Paul Schütze (born 1 May 1958) is an Australian artist resident in London. Schütze was born in Melbourne, Australia. He spent his childhood painting and drawing but left Caulfield Institute after only two months of an Arts Foundation Course to work in a factory.
He was a founding member of Australian experimental band Laughing Hands and of Phantom City: an international collective of musicians working both live and virtually from points across the globe. He has performed with sound & film works in over a dozen countries and released over thirty albums of original music. His works have been exhibited in numerous international galleries and museums (V&A, The Hayward, Reina Sofia, IVAM, British Museum) . Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Paul Schütze is an Australian artist resident in London. Biography - Schütze was born in Melbourne, Australia. Deus Ex Machina is the debut album of composer Paul Schütze, released in 1989 through Extreme Records. Track listing - All music composed by Paul Schütze. Personnel - John Baldwin – illustrations - Steve Burgess – instruments, engineering - Paul Schütze – instruments, production, art directio. mage: Paul Schütze Deus Ex Machina. The Annihilating Angel; or, The Surface of the World. The Annihilating Angel; Or, The Surface of the World is the second album by composer Paul Schütze, released in 1990 through Extreme Records. Track listing - All tracks written by Paul Schütze.
1 Third Site Live 49:20. Electronics, Vibraphone – Paul Schütze Guitar – Raoul Björkenheim, Simon Hopkins Voice – Thomas Köner Woodwind, Reeds – Clive Bell. Recorded live at the Impact Festival, Utrecht 11/05/1999. Thanks to snobb for the addition.
See a detailed Paul Schütze timeline, with an inside look at his albums, awards & more through the years. Nine Songs From the Garden of Welcome Lies is the tenth album by composer Paul Schütze, released in September 9, 1997 through Tone Casualties. Apart is the seventh album by composer Paul Schütze. part is the seventh album by composer Paul Schütze, released in 1995 through Virgin Records.
Australian-born composer and producer Paul Schütze is among the most focused and prolific artists of the contemporary experimental electronic scene. Releasing album after album of sprawling, icy, ofte. ead Full Biography. Overview . Biography . Discography . Songs .
It is a reissue of the 1993 album The Rapture Of Metals but this is a pressing released by Big Cat. 1. The Rapture Of Concealment (7:22) 2. The Rapture Of The Drowning (9:13) 3. The Rapture Of Ornament (6:03) 4. The Rapture Of Metals (7:06) 5. The Rapture Of The Skin (11:11) 6. Sites Of Rapture On The Lungs Of God (21:19). Performed, produced, and written by Paul Schütze Mastered by Denis Blackham at Porky's.
|1||The Surface Of The Eye||8:47|
|2||The Skin Of The Face And Neck||3:19|
|3||The Head, The Soles Of The Feet, And Arm||11:10|
|4||The Palms Of Both Hands||14:23|
- Copyright (c) – Paul Schütze
- Recorded At – Wolff 2.8.1. Studio
- Recorded At – The Surgery
- Recorded At – Nunatak Studio
- Mixed At – Chop 'Em Out
- Mastered At – Chop 'Em Out
- Electric Guitar – Raoul Björkenheim, Simon Hopkins
- Gong [Gongs], Vibraphone, Electronics, Composed By, Lyrics By [Text], Recorded By [Flutes], Producer – Paul Schütze
- Mixed By [Digital Assembly], Mastered By – Simon Heyworth
- Photography By, Design [Video And Graphic Design] – Christian Lichtenberg
- Recorded By [Percussion] – Alex Buess, Roger Graf
- Shakuhachi, Flute [Pi Saw Flutes] – Clive Bell
- Technician [Sound Processing] – Ian Eccles-Smith
- Translated By [Text] – Karl Dangerfield
- Video Editor – Andrew Hulme
- Voice, Recorded By [Voice] – Thomas Köner
NotesPercussion recorded at Wolf 2.8.1 Studio, Basel.
Flutes recorded at The Surgery, London.
Voice recorded at Nunatak Studio, Dortmund.
Digital assembly and mastering at Cheap Em Out.
℗ 1999 Paul Schütze
© 1999 Paul Schütze
|RCD 10464||Paul Schütze||Third Site (CD, Album)||Rykodisc||RCD 10464||UK||1999|