“Lorelei is the debut album from duo Feminine (Giampiero Riggio and Francesco Cipriano).
A wave manifesto against the deeply rooted reverence for the logic of genres.
Lorelei develops on two complementary levels: one archaic and passionate,
troubled by the many contradictions of a land like Sicily and the other,
accurate and bewitching, is a prelude to teutonic Stuttgart.
A countless number of bytes which they shared and exchanged remotely.
This work is romantic and brave at the same time, constantly immersed into a very deep atmosphere, never trite,
fooled by the certainty that there is no dream which cannot be described.”
“Things Left Unsaid is not only the testimony of a precise moment, but rather the result of a long research, composition and improvisation done by the band: there’s a common area where musical elements from diametrically opposed musical worlds such as jazz and contemporary music, rock and blues coexist without forgetting the melodic vocation in each composition.
Samurau: the band (Michele Sanna – guitars; Matteo Muntoni â el.bass; Alessandro Garau- drums) after a long period of mutual courtship and knowledge among the members, was officially founded in 2014: the aim is to satisfy the need to blend in total freedom, sounds, music, different styles through their own compositions.”
“The tracks of Music for plants are based on a live improvisation with electric guitar and a looping machine. Jan Grünfeld has recorded the music in the summer of 2014 on a huge balcony of an old villa in Bad Muskau, right at the German-Polish border – a very arcadian place!
The music is free, like a suntrap. The plants grow better with Jan Grünfeld’s music!
But not turn up too loud! And do not forget to water!”
“Talk, noise, voices, guitars. Beauty is everywhere. Your hand touches my hand. I ask you for the time. I’ll pick you up from school today. Thou headphones plugged into his ears. Everything is the same. All is well. I improvise on the doorstep, in the woods, on the field. Music comes out of the car radio, from the ICE seat, from the computer to the I-pod, the TV, mobile phones, the street, the room next door and my guitar. Fragments of my soul. Or yours? Random is a uniformly active principle. The butterfly principle. No principle.”
Rubén D’Hers is from Caracas, Venezuela and actually located in Germany. Since his great album on 2063music.de relesed six years ago, there was silence. This new release is a live recording of a concert performed at the FUSION festival (Germany) 06/26/2010 10pm at querfeld-floor.
THE! & Ruben D‘Hers are:
Clemens Wegener – laptop
Tommy Neuwirth – microphone
Ruben D‘Hers – guitar