Klaus Pinter “Soul Flipper PART 2”
Remember that weird compilation we told you about, like, a week ago? The one based […]
Remember that weird compilation we told you about, like, a week ago? The one based around the story of a music-obsessed Czech millionaire and his failed artist community that existed for six weeks in a Polish forest during the early ’70s? Well, we’re revisiting that music again, but this time we have a more amorphous piece of “vintage” audio to share with you. Klaus Pinter’s “Soul Flipper PART 2” sounds like a would-be touchstone for ambient/noise/synth-centric artists such as Oneohtrix Point Never, Stellar OM Source, and Emeralds, though with a noticeably darker and cinematic edge than we’re used to hearing from those camps; the song could easily be mistaken for a demo version of any theme Angelo Badalamenti composed for David Lynch in the late ’80s or early ’90s. Also, unlike Pinter’s successors, the song floats in and out of earshot relatively quickly, only allowing a brief glimpse into the bubbling sonics the auteur may or may not have crafted during his time at the Endless House.