Viktar Siamashka – winds, voice, percussion, electroorgan ‘Jem Carousel C-450’, texts;
Dzianis Kudrautsau – guitar, drums.
Recorded 31-10-2015 in the ‘Dietrich’ Industrial Loft, Viciebsk, Bielarus.
Thanks to Maxim Zukau, Andrei Serro, Ales & Volha Siamaska.
Waves of sounds are whispered and screamed extracting from the uncommon interaction rhythms, harmonies and melodies. Everything is in eternal motion where each one of the five musicians rotates their roles to emerge from the mass of sound or melt into it.
John McNally is a 26 year old multi-instrumentalist that is inspired by a vast array of influences. His philosophy is very simple. “I create music and send it out into the world, and at the end of the day I am just thankful if people listen to it and enjoy it in some form.”
Cinética: The trio conformed by Bayón, Díaz and Crozzoli found in this recording the inner force of the chaotic and beautiful city of Buenos Aires. Each musician develops in his own language an internal and external communication, between themself and without the self.
We believe that each city has its own unique air. But anyone who works with the sound knows that every city has a inimitable soundscape and rhythm. So let’s make a musical journey through Helsinki.
Knyaz Mishkin is a legendary and the eldest Belarusian band played improvised music. The band already exists for 22 years. Its founder, ideological leader and scriptwriter is Leanid Narushevich. The band members’ staff is constantly changing. The band biography embraces many releases and festivals.
This free improvisation recording is part of the 2014 Creatividad en Movimiento´s initiatives. Shocron, Polizer and Crozzoli create a landscape of sounds and melodies based on the knowledge of their daily activity as artist in Buenos Aires.
Live improvisations for Charlie Chaplin’s silent film “The Immigrant” (1917). Recorded 27-05-2015 in the courtyard of Brest Region Philharmonic, except track #2 – recorded 20-05-2015 in the courtyard of Grodno State Museum of the History of Religion, Belarus.
dadala’s 33rd release, the album ‘Expanding Talk’ is an eclectic and eccentric tapestry weaving together experimental electro-acoustic improvisation, glitch, avant-garde, ambient, soundscapes, free jazz and poetry.
Jess Lemont (Be a Waterwolf): all real instruments including drums, voice, guitar, bass, mallet percussion, keyboards, xaphoon, etc. Large-scale intricate lace improvisations.
Dave Keifer (Cagey House): virtual instruments, software, etc. Shifty editing, occasional brief embellishments.
FARS was a Golgotha Communications Ltd. sister project, the Afanasievo to GCL’s Yamnaya, which existed from 1997 until 2007, when the name was retired for good. Nevertheless, some very important audio products of ours were released under this moniker, key among which was ‘Körper Wahr’.
Live recording in Rakov folklore center. 2015
L.Narushevich – guitar
A. Sherro – flute, percussions
T. Kashkurevich – percussions, cymbal
Artist: Peter Wullen
Release: Do You Dream About Me
Source: Acts of Silence
Artist: A.Darius, P.Mimlitsch, M.Pozdrowicz
Source: Acts of Silence
Each track is a short burst of energy disappearing as quickly as it appeared leaving you grasping for some semblance of continuity. “Yeah, I’ve got this,” you tell yourself and then a gust of saxophone or the stammering of drums tilts you away from the previous track on to something new.
Artist: Golgotha Communications Ltd.
Release: Wine, Women and Song Pt2
Source: Yeah I Know It Sucks
Artist: Cagey House
Release: Queen of Spins
Source: The CerebralRift