Markus Stockhausen & Jasper Van't Hof
Aqua Sansa
Archeo Recordings

Words by Dr Rob
Markus Stockhausen, Jasper Van't Hof, Aqua Sansa, Archeo Recordings, Test Pressing, Dr Rob, Review,

Percussion improvised to gently bubbling electronics, topped with a cool blue trumpet blown by the son of one of the most important composers of the twentieth century. Blown with Mark Isham`s cinematic melancholy; Hawk`s trouble and Romeo`s dreaming. Everything humming with the resonance of a Tibetan bowl. Eastern drones and strange strings, like Ariel Kalma with his sax replaced by that cool horn. Like Harmonia & Eno, crossed with Miles` “He Loved Him Madly”, or “Sketches Of Spain” moved somewhere more isolated, lost to inner / outer space. Edward Artemiev`s soundtrack for “Stalker”, the solo work of the Far East Family`s Fumio Miyashita, or Stomu Yamash’ta`s meditation on the elements, “Iroha = いろは”, but Jazz, definitely Jazz.

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