Comming soon (Spring 2022): textstar+ by farben (faitback12). On textstar+ Jan Jelinek brings together a track selection from the CMYK series, four EPs he released between 1999 and 2002 under the pseudonym farben. more
Artwork (front cover, b/w converted) for textstar+ (faitback12)
farben: T.Microsystems (Remaster), (faitback12)
MPC improvisation, based on recorded interviews with guests at the Inakatei soba restaurant. Side work from a "report" on the restaurant, which was the author’s favorite lunch spot during his stay in Kyoto in 2014.
Inakatei Soba Noodle Restaurant, photos taken from the restaurant's website
Jan Jelinek: SobaVoices, 2014 (previously unreleased)
Watch a preview (excerpt) for an A/V-installation by Clive Holden & Jan Jelinek, working title: Seascape (diptych). The artists’ limitations were to work independently, while trading files back-and-forth across the Atlantic, and to solely use found material from John Huston’s Moby Dick. More
Clive Holden & Jan Jelinek: Seascape (diptych), 2021 (b/w film still)
Faitiche is delighted to release an album version of the radio piece Vom Rohen und Gekochten (The Raw and The Cooked) originally composed and produced by Jan Jelinek for the state broadcaster SWR2. The album The Raw and The Cooked brings together five sound collages that deal with the consistency of material and its mutability. Official release: Sept. 17th 2021. more
Artwork (front cover) for The Raw and The Cooked
Jan Jelinek: The Raw and The Cooked (II), faitiche24 (2021)
Found in the archives: GES's Marimba Version of Helmut Schmidt plays Bach (2010), previously unreleased.
Original artwork for faitiche11, 2013
GES: Helmut Schmidt plays Bach (Marimba Version), faitiche 2010
Sven-Åke Johansson & Jan Jelinek, puls-plus-puls, edition moers. The live recording of the performance at the Moers Festival 2020 is now as album (LP/CD) available. Buy/order at the Moers Festival shop. Official release: May 21st 2021. The concert is also still as film stream available here (Vimeo).
puls-plus-puls, edition moers (album artwork), 2021
Sparkling water, captured during breakfast buffet at Hotel an der Oper, Düsseldorf 2010.
Hotel an der Oper, 2010 (Series Symmetrie aus Sicht der Gastronomie)
Jan Jelinek: Carbon Düsseldorf, 2010
Excerpt of a live recording on the occasion of Bereicherung - a concert/lecture/performance series curated by Stefan Schneider and Thorsten Nolting.
Rundscheibe Nr. XIII, Ferdinand Kriwet - leserattenfaenge, 1965
Jan Jelinek & Stefan Schneider: Live improvisation (excerpt), May 12th 2020 Düsseldorf
R.I.P. Chick Corea. Silver Circle by Jan Jelinek - based on a sample by ... guess who? Originally released in 2002 on ~scape, album title: Instrumentals - Staedtizism 3, various artists.
Käthe Kruse: Ich sehe (Schlagzeilen und Tonspuren, Edition Distanz), 2020
Jan Jelinek: Silver Circle, 2002
On the occasion of the vinyl rerelease of 1+3+1 (Triosk meets Jan Jelinek, faitback05, release: April 9th 2021), Jan Jelinek's ICE Compositions are being made available digitally (remastered version) for the first time. more
Jan Jelinek: A1. ICE 695 (ICE Compositions, faitback11), 2002
The limestone cave, situated in the Sicilian town of Syracuse, 65 meters deep and laid out in ancient times, has exceptional acoustics: A person standing in the cave's entrance can hear every word whispered deep down inside it. more
Orecchio di Dionisio, Syracusa Italy, 2018
Jan Jelinek: Orecchio di Dionisio (II), 2021