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The 24th issue of zweikommasieben focuses on an aspect of experimental electronic music that might be rather obvious. Nevertheless, this aspect is integral to the type of discerning perspective adopted in the pages of this magazine: bringing anything to life usually is a collective effort.
Our world and its culture thrives on collaboration, be it between artists or the number of people involved to get a release ready and out into the world. Given the abundance of collaborations, a deep(er) dive into their internal structures is warranted. For example, a recent EP by Phillip Jondo, which features Maxwell Sterling and DJ Plead, clearly designates these collaborations as such. However, the details of how this three-way-constellation developed into a shared practice are not as obvious.
With this issue of zweikommasieben, these details are being addressed in a conversation. Despite being a common practice in the scene, the modus operandi of collaboration is far from clear or pre-determined. :3LON explains in an interview that they often rely on intuition in choosing how to go about working together with others instead of deliberately weighing up interests.
List of contents:
– Interviews with Soraya Lutangu Bonaventure & Bobby Kolade, Milyma, Yegorka, :3lON, Phillip Jondo, Maxwell Sterling & DJ Plead
– Portrait on Nazar
– Essays on Sound Archives and Rave Variants
– Columns: Soundtexte (poetry), “Art Review” (art review), and Formations (photography)
– Further contributions by Elbis Rever and Martina Lussi
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