bears the weighty seed of “snowscapes, feral loops and grubby dub” – as Hans Johm characterizes Antlers Mulm a decade later.
This second edition comes in a strictly limited edition of only 170 copies.
CD cardsleeve plus 6 postcards.