Norwegian Dadaist Joek Friiss 1927 classic is here again at last, brought back to life for the general public courtesy of Taped Rugs Productions. Similar in style to the Dadaist/Surrealist films of Hans Richter and Viking Eggeling, Sukkeret Og Pepper (Sugar And Pepper) overlays seemingly disjointed vignettes, smudges, and situations, repeating themes and discarding logic in a bewildering cavalcade of imagery.
Avant Garde recording artist Charles Goff III lends a modern interpretation to Friiss original score, incorporating a wide variety of sounds as well as several Scandanavian voices into the mix.
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