1. Hazira, Jerusalem, 18 December 2007. 2. Levontin 7, Tel Aviv, 19 December 2007. Machinefabriek - Tapes Of The Day, - . 0. Machinefabriek - Tapes Of The Day /Machinefabriek - Tapes of the Day - 02 Levontin 7, Tel Aviv, 19 December 2007.
Machinefabriek is the alias of Rutger Zuydervelt. His music combines elements of ambient, noise, minimalism, drone, field recordings and electro-acoustic experiments. The music can be heard as an attempt to create sonic environments for the listener to dwell in. Finding tension in texture, tone and timing, the result can be very minimalistic at first glance, but reveals its depth upon closer listening. The devil is in the details. Zuydervelt was born in 1978 in Apeldoorn (The Netherlands) and now resides in Rotterdam. He started recording as Machinefabriek in 2004.
Kruimeldief (Machinefabriek remixed) by various artists, released 28 July 2007 1. Machinefabriek - Stofstuk 2. Freiband - Stofstuk remix 3. Peter Broderick - Stofstuk remix 4. John Grzinich - Stofstuk remix 5. Kim Cascone - Stofstuk remix 6. Greg Haines - Stofstuk remix 7. Xela - Stofstuk remix 8. Mark Templeton - Stofstuk remix 9. Jefre-Cantu Ledesma - Stofstuk remix 10. Mitchell Akiyama - Stofstuk remix 11. Aaron Martin - Stofstuk remix 12. Strangelet - Stofstuk remix 13. Alva Noto - Stofstuk remix 14. Luigi Archetti - Stofstuk remix 15. Lesser - Stofstuk remix 1. Library Tapes - Stofstuk remix 33. Blevin Blectum - Stofstuk remix 34. Wixel - Stofstuk Remix 35. Jasper TX - Stofstuk Remix 36. Wouter van Veldhoven - Stofstuk remix 37. Tsukimono - Stofstuk remix A collection of remixes of my 'Stofstuk' piece. Got it. + add. album.
Aaron Martin & Machinefabriek 'Seeker' album trailer. 14. 1. See All. Posts. This short album (or long EP) features Mariska Baars on vocals, guitar, and kalimba, with Rutger Zuydervelt on guitars and sound processing.
Machinefabriek is the musical nom de plume of musician/sound artist and graphic designer Rutger Zuydervelt from the Netherlands. Rutger Zuydervelt was born on 28 July 1978 in Apeldoorn, Netherlands. He started working as Machinefabriek in 2004. Except for a few piano and guitar lessons when he was young, Zuydervelt didn’t study music. He graduated as a graphic designer. The sleeves of his releases are practically always designed by Zuydervelt himself, being a crucial part of the music.
Machinefabriek has been played on NTS shows including Fractal Meat On A Spongy Bone, with Pickles first played on 19 April 2013. Rutger Zuydervelt was born on 28 July 1978 in Apeldoorn (The Netherlands), but now resides in Rotterdam, Netherlands. The name (meaning ‘machine factory’) was on the façade of a building Rutger passed everytime he went shopping for groceries. Except for a few piano and guitar lessons when he was young, Rutger didn’t study music. Producers Last Japan and Blackwax hit up NTS once a month for a showcase of the best UK dance has to offer, picking threads through hardcore, jungle, garage, grime, dubstep and beyond.
His first proper album, Marijn, was released in 2006, and the best of his early material was compiled on the 2007 double-CD Weleer; both were released by Lampse. Also appearing in 2007 were Slaapzucht, a Root Strata release of material from two earlier CD-Rs; Bijeen, a compilation CD of remixes and other pieces issued by Kning Disk; and Kruimeldief, a double-CD containing the piece "Stofstuk" and remixes by artists including Alva Noto and Pita. Also in 2011, Machinefabriek's collaboration with Broderick, efstra, and Nils Frahm was released as part of the Mort Aux Vaches series. Machinefabriek's first collaboration with Banabila appeared in 2012, as did albums with Steve Roden (Lichtung) and Jaap Blonk (Deep Fried), a series of singles with Celer, and solo releases such as Colour Tones (Fang Bomb) and Secret Photographs (Important Records).
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NotesAudio diaries from Jerusalem & Tel Aviv.
Rutger Zuydervelt performed two shows in Israel in December 2007. Instead of his usual instruments (guitar, effectpedals, etc.) he only took a recording walkman and a microphone with him to capture the Israel-Adventure in sound. He used twelve 10 minute cassettes per day to record interesting environments in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. In the evening those cassettes were the source of a collage he made using a couple of walkmans and a mixing desk. No effects were added. This CD contains the (slightly edited) recordings of both live performances.
Track 1 was performed at Hazira.
Tape 01 Jerusalem Central Bus Station at Jaffa Road, 10:50
Tape 02 Construction builders and traffic in Mani Street, 11:35
Tape 03 School Children at Sacher Gardens, 11:50
Tape 04 Ethiopeans demonstrating at the Supreme Court, 12:05
Tape 05 Coffee bar at Bezalel Street, 12:45
Tape 06 Park near Chile Street, 13:15
Tape 07 Construction builders in a house in Old Jerusalem, 14:45
Tape 08 Walking past souvenir shops in Old Jerusalem, 15:05
Tape 09 Walking in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, 16:00
Tape 10 Setting up at Hazira, dj playing 'Planet Rock', 17:50
Tape 11 Dogs barking at Dids Street parking, 19:00
Tape 12 Applause for John Butcher & Eddy Prévost at Hazira, 22:00
Track 2 was performed at Levontin 7.
Tape 01 Breakfast at the Cinema Hotel, 9:20
Tape 02 Taking the elevator, walking around Dizenhof Square, 10:10
Tape 03 Recording the sea at the beach of Tel Aviv, 10:50
Tape 04 Recording the sea at the beach of Tel Aviv, 11:05
Tape 05 Tourist jewelery shop at Mazal Arie, Old Jaffa, 12:10
Tape 06 Old Jaffa's flee market, 12:50
Tape 07 Lunch at a little restaurant at Oley Tsiyon Street, 13:05
Tape 08 Wood workshops in Abrabanel Street, 12:40
Tape 09 Street musicians and traddic at the Dizengof Centre, 15:50
Tape 10 Cab ride from Cinema Hotel to Levontin 7, 17:20
Tape 11 Backstage at Levontin 7, 17:40
Tape 12 Introduction for my performance by Ilan Volkov, 21:45
5" CDr comes with a fold-out paper insert all housed in a plastic sleeve.