Stray Dogs
Wasteland

24,45

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why we love this

Rich in detail and full of texture, Wasteland is telling of Stray Dogs' commitment to creating a sound world that needs to be felt as much as heard. So dark and unsettling but incredibly beautiful at the same time.

about the record

Stray Dogs is a Belgian duo consisting of Koenraad Ecker and Frederik Meulyzer. With a long‐standing musical relationship as foundation, they operate on the fringes of electronic, dub, contemporary classical & experimental music, combining an awareness of detail and texture with intense physicality into a sound world that needs to be felt as much as heard.

The music on this album was recorded in several periods, starting with the recording of percussion, cello and guitar in a desacralised church in Antwerp, exploiting its different acoustic spaces to the fullest. The result sounds somewhere between ritual drumming, industrial noise, dub, and disintegrating orchestras, featuring a wide range of live percussion, prepared acoustic & electric guitars, cello and analog synths. The focal point rests on developing long, non-linear structures, aiming to conjure introspective, dark and meditative states.

  1. A1 - Hollow Men 7:32
  2. A2 - Rite 7:26
  3. A3 - Charon 6:33
  4. B1 - Vultures 6:53
  5. B2 - Solemn 6:20
  6. B3 - Ruins 6:01

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Stray Dogs
Wasteland

24,45

only 3 left

  1. A1 - Hollow Men 7:32
  2. A2 - Rite 7:26
  3. A3 - Charon 6:33
  4. B1 - Vultures 6:53
  5. B2 - Solemn 6:20
  6. B3 - Ruins 6:01

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why we love this

Rich in detail and full of texture, Wasteland is telling of Stray Dogs' commitment to creating a sound world that needs to be felt as much as heard. So dark and unsettling but incredibly beautiful at the same time.

about the record

Stray Dogs is a Belgian duo consisting of Koenraad Ecker and Frederik Meulyzer. With a long‐standing musical relationship as foundation, they operate on the fringes of electronic, dub, contemporary classical & experimental music, combining an awareness of detail and texture with intense physicality into a sound world that needs to be felt as much as heard.

The music on this album was recorded in several periods, starting with the recording of percussion, cello and guitar in a desacralised church in Antwerp, exploiting its different acoustic spaces to the fullest. The result sounds somewhere between ritual drumming, industrial noise, dub, and disintegrating orchestras, featuring a wide range of live percussion, prepared acoustic & electric guitars, cello and analog synths. The focal point rests on developing long, non-linear structures, aiming to conjure introspective, dark and meditative states.

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