“Devátá vlna” by Interpretace (CS Industrial 1982-2010)

14Feb - by admin - 0 - In Material Music

“CS Industrial 1982-2010” is an online label, ran by Přemysl Ondra, Čenda Šopek, Michael Borůvka, which has been documenting the Czech and Slovak industrial scene. Focusing on the years 1982- 2010 and related cultural structures, it offers deep insight into the first chapters of Czech and Slovak specific electronic music genres.

All of their releases from the 1982-1989 period will be made available on Unearthing The Music and can also and already be heard on their website, alongside more recent music.


“Devátá vlna” by Interpretace


INTERPRETACE was a project mostly active in the northern Bohemian region of the nowadays Czech Republic (at the time Czechoslovakia) in a complete isolation from the capital Prague’s industrial scene. The records were results of free improvisations and sessions with usage of guitars, tape loops and radios. According to Richard Charvat, one of the members, it had been their ritual escape from the socialist reality of the 80’s. The project had one tape released on OEC label and is still active. These two songs were recorded between 1982 and 1983, in the city of Liberec.

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"Devátá vlna" – Side A
INTERPRETACE – Devátá vlna – B
"Devátá vlna" – Side B

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