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The penultimate issue of raster-noton's unun series features »gomila park«, a new project by the two swedish musicians martin rössel and carl michael von hausswolff that started in spring 2013 in palma de mallorca. on their first ep released as a duo, they present three rather unconventional and diverse tracks. »leibniz«, for example, is characterized by a heavy rock attitude with lots of distortion and screaming guitar riffs. the b-side on the other hand, including the tracks »calculus« and »ramon llull«, is the more experimental part. considering only the track titles, »gomila park« is a homage to two of the first mathe- maticians and philosophers that helped developing the binary system and, generally speaking, the digital world. but despite all that, »gomila park« is also a matured piece of work that was held in trust for at least two years. it's once more an inspection of a fundamental possibility of music, a reference to the past. similar to mika vainio's »vandal« ep, »gomila park« echoes the tradition of rock (music) and is thus the counterpart of a younger, historically unbur- dened generation of producers like ueno masaaki or kyoka.

Gomila Park (Feat. CM Von Hausswolff And Martin Rössel): Ununoctium / Gomila Park

leibniz Gomila Park (Feat. Cm Von Hausswolff And Martin Rössel)
ramon llull Gomila Park (Feat. Cm Von Hausswolff And Martin Rössel)
calculus Gomila Park (Feat. Cm Von Hausswolff And Martin Rössel)

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