Strië & Scanner
Struktura Revisited

41,00

only 3 left

about the record

Polish composer Olga Wojciechowska and veteran electronic producer Robin Rimbaud aka Scanner, combine on A Strangely Isolated Place to revisit a beloved Strië album - Olga’s more electronic and experimental alias. With previous releases on Serein and Time Released Sound as Strië, Olga Wojciechowska’s Struktura was released in 2015 to a limited audience due to its physical-only format. As Olga’s work becomes increasingly more coveted, and with Struktura praised as one of her finest albums to date, the discussion to breathe new life into the album resulted in a unique pairing with Scanner, an electronic music producer and multimedia artist responsible for some of the most defining works of the genre since the early 1990s.


Blurring the line between harmony and dissonance, Struktura’s original recordings paint an eerie, haunting, and beautiful picture, conceptualized around abstract art, with intricacies and mystery abound. Here, Strië’s original recordings remain untouched, albeit lovingly remastered by Rafael Anton Irisarri, and it is left to Scanner to provide further interpretations of Olga’s original recordings. Scanner productions can typically traverse a myriad of styles, but here, Robin took a primarily live-hardware approach to the remixes, allowing the rawness of his recordings to add story and depth.


Recorded in one take, with no overdubs, the reinterpretations strip the melodies and textures to their original essence, bringing an entirely analog element to Olga’s intrinsically detailed originals.

  1. 1 - Strië - Proun 1:50
  2. 2 - Strië - Man And The Cosmos Around 4:33
  3. 3 - Strië - Untitled 1956 4:41
  4. 4 - Strië - The Steamer Odin 4:23
  5. 5 - Strië - Chance And Order 4:28
  6. 6 - Strië - Foxes 4:58
  7. 7 - Strië - Aeroplane Flying 4:10
  8. 8 - Strië - Vogel Wolke 4:17
  9. 9 - Strië - Enigma Of The Day 5:31
  10. 10 - Scanner - Reconsider Chance 3:08
  11. 11 - Scanner - Nuorp 5:20
  12. 12 - Scanner - The Earthbound Fox 4:56
  13. 13 - Scanner - Odin, Ready 4:58
  14. 14 - Scanner - Enigma Typher 7:31
  15. 15 - Scanner - Untilt 4:40
  16. 16 - Scanner - Woman And The Cosmos 6:56

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Strië & Scanner
Struktura Revisited

41,00

only 3 left

  1. 1 - Strië - Proun 1:50
  2. 2 - Strië - Man And The Cosmos Around 4:33
  3. 3 - Strië - Untitled 1956 4:41
  4. 4 - Strië - The Steamer Odin 4:23
  5. 5 - Strië - Chance And Order 4:28
  6. 6 - Strië - Foxes 4:58
  7. 7 - Strië - Aeroplane Flying 4:10
  8. 8 - Strië - Vogel Wolke 4:17
  9. 9 - Strië - Enigma Of The Day 5:31
  10. 10 - Scanner - Reconsider Chance 3:08
  11. 11 - Scanner - Nuorp 5:20
  12. 12 - Scanner - The Earthbound Fox 4:56
  13. 13 - Scanner - Odin, Ready 4:58
  14. 14 - Scanner - Enigma Typher 7:31
  15. 15 - Scanner - Untilt 4:40
  16. 16 - Scanner - Woman And The Cosmos 6:56

Embed

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about the record

Polish composer Olga Wojciechowska and veteran electronic producer Robin Rimbaud aka Scanner, combine on A Strangely Isolated Place to revisit a beloved Strië album - Olga’s more electronic and experimental alias. With previous releases on Serein and Time Released Sound as Strië, Olga Wojciechowska’s Struktura was released in 2015 to a limited audience due to its physical-only format. As Olga’s work becomes increasingly more coveted, and with Struktura praised as one of her finest albums to date, the discussion to breathe new life into the album resulted in a unique pairing with Scanner, an electronic music producer and multimedia artist responsible for some of the most defining works of the genre since the early 1990s.


Blurring the line between harmony and dissonance, Struktura’s original recordings paint an eerie, haunting, and beautiful picture, conceptualized around abstract art, with intricacies and mystery abound. Here, Strië’s original recordings remain untouched, albeit lovingly remastered by Rafael Anton Irisarri, and it is left to Scanner to provide further interpretations of Olga’s original recordings. Scanner productions can typically traverse a myriad of styles, but here, Robin took a primarily live-hardware approach to the remixes, allowing the rawness of his recordings to add story and depth.


Recorded in one take, with no overdubs, the reinterpretations strip the melodies and textures to their original essence, bringing an entirely analog element to Olga’s intrinsically detailed originals.

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