The Music Information Centre Lithuania has just published a retrospective CD for Gintas K titled “Message in a Bottle”. This album features some tracks previously published in Crónica, in such releases as Mus*****c, Lovely Banalities or So On.
Marc Behrens remastered the entire catalogue of musical works by his friend Hans Ludwig Jacoby, aka “Boche”. He recorded music from the mid 1980s until 1991. Boche’s “Beats” CD, featuring 27 tracks, was just released on Entr’acte and is now available. You can listen to three tracks here and order the CD in Entr’acte.
Marc Behrens’s new mini-album “The Religion of Toxins” was released as a digital edition. The work was first presented as a sound installation at Museu Serralves, Porto, Portugal, May 30–31, 2015, during “Serralves em Festa 2015”, inside the Serralves chapel. “The Religion of Toxins” is now available to stream and buy in Bandcamp.
Enrico Coniglio has just released a new work, “OlivElegy”, composed from recordings made at an olive oil mill site on the hills a few kilometers from the charming town of Assisi, Umbria (Italy). “OlivElegy” is now available as a free download from Impulsive Habitat.
Marc Behrens funded Availabel just a few months ago, to re-release some his solo works and collaborative works with other artists such as Francisco López. Up until September 20, 2014, seven digital editions, ala001–ala007 were released. The entire Eyephone catalogue (a 1990s IDM side project by Behrens), remastered by Atom™, is among the editions. In […]
The Unfolded Collection features three computer-generated artworks: The Lonely One in the Autumn (with a soundtrack composed by @c), Inside the Diamond and Not Even Love Will Tear Us Apart, which were performed by LIA in real-time and recorded exclusively for Sedition as high-definition videos. This series explores the possibilities of communicating concepts like love, […]
It’s been almost two years since the last release “89”, the artistic duo, formed by Miguel Carvalhais and Pedro Tudela, aka @c, is back on Galaverna catalogue with a documentary work about the period the two of them spent together in summer 2013 in the Salento area (Puglia), near Alberobello and Gioia del Colle. They […]
The fourth volume of Quark: How Does The Invisible Sound? is launched today, a fantastic follow-up to the previous editions, featuring compositions by Nicolas Bernier, TeZ, Mimosa Moize and Fabio Perletta. Get it through Farmacia 901.
The two albums are available on cassette through Entr’acte: Ho. Turner: Systematic/Synergetic/Synchronistic/Syntonized/Sensitized! (E169) Ho. Turner: The Shrill (E173) Edited and produced by Marc Behrens for Entr’acte, 2014.