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Boomkat Product Review:
Gegen die Zeit documents Phillip Sollmann (Efdemin) and John Gürtler in polite but piercing and discordant aural conversation, playing live beneath a highway bridge in Offenbach, Germany. It forms their 2nd appearance in duo for the Hamburg-rooted, Berlin-based Sky Walking label - an offshoot of Dial Recs - following release of an extract of these recordings on the 41’36”  compilation.
The set breaks down to a pair of durational extractions 20 minutes and 12 minutes in length, respectively, rendering a sort of hall-of-mirrors electro-acoustic dialectrics in the first, and a passage of floating tones and noise disturbance in the second, saving the highlight for last with the more succinct section of Zeitgeist, which is almost a sort of ambient-electro-jazz-pop by comparison, where they neatly and coolly trade in a language of pastoral kosmiche murmurs that flare up in quizzical gestures and pool in reflective pauses.