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EMEGO 229 / Jung An Tagen

Das Fest Der Reichen

  • 1. Mehrere (0:08)
  • 2. Lässt Los, Jeder Immer (5:12)
  • 3. Das Fest Der Reichen (4:22)
  • 4. Zweite Schicht (0:40)
  • 5. Die Hand Lässt Niemals Los (5:52)
  • 6. Weiche Grenze (2:49)
  • 7. Sauberer Schnitt (0:06)
  • 8. Vom Nebel Zum Leib (Feat. Raju Arara & Ensemble Economique) (3:11)
  • 9. Der Klare Blick (4:22)
  • 10. Weiße Lüge (Feat. Superskin) (5:17)
  • 11. Unterm Himmel Hin (0:56)
  • 12. In Mildem Licht (Feat. Miaux) (3:11)
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All tracks composed, recorded and mixed in the VIV

„Lässt Los, Jeder Immer“ is the remix of the Jung An Tagen soundtrack for „Embargo“ a video by Johann Lurf

Artwork & layout by Milica Balubdzic & J. Fröhnel
Mastering by Brian Pyle
Bust by Hanno Schnegg

Please direct all inquiries to S. Juster, Sekretariat Berggasse, Virtual Institute Vienna

Jung An Tagen is the primary music act operating inside the Virtual Institute Vienna. 
By using substractive synthesis and sampling techniques Jung An Tagen builds aleatoric arrays, repetitive figures & polyrhythmic moirés circulating around distinctive timbres and haptic fragments, resulting in a vision of morphing movements between high energy and zero gravity states.

Due to the synaesthesian nature of the VIV, Jung An Tagen is bound very closely to a specific visual grammar and is intertwined with video art, even though the performative settings are usually reduced to music only.
Previously, Stefan Juster was mainly present with different bands & monikers on labels like NotNotFun, Blackest Rainbow, 100% Silk or his own imprint SF Broadcasts.

“All I need is a million monikers to cover myself from the world. ...glad he’s back to flush out my woes, making music as Jung An Tagen ...ready to become one with your psyche.”
TinyMixTapes

“Jung An Tagen sees energetic looped illusions play with an overwhelming array of fantastical beats and manic patterns. It all cultivates into an extraordinary color wheel of acid drenched avan­kraut­pop brilliance. A minimal electronic rabbit hole that dabbles in clap­track danceable workouts. This is something to get excited about”

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