Latest Interviews

  • Interview with

    Ogoya Nengo

    Ogoya is in her seventies, and despite being a legend in her own country, will be going on her first European tour ever. Hailing from the village of Rang’ala on the Kenyan shores of Lake Victoria, she has been a professional singer since her early teen years and is considered to be the most prominent exponent of the vanishing art of Dodo, ...

    On 8. Oktober 2014 / By
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    Ben Vida

    Ben Vida is an artist and composer living in New York. He has been an member of the international experimental music community for two decades with a long list of collaborators, band s and releases to his credit. In the mid 90’s he co-founded the group Town and Country and has since worked as a solo artist, presenting works in a range ...

    On 7. Oktober 2014 / By
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    UMA

    UMA is German-Austrian married couple Ella and Florian. They are living and working in Berlin. She studied classical music and sang in choirs in the solitude of rural Austria. In Vienna, as part of the supergroup Go Die Big City! And solo as Jools Hunter, she was already working with spacey synths and decelerated beats. Florian grew up in German suburbia where ...

    On 2. Oktober 2014 / By
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    Divan Rouge

    Divan Rouge is the debut self-entitled collaboration between audiovisual artist/composer Ulises Labaronnie and Klaas von Karlos of A/V collective ReVerse Bullets. The creation of this group and their album emerges from a communication in energies via four countries – France, Argentina, Germany, and the USA. Divan Rouge is a convergence of mystery, magic, blood, and astral planes. The two sonic architects, Klaas ...

    On 1. Oktober 2014 / By
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    Magda Mayas

    Magda Mayas is a pianist living in Berlin.
 Developing a vocabulary utilizing both the inside as well as the exterior parts of the piano, using preparations and objects, she explores textural, linear and fast moving sound collage.
Alongside the piano, Mayas has been performing on a Clavinet/Pianet, an electric piano from the 60s with strings and metal chimes, where she engages with noise ...

    On 1. Oktober 2014 / By
  • Interview with

    Rachel Grimes

    Heralded “one of American independent music’s few truly inspired technicians” by WIRE magazine and included among NPR’s “100 Composers under 40, ” Rachel Grimes is a pianist, composer, and arranger based in Kentucky. She is widely recognized as the composer and pianist in the ground-breaking chamber ensemble Rachel’s, with whom she toured and released six albums including the celebrated Music for Egon ...

    On 25. September 2014 / By
  • Interview with

    DJ Ipek

    The Berlin-Istanbul-based turkish-german dj/producer/compiler İpek İpekçioğlu influenced with her eclectic music and characteristic mixes the multilayered Berlin club scene during the 90ies. Widespread magazine Zitty acknowledged exactly this when they ranked DJ İpek İpekçioğlu as one of Berlin’s most important cultural contributors. Berlin based queer DJ has developed herself into an exclusive Berlin export article, visiting festivals and clubs all over the ...

    On 23. September 2014 / By
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    Glenn Branca

    Glenn Branca (born October 6, 1948 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania) is an American avant-garde composer and guitarist known for his use of volume, alternative guitar tunings, repetition, droning, and the harmonic series. In 2008, he was awarded a grant from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts Grants to Artists Award as well as a CAPS grant in 1983, an award from the National Endowment ...

    On 23. September 2014 / By
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    Mick Turner

    Mick Turner is an Australian  artist and musician, known as guitarist with acclaimed instrumental group Dirty Three. He is also a seminal figure in  Australian 1980’s post punk being a member of  Venom P Stinger, Sick Things and Fungus Brains. He has also lent his unique musical prose upon recordings by Catpower, Bonnie Prince Billy and Nick Cave . Mick Turner has ...

    On 17. September 2014 / By
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    Daniel Bachman

    Born in Fredericksburg, Virginia, Daniel Bachman has amazed audiences with his highly skilled abilities at 6 string guitar and lap guitar. His self invented genre „Psychedelic Appalachia“ has slowly grown into a legitimate sound that the world is noticing. His latest album „Orange Co. Serenade“ has given him the opportunity to travel across the world and in some cases in places where ...

    On 10. September 2014 / By
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    Lawrence Arabia

    Lawrence Arabia is the musical guise of New Zealand artist James Milne. In 2006, Lawrence Arabia released his self titled debut album and the debut album his band The Reduction Agents, The Dance Reduction Agents. Both albums were nominated for several bNet awards, New Zealand ’s public voted alternative radio awards, and Chant Darling won the inaugural Taite Music Prize in 2010. ...

    On 9. September 2014 / By
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    Eyedress

    Eyedress is Idris Vicuna a young Filipino fellow that has taken over the reigns from Freddy Aguilar as the best Filipino music artist in the last 30 years. For those of you who don’t know Freddy Aguilar don’t worry you don’t have to but what you should take notice of is Idris’s project „Eyedress“ that portrays a new insight in electronica in ...

    On 8. September 2014 / By
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    BIINDS

    BIINDS is a collaborative audio/visual project created by Nicolo Sommer (vocals, keyboards, guitar and bass) and Christy Taylor (vocalist, gadgets and field recordings) with a large number of guest collaborators throughout the band s‘ lifetime. They are based all over in Germany, the UK, the USA and Peru bringing an international viewpoint on music and music making. This transformative band changes throughout ...

    On 8. September 2014 / By
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    Kreidler / Andreas Reihse

    Andreas Reihse originally comes from Düsseldorf but has made a name for himself in Berlin and the world. For over 20 years now, his band Kreidler have become an institution for electronic music and still brings the crowds to watch the masters at work. Their music has transcended a number of genres from spoken word poetry to dub/electronic and can also be ...

    On 8. September 2014 / By
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    Pony Asteroid

    Virgin nature and big cities, heavens and hells, glory and death, music and silence… We all love ups and downs, it makes our hearts beat stronger. Facts Placebo chose Pony Asteroid as their supporting band . The band is working on their debut album with Grammy-winning producer Reuven Amiel in Miami. While the album is being finished some of the members moved ...

    On 6. September 2014 / By