Antoine Beuger’s To The Memory Of on Vital Weekly

“This is some very quiet music, with lots of space between the sparse notes, but not something one sticks on for relaxing. Meditation is perhaps something I could see even when some of the tones may come across ‘harsh’, especially the ones from objects. This is something that is best enjoyed when one keeps the full attention going and listens to this in total silence and uninterrupted. Only then, I should think, the beauty of this becomes clear” – Frans de Waard about Antoine Beuger’s To The Memory Of on Vital Weekly issue 1119.

Scoriacon airplay from Ljubljana, Slovenia

Tonight at 23.00 CET on Ljubljana’s Radio Študent (FM 89,3 MHz) Luka Zagoričnik is presenting Birgit Ulher and Felipe Araya’s Scoriacon album at his radio show Godbeni Imperializem alongside some new releases by labels Mikroton and Another Timbre.

Wolkokrot airplay on Radio Kras, Gijón

Inexhaustible Editions’ very first release, Wolkokrot by Miguel A. García and Ilia Belorukov has just been presented at the Vericuetos radio show on Radio Kras (FM 105 MHz) in Gijón, Spain.

Wolkokrot tour in Switzerland and France

Miguel A. García and Ilia Belorukov first met in 2013 in Saint Petersburg, Russia at a recording session. After some time, they started to work together as a duo: their debut album, Wolkokrot was released by Inexhaustible Editions in August 2015. Wolkokrot was a home studio work based on sound files exchanging, using various electronics, sound samples and field recordings as blurred reflections of memories. As a live unit, García and Belorukov are playing in improvised context, and working with sounds of a saxophone, objects and various electronic devices. The première tour of this duo will happen in December 2016 in Switzerland and France.

Scoriacon reviewed at Orynx-improv’andsound

Belgian vocal improviser, organizer, journalist and music activist Jean-Michel Van Schouwburg has just reviewed Birgit Ulher and Felipe Araya’s Scoriacon at his music blog site Orynx-improv’andsound.

Gapplegate Music Review discusses Bakers Of The Lost Future

“There is over-the-top music and then there is music that is over the top of that. I Belong To The Band and their Bakers Of The Lost Future belongs to the second tier of outness. It is a collective snort into deep space. I mean the snoring snort. The deep dream snort.”

Katalin Ladik among winners of The LennonOno Grant For Peace

Heartfelt congratulations to Hungarian poet, performance artist, singer and actress Katalin Ladik for getting The LennonOno Grant For Peace in 2016 alongside Chinese contemporary artist and activist Ai Wei Wei, British-Indian sculptor Anish Kapoor, and Danish-Icelandic sculpture and installation artist Olafur Eliasson. This year’s awards will be presented in Reykjavik, Iceland on 9 October. Katalin Ladik is guest starring on Inexhaustible Editions’ latest release, Bakers Of The Lost Future by I Belong To The Band.

I Belong To The Band on Futuremusic FM

Tomorrow evening at 22.00 CET+1 I Belong To The Band’s Bakers Of The Lost Future album will be presented by Shaun Blezard at his radio show Towards The Margins on London-based internet radio Futuremusic FM. The show will be re-broadcasted on Monday at midday.

Wolkokrot airplay on Radio Študent, Ljubljana

Tonight at 23.00 CET on Ljubljana’s Radio Študent (FM 89,3 MHz) Luka Zagoričnik is presenting Miguel A. García and Ilia Belorukov’s Wolkokrot release at his radio show Godbeni Imperializem alongside some fresh albums by labels Room Temperature and Monotype.