Ab-Hinc´s Farkhülse Fist 12″ came out in 1997 and was the fourth release of Widerstand Records.
At that time the release was located quite offside the speedcore-electronics line of the label. Kovert described Farkhülse Fist in datacide 3 as “a true funeral march soundtrack as the slowest breaks break over controlled noise and disturbing electronics. Pitched down voices and synths wash over the noise and beats.”
15 years later, the artists and composers Pure (A/D), Kovert (UK), Eiterherd (A), chfs (A), Kajkyt (BiH/A), Opcion (A), Shiver Electronics (A) and Freudenberger (D) were invited to work out the so-called reconfigurations.
The result is a weird collection of conceptual sound art, atmospheric drones, abstract noise experiments and dark beats. The Farkhülse Fist Reconfigurations will soon come out as a 2×12″ album again on Widerstand Records and as a digital version in cooperation with Wire Globe Recordings.
The digital version will be extended from time to time with additional reconfigurations.
We are looking forward to digital contributions by Heifetz (A), Idklang (A) and others.