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Boomkat Product Review:
Belgian-German trio Dictaphone keep it spooky on their fifth album. Like its predecessors, it's a blend of jazz and electronics that sounds like the accompaniment to a flickering, monochrome horror movie. On this one, the trio use sounds found on an old tape machine in a hidden room...
Producer Oliver Doerell, clarinet and saxophone player Roger Döring and violinist Alex Stolze join forces once again for another set based around their "morbid instruments" concept. This time, Doerell discovered a tape machine in a hidden room in his Berlin apartment, and this was used as the album's backdrop. For a few moments, ghostly sounds could be heard and the machine died quickly after the tape was digitized.
The trio improvised around these sounds, occasionally roping in help from other collaborators, like Helga Raimondi who sings on 'Your Reign is Over'. Unsurprisingly for a band who have supplied music to countless documentaries and dance performances, "goats & distortions 5" sounds purpose-built for soundtrack use. It curls with the elegance of thick, French cigarette smoke.