(Die Stadt - DS95) CD $22.50 (Out-of-stock)

A work in two parts using grand piano, Hammond organ, tower bell, gong and voices.


Die Hennen Zähne

(Die Stadt - DS57/DS66) 3-inch CD $20.00 (Out-of-stock)

Four-track mini CD combining tracks from two planned but never-released 10-inches Maus and Die Hennen Zähne. “Die Kralle” is a David Jackman track from his archives, recorded in the early 1980s. The title track recalls TNB/Organum material and includes the sound of broken glass and Tibetan horns. “Maus” is the centerpiece, typical old school Organum. The quiet and haunting “Kazi” is a live improvisation featuring Michael Prime and Emma O'Bong.



(Die Stadt - DS101) CD $22.50 (Out-of-stock)

The third and final part of the Organum trilogy that includes Sanctus (Robot) and Amen (Die Stadt)



(Die Stadt - DS111) CD $20.00 (Out-of-stock)

David Jackman and Z'ev's third collaboration following Tinnitus VU CD (Touch) and Tocsin (Die Stadt). Z'ev reworked basic sound material from the Organum archive back in 2006, which resulted in a collaborative mixing of the material in early 2008, followed by Jackman's finishing touches. The overall tone owes more to the classic multi-layered and intense Organum sound than to recent works.


Tinnitus Vu

(Touch) Used CD $5.00

Despite David Jackman and Z’ev’s “love of muscular and metallic drones, natural sound decay, and endless mechanistic churning,” muses Pitchfork, “this new alliance leans more toward Organum’s propensity toward maddening brevity: this 2004 disc is four tracks long and clocks in at 16 minutes…. A resounding piano chord — stretched and morphed beyond recognition — introduces each shift in the drone. Even with all the manipulations, these suspended strings carry through the buzzing din…. That metal-scratched drone is dangerous, hypnotic, brutal, and beatific.” Digipak has small but noticeable spot on the back where artwork is ripped.