Monthly Archives: May 2015
Hellvete is the solo moniker of Glen Steenkiste. Previously active in Silvester Anfang and Sylvester Anfang II and one of the founders of the Funeral Folk label. Hellvete draws influences from early Minimalism and old folk music and with the … Continue reading
Jung An Tagen is the primary music act operating within the VIV. Using substractive synthesis and sampling techniques, Jung An Tagen builds aleatoric arrays, repetitive figures & polyrhythmic moirés circulating around distinctive timbres and haptic fragments, resulting in a vision … Continue reading
Least Carpet is a solo project wandering the paths between psych-folk, ambient, and modern minimalism – creating both calm, yet intense surreal soundscapes to float in. Least Carpet has released albums on labels like Sic Sic Tapes, Dying For Bad … Continue reading
Salah-Addin’s Afro Acoustics is Sudanese Folk Music performed on world platform with acoustic instruments like guitar, flute, kalimba, vocals & percussion (djembe, kongas, talking drum etc.). The music is very melodious and rhythmic and has touches of spirituality due to … Continue reading
Torùn is the musical project of Grisdum Wackyinga, Philip de Wesen(heit) and Schoki zur Untasau. Gschissi founded the group in some rather gschissene open-jam-club in Toruń. and things got worse… In his dilettantomobil, ol’ mate Hosni Umbrarak, formerly referred to … Continue reading
Battle-Ax is viola through distortion into amp. According to Wikipedia, Led Zeppelin is also a Hard Rock band, but Arnold Schoenberg DID invent techno. Battle-Ax is an inside job.
Guitarist Eric Arn and his Primordial Undermind collective have tirelessly mined the nether regions of avant-rock for two decades. Before the Undermind, he cut his teeth in Connecticut’s shadowy basement psych legends, the Crystalized Movements. Since settling in Vienna, Austria … Continue reading