Thursday, October 30, 2014

Peter Knight & Dung Nguyen - Re:Residual [Parentheses Records Promo]

It's been four years since the pairing of Peter Knight & Dung Nguyen interwove the musical strings of Western and Vietnamese music with their album "Residual" to a highly acclaimed result and it's only now that their collaborational effort is valued again with this package of five remixes released in album format under the name of "Re: Residual" via the Belgium-based Parentheses label, sprawling out into a wide and well-fascinating musical spectrum with Lena's interpretation of "Autumn Music" that leaves a lot of the Asian influences intact and comes across as a sweet and thrilling piece of what might be described as EthnoDub. Furthermore we see Tilman Robinson on remix duties for the "Phase Pedal" serving a calm, minimalist DroneAmbient recut accompanied by tender, warm but still isolated guitars well reminiscent of early works provided by Post-PostRock / PopAmbient artists like Klimek whilst Joe Talia's interpretation of "Minky Star" also explores ambient'ish paths but crosses over into warm, playful Clicks'n'Cuts as well as to embedding the sound of transformed, reprocessed brass winds to weigh in an abstract level of Future Jazz - think the legendary Viennese "The Showroom Recording Sessions" 12" here - to the 11+ minutes journey into advanced bar music of the very future. With Black Sifchi's edit of "Travelling" we see a cold, clean, metallic accumulation of rhythmic layers and buzzing sci-fi structures combined with vocals that might have been taken from an educational film about astronomy, especially star clusters, before the final Dan West remix of "Residual" fuses cold Drones with frequently pulsing bass lines and a dry MinimalTechno excursion that leads us straight to the heart of the well-advanced dancefloor. Nice one. Recommended.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Jstar vs The Mouse Outfit (feat. Dubbul O) - Gwan Test The Marshall

Nice vibes. Dubbage!

Monday, October 27, 2014

Sascha Müller feat. Nora W - Get Into My Life [SMNW001]

Scheduled for November 12th is Sascha Müller's first collaborational effort with the German vocalist Nora W which is featured in two versions on this fresh digital single. Whilst the so-called "Life Is Too Short Mix" turns out to be a proper, well-rounded and surely dubbed out Armchair Techno tune floating through deep space whilst the vocal bits are chopped and scattered all over the place the "Full Vocal Mix" is a more straight stomping HardHouse affair with dramatic pianos and string arrangements complementing vocals not less dramatic and well influenced by late 80s House music pioneered by black, disco- and gospel-schooled divas in influential outfits as Inner City, Soul II Soul and the likes of. Nice.

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Various Artists - Stiff Little Spinners Vol. 5 [Audiolith Promo]

Recently released via Hamburg's finest Audiolith-imprint is the fifth issue of the labels more club- and dancefloor-headed "Stiff Little Spinners"-series which caters all lovers of perfectly crafted TechHouse with a well melodious, sometimes even NeoTrance-infused twist as well as those who've been following the relatively new Romantic House-movement which - in parts - has been shaped by the inner circle of artists that are related to the Stiff Little Spinners. The series' latest outing features six brand new tracks by the likes of Krink, Kalipo, Gimmix, Joney, Torsun Teichgräber & Danja Mathari as well as a remix by the man they call Rampue who reshapes Babette Conrady's "Shame" on this one to a fine result. Once again this 12" is setting high and valuable standards in its overall use of tender, soft-spoken melodies, floating synth structures and huge, ever embracing organic basslines dropping into the three dimensional continuum that a venues dancefloor is where they can be heard and felt to a heartwarming effect due to their massive physical presence for a reason. And this time it's especially the B-Side that serves two super remarkable future classics with Rampue's piano-heavy remix of "Shame" as well as the huge vocal anthem "In My Own Skin" by Torsun Teichgräber & Danja Mathari that gives us the goosebumps due to the sweet, slightly naive and uberly cute vocals and touching piano beauty. Fully recommended - don't miss out on this limited to 300 copies vinyl pressing.

Friday, October 24, 2014

See It Here First: Kasper Bjørke meets Kurt Uenala a.k.a. Kap10Kurt @ Otaku Records / Hamburg

A sweet little chat session with the Danish producer Kasper Bjørke who has recently released his album "After Forever" via hfn music and his dear friend Kurt Uenala a.k.a. Kap10Kurt who helped to shape and polish the albums overall sound in his Brooklyn-based studio and also happened to have worked with Dave Gahan on his songs on Depeche Mode's "Delta Machine" album. Mostly shot at the Otaku Records store in Hamburg before the guys played a show at the legendary Golden Pudel Club which turned out to be an awesome good night out - not only talking the musical side of things here as both of them are really nice types to chat and hang out with. Hope to see 'em soon for another show in Hamburg!

