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Twenty years ago, Jan Jelinek’s debut album Personal Rock was released by Source Records (1999). Under the pseudonym Gramm, it brings together eight tracks that have not been available on vinyl since their original release. Faitiche presents the re-release of the album: Personal Rock will appear as a double-LP, featuring […]
Faitiche is ten years old. October 2008 saw the release of Ursula Bogner – Recordings 1969-1988, for which the label was created. While working as a pharmacist, Ursula Bognerexperimented with electronic music, undiscovered, for over three decades. When Jan Jelinek first heard Bogner’s work in 2008, he was enthusiastic. The resulting album, compiled by […]
Faitiche present the first vinyl issue of Improvisations And Edits, Tokyo 26.09.2001, originally released on CD in 2002 on Soup-Disk. Jan Jelinek and the Japanese trio Computer Soup (Satoru Hori – trumpet; Osamu Okubo – toys and electronics; Kei Ikeda – toys and electronics) present eight tracks, all recorded one […]
Faitiche presents a long-lost vinyl album. Since 2003, Jan Jelinek’s Loop-Finding-Jazz-Records, originally released in 2001 on ~scape, existed only as a download. Now the album is available again on vinyl, as a double LP with two bonus tracks, “Moiré (Guitar & Horns)” and “Poren”, B-sides from Tendency EP (2000).