Thursday, February 1, 2018

Klaus Hoffmann-Hoock & Hans-Werner Faßbender - Heartbeat (2001)

Spacious, synth-based pieces from two German musicians. Though both pieces maintain a constant, droning quality, close listening reveals that the instrumentation is actually constantly changing, creating a sense of gently shifting through infinite realities.

Track listing:
1. Heartbeat (Part One)
2. Heartbeat (Part Two)

Ice fields

If you're like this, you should check out:
Michael Stearns -
Ancient Leaves (1978)
Bearns & Dexter -
The Golden Voyage Volume 1 (1980)


  1. Fascinating stuff. I am intrigued by the cover too.. is the picture a blend of both Klaus and Hans-Werner? Is there in reality just one musician? One or two heartbeats? So many questions..