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9 thoughts on “ Live At The Dive - Gen Ken* - Kalckreuth Keks (CDr, Album)

  1. Another entry into Fat Wreck Chords' Live in a Dive series, Strung Out's show was recorded at Chain Reaction in Anaheim, CA, on October 1st of The amazing thing about the series is that by capturing the live intensity, the recordings make otherwise only moderately interesting bands sound great.
  2. Ken Montgomery is an electronics explorer who once ran a tiny record store in the East Village called Generator, hence the name Gen Ken. In , Montgomery founded Generator, the first sound art gallery in New York City ().
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  4. The album is a tremendous example of the quality of music still being produced after over a decade of file sharing. Thus aptly demonstrating the claims from the record labels that file sharing wold be the death of music were in reality, just the end of the labels' easy money and ownership of artists.
  5. The new DIVE album "Underneath", from Dirk Ivens in collaboration with Ivan Iusco (Minus Habens) and Rafael M. Espinosa (Geistform), was released on 21 April on the German label Out Of Line. BIOGRAPHY. Dive / Absolute Body Control / Sonar / ex - The Klinik. Apart from being well known as founding member of The Klinik and for his one man.
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  7. Mar 08,  · Gen Ken Montgomery (USA, ) was a pioneer of independent noise/concrete music with the cassettes: Gen Ken & Equipment (), Kalckreuth Keks (), Beatmusik (), Stepping through Rooms (), The One Sided Triangle (), Drilling Holes in the Wall (), Endogeny (Direction Music, ), OnomAtopiA meccCANIcA (), Mall Muzak (), The Beat of The .
  8. Ken Montgomery is an electronics explorer who once ran a tiny record store in the East Village called Generator, hence the name Gen Ken. In , Montgomery founded Generator, the first sound art gallery in New York City (). He continues to produce concerts and recordings of his work and other sound artists.

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