The NO PART OF IT Interview series was a strain of questions sent to a number of different people between February and March 2019. Each entry was scheduled chronologically to be thrust upon the world on a monthly basis since then. Each individual is introduced informally as if they were being discussed at a bar.
Tuesday, April 13, 2021
Interview Series #26: Hans Grüsel
Hans Grüsel, the illustrious and mysterious! Head of his Krankenkabinet, may or may not be a German synthesizer wizard from the 70s having haphazardly immersed himself into the neon cardboard scene of San Francisco, armed with psychedelic gingerbread costumes and lots of different kinds of wood-grain. Rumored to be a co-conspirator of the excellent freak label Resipiscent, Grüsel's work is a perfect wash of psychedelic synthesizer squalling with unpredictable perversions, such as a cover of bygone standards "Tea for Two" or "Me and My Shadow", an alternate soundtrack to a silent film version of Alice In Wonderland, or just new directions in globular synthesis in general. Grusel was kind enough to rework material for no part of it's 333REDUX release.
Circuitry of the Buchla 100
Practical LSD Manufacture (3rd edition) by Uncle Fester
An ever-changing woodgrain diorama of dark forest characters.
Caroliner Rainbow Open Wound Chorale - Rise of the Common Woodpile