New album: Public Computing

Public Computing - Korhan Erel

Two of my recent solo performances are released under the name of ‘Public Computing’ by the UK internet label Electronic Musik. Public Computing contains two live recordings at two Istanbul venues: Kadikoy Gram (February 27, 2011) and 60m2 (April 28, 2011). I played my self-designed performance, sound design and composition tool Omnibus, which is a collection of computer instruments played with a diverse set of controllers.

Electronic Musik is a DIY label which specializes in experimental electronica and improvised music. Formed in 2000 it’s run by the Sound manipulator / Improvising musician Ian Simpson (aka Noise Research) and is non profit making which enables the label to release exactly what it wants (ie: what it likes). 

Artists include Eddie Prevost, ASTRO, Fonik, Philippe Petit, Wolf Eyes, Matt Davies, Richard Wilmer, Matthew Shaw, Demons, Astral Social Club, Gary Fisher, A Band, Towering Breaker, Chris Whitehead, Sndsukinspook, Chris Lynn, Lanterns, Vultures, Generic, Kalistongue, Pangea, Graham Dunning, Sean Derrick Cooper Marquardt , Thee Moths, ARK, Mutate, Ambient Fabric, Isaac de la Concha, Heddy Boubaker, Gnod, Banist3r, Noise club, Viva la Muerte, Serfs, Spektrox, Barbarians, Phroq, Janx: The Gathering, Ian Watson, Electronic Orgainca Ensemble, Christian Munthe, Martin Ohman, Herve Perez, Cage Cabarrett, Afgan, John Kannenberg, Sannyasin, Bacillus, Noise Research, Vok, Daniel Weaver, Luis Antero, Arklight, Narshe, Lol Coxhill, Paul Burnell + more.

You can listen to and download Public Computing for free at the link below:

Public Computing – Korhan Erel

About Korhan Erel

Korhan Erel is an electronic musician, improviser and sound designer based in Berlin. Their music covers free improvisation, conceptual sound performances as well as structured and composed pieces as well as music for dance, theater and video art. They perform solo, duo and group performances with improvisers, jazz musicians, dancers, and in orchestras. They have shown several sound installations in art spaces in Turkey, Germany and Hong Kong. They have ten CD and several digital releases. They play concerts across Europe, Middle- East, Southeast Asia and North America
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