Monster Apparat ‎– Moster Dajm / Rymdmotstånd

Label:
Hertz-Schrittmacher ‎– HERTZ 029
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Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Limited Edition, Stereo, Clear Blue
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Tracklist

A Moster Dajm 4:25
B Rymdmotstånd 4:31

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Limited to 250 hand-numbered copies. Includes insert.

The record comes in three different hand-made sleeves:
-black with yellow "eyes"
-black with red "eyes"
-yellow with red "eyes" (50 copies)

Equipment used: Roland SH-101, Crumar Performer, Korg Mono/Poly, Korg Poly 61, Yamaha CS20M, Siel Cruise, Roland TR-606, Roland TR-626, Korg DDD1, Boss Dr Rhythm 110, Boss Dr Pad.

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AnnaLogue

AnnaLogue

November 24, 2009
MONSTER APPARAT is Johan Sturesson from Älmhult, Sweden, also known from his label Råsynth i blekinge, Wobbler (with Matias Brattberg and Henrik Hellgren), Frak (with Zwarre and Birre), and here joining forces with Daniel Svraka from Adolf Filter. They say they formed only for a ‘suddenly happening’ and forgotten gig, but after blowing away the audience with their minimal analog synth pop attacks and cheesy robot dress performance, they simply had to go on... “Moster Dajm” is a lovely and very simple instrumental minimal electro pop tune with the drum machine triggering the arpeggio of the Korg Poly-61 (my guess) and adding a simple melody and spacey sounds on top. “Rymdmotstånd” adds some vocoder to the synth soup, sounds like a little more Adolf Filter influence on here. So, there’s two pretty cool tracks on here with a massive do-it-yourself feel, directness, spontaneity and fun. And for those not being into German: MONSTER APPARAT … hmm, okay dudes, look down inside your panties, and if you have one, feel happy!