The penultimate issue of Raster-Noton's unun series features "Gomila Park", a new project by the two swedish musicians Martin Rössel and Carl Michael Von Hausswolff that started in spring 2013 in palma de mallorca. On their first EP released as a duo, they present three rather unconventional and diverse tracks. “Leibniz“, for example, is characterized by a heavy rock attitude with lots of distortion and screaming guitar riffs
The b-side on the other hand, including the tracks "Calculus" and "Ramon Llull", is the more experimental part. Considering only the track titles, “Gomila Park“ is a homage to two of the first mathe- maticians and philosophers that helped developing the binary system and, generally speaking, the digital world. but despite all that, "Gomila Park" is also a matured piece of work that was held in trust for at least two years. it's once more an inspection of a fundamental possibility of music, a reference to the past. similar to mika vainio's "Vandal" EP, "Gomila Park" echoes the tradition of rock (music) and is thus the counterpart of a younger, historically unbur- dened generation of producers like Ueno Masaaki or Kyoka
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