The Twentieth Century - Pulled video

Pulled is track 03 from the album "The Twentieth Century" which is available on Mosz.<br /> <a rel='nofollow' href="" title="DIRECT DOWNLOAD">[DIRECT DOWNLOAD]</a>&nbsp;&nbsp;<a rel='nofollow' href="" title="BUY NOW ON ITUNES">[ITUNES]</a>&nbsp;&nbsp;<a rel='nofollow' href="" title="MUZU Aritst Channel">[ARTIST CHANNEL]</a>&nbsp;&nbsp;<a rel='nofollow' href="" title="skip to the next track on this release">[NEXT TRACK &gt;&gt;]</a><br /> This is an official audio stream from <a rel='nofollow' href="" target="_blank" title="Label Website">Mosz.</a> Distributed by <a rel='nofollow' href="" target="_blank" title="Kudos Distribution">Kudos</a>.<br /> <br /> <b>About This Release:</b><br /> The Twentieth Century are an experimental duo from Vienna whose music is a cocktail of ambient, sound collage and electro-acoustic improvisation. Cellist Lukas Lauermann and guitarist Pieter Gabriel create and manipulate their sets live from beginning to end - without hiding behind laptops or anonymous canned sounds. Each of their real-time ambient live sessions, created using analogue instruments and an armada of effects pedals, produces a unique tonal piece which, depending on the direction it takes, can throw up references to Stars Of The Lid, Sunn O))) or ambient-godfather Brian Eno. In their more oblique moments they even reveal themselves as disciples of early tone artists like Luigi Russolo or John Cage - a kind of ad-hoc aural cinema.<br /> For their first album Gabriel and Lauermann faced the challenge of reproducing the unique character of their live sets. Rather than going into a sterile recording studio they instead - in keeping with their experimental nature - set up an improvised pop-up studio in a Vienna auto painter's workshop. Over the course of a weekend The Twentieth Century secretly recorded their self-titled debut album, due out in April on Mosz Records.<br /> In the workshop, where from Monday to Friday shiny 21st-century fetish objects roll out onto the streets, they recorded three interwoven pieces, using the same set-up as in their concerts. Rather than merely recreating a blueprint of their live performances, they integrated the character of the room itself into the music - drafty windows, squeaky doors and all. With the aid of recording engineer Stefan Deisenberger, who set up his mini-booth amid the silent chrome audience, the duo succeeded in preserving, over the length of an album, a moment which moves fluidly between drone, sound art and classical music.

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