DSR Lines • III-II [Ültra Eczema, 2015]
"During a early DSR Lines show in 1998, at a group exhibition where snot artists were elbowing themselves a way to the tip of the Cathedral, hoping to catch some sun, or a glimpse of the painter they would all like to be, David Edren aka DSR Lines dragged along about 8 tv's he attached to various analog synthesizers, feedbacking up the psychedelic ambient boiling out of the speakers, smoking out the negative stench of rotting carreerism, wether they dabbled their paws in oil or leftovers didn't matter in those days. DSR Lines has since been a presence in Antwerp i always enjoyed, weither on the background organising shows at the now defunct Scheldapen space in Antwerp, during his Radioshows at Radio Centraal, as a graphic designer and webmaster, as head of the Hare Akedod label or in various other constellations, it is good to see he is finally pushing that stuff to the background and cooking his great Kosmische psychedelic synth jams as DSR Lines as a main course!! This is DSR Lines' first lp, eyes wide open behind the wheel one might wanne catch some drips of this in the eye balls of fire, drip slowly, and for a full experience do whatever you please! For those who need some name drops instead, cancel out the vocals on early Battiato records, travel to Germany after Harmonia left a mess or choke Klaus Schultze forcing him to play from his fucking heart! limited to 200 hand numbered copies, comes in a duo tone pro sleeve and with a insert and a sticker!"
en Antwerpen, personajes como David Edren (DSR Lines, Hare Akedod) y Dennis Tyfus de Ültra Eczema se vuelven esenciales; sobretodo al ser una ciudad que demasiadas veces parece convaleciente. ambos nutren -literalmente- al puerto con todo lo que hacen (música, arte, diseño, conciertos, fiestas, shows, etc)... es una fortuna a la vez que es muy emocionante verles imparables, montados a una nube de creatividad que vuela tan alto como los sonidos que surcan el primer acetato de DSR Lines en la disquera de la casa... ... en este enigmático lugar las apariencias engañan, definitivamente hay un talento espacial*
collages: Sammy Slabbinck