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Boomkat Product Review:
As with this week's other Kluster reissue (Admira), Vulcano stems from 1971 recording sessions dug up by band member Klaus Freudigmann. While Admira was a studio-based session, this release is based upon a live document of a show in Wuppertal, although regardless of setting and the circumstances of recording the music speaks a similarly adventurous musical language, informed more by the mechanics of manipulative processes than by the instruments themselves, which undergo some extreme mutations and contortions along the way. Just before the set reaches the midway point, it sounds as if you could be listening to some extravagant modern composition, replete with dissonant woodwind, but electricity starts to take over towards the final stages, feedback drones and stray electronic signals populating the second half and adding a sense of eeriness and icy futurism.