Pianos coupled with gradually growing synths surrounded by processed vocal snippets played out to a percussive backdrop composed of found sounds and field recordings. One could say that Surkid’s ‘Trees’ is an audio display of how to present your heart when you’re all out of sleeve.
Studio Rauschenberg is the project of Berlin-based producer Johannes Russ. Travelling through countless artist studios and workflows as a music technology developer, Russ has garnered an array of influence alongside an arsenal of field recordings along the way.
If you gaze far into the universe, the universe gazes back into you. Fleeing time and space in search of the contrast between artificial and natural aesthetics. Resonating sound waves collide with vocalised human expression, tearing out fragments of bygone memories.
A last mild breeze, falling leaves, long shadows and the last tickling rays of sunlight. Everything combined in warm organic soundscapes with the love and appreciation to intimate guitar loops. Lela Amparo creates an acoustic journal filled with…
Raw analog engines sound, roaming around concrete paved roads. Hypnotic rhythms mixed up with dystopian sound spheres. A perfect blend of analog synthesizers combined with bowed double bass and drums. CHOGORI project a picture of retro futuristic…
Kallocain (Detox) is flipping the frequencies by adding more organic layers to an already complex and cinematic sounding world. A continuous flowing field of fragments, featuring vocal contributions by Slim Spitta, Nina Storey and Samuel Gonzalez…
Leaving behind both the comforts and distractions of home and everyday life, Goddess, the self-titled debut album was recorded in four days within a secluded cabin in rural Ohio. Built on experimental improvisation, each track was recorded…
Kallocain is a blueprint for a complex and cinematic sounding world. Created in the depths of analog modular circuits and brought alive through roads of copper wire. Cologne based Marco Petracca, aka. HHNOI, builds and forms landscapes…
Homeward was born from a promise to my mother, made in the weeks before she left this realm. In the end, it didn’t seem right to simply collect existing projects, or even to work within my usual constraints: I wanted to devote myself to creating something…