Roland Spekle programmeur en producent
Barooni label
Charlemagne Palestine - Jamaica Heineken’s in Brooklyn

Charlemagne Palestine – Jamaica Heineken’s in Brooklyn

BAR 021 CD

‘Jamaica Heinekens in Brooklyn’ is een grote studio-opname van Karel de Grote Palestina. Gebaseerd op het gebruik van meer

David Toop - Hot Pants Idol

David Toop – Hot Pants Idol

BAR 020 CD

‘Hot Pants Idol’ is een album waarin de geselecteerde atmosferen en de teksten van het boek van David Toop’s Rmeer

Charlemagne Palestine - Godbear

Charlemagne Palestine – Godbear

BAR 019 CD

‘Godbear’ was recorded for the Neutral label of Glenn Branca and Josh Baer at the end of the eighties. It contains the highlights omeer

Christoph Heemann - Days of the Eclipse

Christoph Heemann – Days of the Eclipse

BAR 018 CD

Christoph Heemann began his sound experimentations in 1983 with his project ‘Hirsche Nicht Aufs Sofa’ (HNAS). The musmeer

Lee Ranaldo - Dirty Windows

Lee Ranaldo – Dirty Windows

BAR 017 CD

‘Dirty Windows’ is the first full length release of Sonic Youth guitarist Lee Ranaldo since ‘From here to infinity’ in 1986. meer

Roland Kayn - Tektra

Roland Kayn – Tektra

BAR 016 CD

Roland Kayn makes Cybernetic music. He designs networks of electronic equipment which regulate themselves like a heating system. &meer

Porter Ricks - Zebu

Porter Ricks – Zebu

BAR 015 10

Porter Ricks, consisting of Thomas Köner and Andy Mellwig, produce ambient techno. Their music is like an nightly trip through a big meer

Charlemagne Palestine - Four Manifestations on Six Elements

Charlemagne Palestine – Four Manifestations on Six Elements

BAR 014 CD

Charlemagne Palestine, along with La Monte Young, Terry Riley, Philip Glass, Steve Reich and Tony Conrad, was one of the originators meer

Thomas Köner - Aubrite

Thomas Köner – Aubrite

BAR 013 CD

‘Aubrite’ is a compelling work bordering on silence with it’s sparse orchestration and occasional hints at melmeer

Christoph Heemann - Aftersolstice

Christoph Heemann – Aftersolstice

BAR 012 CD

‘Aftersolstice’, Christoph Heemann’s second CD, documents his recent works with natural sounds, acoustic instrumeer