Review: CD “and what about … time?”


WAZ, May 15, 2003

… Electronic aids only were used by the rhythm expert for this particular project, but nonetheless the album seems organically developed and lively. Haberer appreciates stringent structures and enhances them with a profound humour, as can be seen in his piece "Fibonacci's polytime" which is based on the Italian mathematician's sequence of numbers. However, his strength lies in bringing out rhythmic melodics, a prime example of which is "danza del tempo".
The composition "electric archaic loops" shows quite clearly how multi-faceted and modern his music really is. Haberer uses the most up-to-date drum'n'bass and house aesthetics including exciting breaks and humorous counterpoints.

CD “and what about … time?”

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New Solo Video on Youtube: ”Breaking Waves”, for Tinplate Cans and electronics

9 Mai 2020

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“Animata – Duality”, Matinée at Villa Sträuli, Winterthur/Switzerland,    11:00 a.m. CANCELLED and postponed, respectively!

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“Twelve Drummers and One Singer”with Sarah Buechi and “Boogie Voodoo”, the percussion-ensemble of the music school Dortmund, at the domicil, Dortmund, 8:00 p.m.

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