Latest Interviews

  • Mats Lindström
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    Dressing Room Talks at LUFF Festival: Mats Lindström

    Our contributing writer, Angela Chambers had the pleasure to catch up with a few of the artists backstage at this year’s LUFF Festival in Lausanne where we had the chance to ask them a few more intimate questions about their music techniques and live setups. The director of the famous electronic music studio of Stockholm performs his piece ONE among an entanglement ...

    On 26. November 2016 / By
  • yasunao_tone
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    Dressing Room Talks at LUFF Festival: Yasunao Tone

    Our contributing writer, Angela Chambers had the pleasure to catch up with a few of the artists backstage at this year’s LUFF Festival in Lausanne where we had the chance to ask them a few more intimate questions about their music techniques and live setups. Tone doesn’t modify sound. He changes the information. By sticking pieces of perforated adhesive tape to the ...

    On 26. November 2016 / By
  • Hans-Joachim Roedelius
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    Dressing Room Talks at LUFF Festival: Hans-Joachim Roedelius

    Our contributing writer, Angela Chambers had the pleasure to catch up with a few of the artists backstage at this year’s LUFF Festival in Lausanne where we had the chance to ask them a few more intimate questions about their music techniques and live setups. “Anarchic musical actionism” a term he himself coined, chosen when opting for the career of composer. Before ...

    On 24. November 2016 / By
  • mittekill
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    Friedrich Greiling

    Friedrich Greiling, geboren 1978 zwischen Wesel und Gelsenkirchen. Abgebrochene Studien in Visueller Kommunikation (Aachen, Potsdam) und Kulturwissenschaften (Hildesheim). Seit 2001 selbsternannter Musiker und Produzent dreier Bands von Techno bis Country: Mittekill, Freedarich, Die Bäume. Seit 2008 Musik für Theater-Produktionen von und mit: Turbo Pascal, Interrobang, Eva Plischke, Geheimagentur, Cora Frost, Fräulein Wunder AG, Wenzel & Zybowski, Winterakademie 2015 (Theater an der Parkaue) und ...

    On 22. November 2016 / By
  • lawrence-bowery
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    Lawrence Chandler // Bowery Electric

    Lawrence Dean Chandler is an American-born composer, musician, and sound artist living in London. He studied at Columbia University, The Juilliard School, and Goldsmiths College and with La Monte Young and Pauline Oliveros. He is best known as a founding member of Bowery Electric and has worked for Philip Glass. Recent works include Music for Rock Ensemble commissioned by The Labèques for „50 Years ...

    On 22. November 2016 / By
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    Ignaz Schick

    Ignaz has breached the divide of free jazz and electro-acoustic music. Within the framework of the former, he is a formidible lyricist on Alto Saxophone – In the orchestra, and in his most well known projects he brings a stunning variety of sound using rotating surfaces and an array of unlikely objects to produce a potent mix of interactive, acoustically driven electronic ...

    On 16. November 2016 / By
  • nielsen
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    Mads Emil Nielsen

    Mads Emil Nielsen is an electronic musician/composer based in Copenhagen, DK. He works with basic sound sources, often combined with short percussive and orchestral samples, real sounds and an amplification of machine produced errors. In 2014 he founded arbitrary, the label and artistic platform on which he released FRAMEWORK (graphic scores + audio), a reissue of PM016 (Plant Migration, 2014) and Percussion ...

    On 16. November 2016 / By
  • ratti
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    Nicola Ratti

    Polyhedric musician and sound designer active since years in the experimental fields. He has performed live in Europe, North America and Russia and  his albums had been released by Anticipate, Preservation, Die Schachtel, Entr’acte, Where To Now?, Senufo Editions, Boomkat Editions, Holidays Records, Megaplomb, Musica Moderna, Boring Machines, Coriolis Sounds, Zymogen. He is currently working with Giuseppe Ielasi with whom he formed ...

    On 16. November 2016 / By
  • gengras
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    M. Geddes Gengras

    The LA-based producer M. Geddes Gengras has been putting out music at an alarming rate for the last decade, both solo (under his own name and using the aliases Personable and Fantastic Ego) and in a plethora of bands, from Britt Brown’s stoner rock troupe Robedoor to dub reggae production outfit Duppy Gun Productions. In recent years, Gengras has put more focus ...

    On 16. November 2016 / By
  • albrecht-ziepert
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    Albrecht Ziepert

    Albrecht Ziepert, part of the electronic band Pentatones, theatre musician and composer for the Berlin dance company MS Schrittmacher. In their new performance HEIMATFRONT (DOMESTIC FRONT) MS Schrittmacher is dealing with the question ‚How long we can ignore the exploiting and martial consequences of our lifestyle in the comfort zone of Europe‘. Playing live in the performance Albrecht Ziepert creates an own ...

    On 14. November 2016 / By
  • tim-gane
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    Timothy Gane

    Over their 19-year career, Tim Gane has changed the parameters of British pop, rock and electronics with his Farfisa-fuelled wizardry and kosmische high jinx.  As a key member of experimental bands Stereolab and McCarthy, and more recently as a filmscore composer and founder of the expansive electronic trio Cavern of Anti-Matter, Tim has restlessly pushed his understanding of musical form. Through Stereolab, ...

    On 13. November 2016 / By
  • lumisokea1
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    Koenraad Lumisokea

    Lumisokea is a Belgian-Italian duo, formed by Koenraad Ecker and Andrea Taeggi, both based in Berlin. Their music music can be described as being highly tactile, rich in texture and polyrhythmic, blurring the lines between the acoustic and the electronic to create a challenging and introspective listening experience. Lumisokea’s influences range from dub to musique concrète, various percussion music traditions from Asia ...

    On 10. November 2016 / By
  • rienhold
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    Reinhold Friedl

    Reinhold Friedl was born in 1964, lives in Berlin since 1987. He studied piano with Renate Werner, Alan Marks and Alexander von Schlippenbach, mathematics and musicology in Stuttgart and Berlin. As a performer, interpreter and composer, he has received various fellowships – Eurocréation Paris, the Rome Fellowship (Villa Serpentara) of the Berlin Academy of Arts, STEIM Amsterdam-, as well as various composition ...

    On 19. Oktober 2016 / By
  • vigroux
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    Franck Vigroux

    Franck Vigroux is one of the few artists who are both a musician and a director. As a composer performer he has the rare capacity to produce a very wide range of sounds from electroacoustic to industrial noise, modern composition and experimental electronic music. He has performed and recorded with internationally renowned musicians such as Mika Vainio (Pan Sonic), Reinhold Friedl, Elliott Sharp, Joey Baron, Zeena Parkins, Ars Nova ensemble instrumental. ...

    On 19. Oktober 2016 / By
  • Sven_Helbig_DiB
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    Sven Helbig

    Sven Helbig is part of a generation of composers that no longer acknowledges the traditional lines between the world of classical composing, experimental art and pop music. He composes choir, orchestra and chamber music for classical concert venues and goes on tour with electronic music. In his solo concerts he radically edits his orchestra compositions – deconstructs and recreates them digitally or ...

    On 20. Juni 2016 / By