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“Passion for Lafontaine” conceived as a kind of soundtrack to his famous fable, as if Lafontaine was not a poet but a composer. This work is an attempt to adapt the elements of classical music to the modern perception of more sophisticated listener.


Wёska Project
Passion For Lafontaine

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Live during the festival 16+ (16.08.2015, Kiev, Ukraine).
Leonid Narushevich – guitar;
Andrei Sherro – laptop;
Dzmitry Ladzes – laptop.


Knyaz Mishkin

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Every city has a inimitable soundscape and rhythm. So let’s make a musical journey through the cities. Cities you’ve been or would like to visit. Let’s go for a walk through Paris.


Sound Interpretation: Paris

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In 2015, Rachel came back for a short time in Aix en Provence. In July, Rachel, Henry, and Arnold play together, an afternoon in Aups and record this album – RHA.


Rachel Chen, Henry Koek, Arnold Cabott

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This release is a life recording during Yuriy Zmorovych’s performance on experimental music festival 16+ (Kiev, 2015).


Lij Wuyte

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Collaboration with Chinese experimental musician Dickson Dee. It is based on his sounds, a part of ‘Blind Man Tales’ by Gintas Kraptavicius & found sound by Emmanuel Mieville. The starting point was my poem ‘Do You Dream About Me?’. The poem is read by Cheri Gao. It’s a dreamy & sometimes noisy piece of 18 minutes in total.


Peter Wullen
Do You Dream About Me

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Recordings made between spring 2006 and spring 2008 at the Golgotha studio in Weccacoe and at the Goat Hole studio(s) in Haddon Hights, New Jersey. All titles priduced by Josip Karpinovic, aided and abetted by Graeco-Norwegian.


Golgotha Communications Ltd.
The Evgenyia Accord

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The second album by Psychic Frequencies. It contains eight tracks. The album is closely related to the group’s previous ‘Projecting Disorder’ release on Test Tube. Both albums were recorded during the same time period and feature a whole array of field recordings, instruments, electronics and programming in the sound.


Psychic Frequencies
Nursed Distractions

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The Legend of Belarusian improvised music Knyaz Mishkin accompanies the legendary Belarusian silent film ‘In The Big City’ (1927).


Knyaz Mishkin
In The Big City

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This time around all the mixes also feature new dadala member Roger Sundström of Sweden (aka Erocnet) on guitars, drum kit, vocals, ambient ‘scapes and more. Guest contributor Frank Wilke of Germany (aka brass-lines) is featured on three tracks (trumpet and trombone). New dadala member André Darius (France) added bass to one track.



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This album is recorded and computed by Slo-Blo at home between end 2014 / early 2015.


Deep Fading

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Viktar Siamashka is a Belarusian poet, broadcaster and musician seeking a synthesis of free jazz, folklore, academic and electronic music. He specializes in a wide range of wind instruments often played with sound effects.


Viktar Siamaška & Сo
Vilnius Axis

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“This album is my sixth in the line, in my experimental project under my name Szentpétery Csaba. I continue the computer music study with third and fourth. This serial is „rational” music.”


Szentpétery Csaba
For The Nonce

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Knyaz Mishkin – Golova Mishkina.
10.04.2015, Minsk, Gallery 12.
Leonid Narushevich – guitar;
Andrei Sherro – laptop.


Knyaz Mishkin
Golova Mishkina

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Golgotha Communications Limited is a Philadelphia-based experimental music unit, founded and fronted in a maze of brick and concrete by a marginally functional former nightclub bouncer named Josef Karpinovic. Active since around the turn of the century, they have issued numerous audio products in various formats on about a dozen different labels.


Golgotha Communications Ltd.
All These Wheels Be One

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Albert Borkent is an ambient artist and experimental sound designer from The Netherlands. “Landship” paints a dream landscape somewhere situated in the Gobi Desert, or elsewhere, the different situations experienced there, the cold, the heat, the lost, the found.


Lingua Lustra