A visit to the studio of The Orsons
For the hip-hop magazine ALL GOOD, Simon Langemann visited the four-person band The Orsons in the Swabian Alps, where they were completing their successful album What's goes. He had a camera, a tripod and an audio recorder with him but had did not have any specific plan worked out. His only goal was to go more deeply than usual, to get closer in terms of time and space into the process than in later promotional interviews. This meant he blended in with the afternoon’s activities, recorded here and there, took photos and filmed just for fun. It was due not least of all to the great willingness of the musicians to talk that far more material was captured than expected: two conventionally transcribed interviews, a detailed report, a documentary video clip, and a series of photographs.