oughtibridge

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about

performed live in concert at jodrell bank radio observatory on 23rd june 2001

live, improvised, unrehearsed

originally released on cd (ramp003) in november 2005
sold out in 2014

"The German-based synth duo [´ramp] has been creating pure-blooded electronic music since the mid-90's. Drawing from a world of influences, then boiling it down into their own psychedelic brew, this is first-rate dark night of soul journey material created on the edge of one moment informing the next. OUGHTIBRIDGE is a live performance improvisation recorded at England's Jodrell Bank Radio Observatory. The set is a continuous onslaught of dense harmonic masses and dramatic molten sound clusters which eventually are atom-smashed by a propulsive sequencer passage that cries out classic Berlin School, in the best way. The live setting gives this piece an energized, experimental and raw quality, with a sort of gothic old-world ambience seeping in at times. As a reference point, the creative spirit taps into similar feelings as early classic Tangerine Dream and Klaus Schulze, those of instinct and impulse. [´ramp] is Frank Makowski (electronics, sampling, tools, sequencing) and Stephen Parsick (electronics, atmospherics, tools, sequencing)." (Steve Roach)

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credits

released November 1, 2005

all music composed, improvised, and performed by ['ramp]
produced, engineered, remastered, and prepared for digital download by stephen parsick
live mix surveyed by cosmic hoffmann

special thanks to dave law for the invitation to play at jodrell bank

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['ramp] Germany

Originally founded in the spring of 1996. The name refers to the Dutch word "de ramp" which means "disaster" or "catastrophe".

Between 1997 and 2003, ['ramp] released a string of albums and played a couple of concerts in the Netherlands, the UK, and Germany before Parsick went entirely solo in 2009.

Stephen's slot at Bandcamp: stephenparsick.bandcamp.com.

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