Fujako - Soul Buzz [Angstrom Records Promo]

Recommended to those who love the recent The Bug album to bits and are well fond of Mutant HipHop or Crooklyn Dub-imprints like WordSound or Black Hoodz is the latest release of the Brussel-based Angstrom Records which is dedicated to all things mutant and off-kilter. With Fujako's new 10" that is bringing on grim layers of distortion and industrial noisecapes the imprint caters the needs of all Mutant HipHop- and - especially talking "Preachers Echo" here - NoizeDub-headz with new levels of Opium-infused darkness whilst MC Black Saturn apocalyptic lyricism unfolds on top of dubbed out slow motion beats and Illbient-reminiscing bass wars able to destroy and delete any inapt fake P.A. system within seconds. If one needs to wipe off some nuclear dust from a massive wall of speakers to set up a zombie rave in the midst of the Nevada Test Site this is the sound to play on repeat for a reason. Don't let there be light - let there be fucking darkness!

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Monsieur Fleury & Dr Walker - Non Linear Reality Dub v1_1

Monday, October 20, 2014

Waschmaschinenfest 2K14 [LIMBS 001 Promo]

Our journey through the wicked world of weird audio tapes continues with the first release of the freshly founded LIMBS-label which is the new "Waschmaschinenfest 2K14" compilation, a C30 cassette based on Field Recordings of - well... - washers. Recorded, contributed and remixed - sic! - by artists like Xotox, Klonk, Low Entropy, Jasmina, Fgnugen, Aehm and Indesit we're introduced to quite a few different types of washers e.g. ones crafted by Bauknecht, Haier, Siwamat etc. and their typical, mechanic sound patterns as well as to dark'ish Drones, haunting athmospheres and cold, scampering experimental Tribe Tekno for underground soundsystems and chemically polluted teknival scapes. Quite interesting for collectors of conceptual releases - and washers.

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Mike Skinner & Murkage - Tonga

Mike about to lounge a new bass-dedicated night in Dalston which will go by the name of TONGA and is all about an amalgamation of Jamaican Dub, UK Grime and Garage. Built with the help of DJ Klepto from Murkage this sweet mixtape reflects the sound of TONGA and it seems it's gonna be the new place to be - loads of amazing tunes squeezed into less than 40 minutes here. Don't miss if you're in Dalston.

Friday, October 17, 2014

Bullenfreunde 2K14 [Raketenbasis Haberlandstrasse 004 Promo]

We love tapes. We love weird music. And we love Noize, highly digital Noize and more experimentalisms when it comes to the quite mysterious "Bullenfreunde 2K14" tape which roughly translates as "Coppers' Friends 2K14" titlewise. Being released without any tracklist or further information about the many tracks origins we're confronted with the mentioned style, droning sub-frequency attacks, quirky lo-fi loops, phocked-up braindance which is kinda reminiscing to the very early, non Jungle-related, days of the still active Sozialistischer Plattenbau-imprint or things coming from the late 90s Leipzig tape underground that catered the needs of the headstrong with heavy Rhythm Industrial, 8bitCore, Doom Electronics and loads of things far more way out than just to be filed under the "leftfield" flag. And so does "Bullenfreund 2K14" whilst adding more musical variety with also taking care of Hardcore addicts, Bleep-heavy Breakcore, alien  swamp recordings and sci-fi machines switched to tilt mode. There's no way not to love this. Also check for a reason if  you've been a fan of the seemingly defunct Dhyana Records imprint back in the days or are a collector of - possibly very limited - obscure tape items in general.

Thursday, October 16, 2014

4ZZZ1 - Untitled EP 1.0 [Psychocandies 028]

Lo-Fi Distortion Techno? Broken 8bit Beat? Heavy banging underground sounds for the headstrong? If all of these styles seem well appealing to your musical preferences you are well recommended to check out this EP featuring a bunch of six tunes that are about to smash the last bit of sanity left on a heavily heaving dancefloor into bits and crumbling pieces within seconds. From the very first track onwards this 32 minutes tour de force is firing from all cylinders, starting off with a bouncy, crushed Psycho Techno piece for the headstrong, continuing the crazy rollercoaster ride with super giddy melody pieces laid out over militant, Hardcore hailing drumworks and metallic, dry, futuristic uber-bleeps whilst the third tune of six can be described as hammering distortion excess for those digging the most extreme borders of what might be filed under the flag of Broken Industrial Techno - or Rhythm Industrial with a technoid twist. Talking track number four we're still following the same path musically although the bassdrums seem to be even more compressed and harder hitting whilst echoes of psyched out Acid are providing a spiralling background of braincrashing sonic modulations, before things speed up a bit and we're greeted with Industrial Speedcore-references in the fifth of six untitled tracks when all of 4ZZZ1's machines run on full tilt mode whilst some rusty pin-joint is irregularly squealing off rhythm. Finally the closing track provides an ultraminimalist highspeed workout somewhat between Next Level Drum'n'Bass and supersonic, sterile Electro that could've well been created by the master of sci-fi sounds, the great Current Value himself, throughout an experimental studio workout. To be unleashed on October 28th - get this monster!

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

The Israel-based Band Named 'A Cat' Obviously Can't Internet

Although we've stated clearly in our contact section that we're totally annoyed by bulk emails and newsletter spam plus that we're not interested in any kind of digital promo files this email from the Israel-based band A Cat just appeared in our postbox only recently.

Hey! We’re ‘A Cat’, Digi-Rock-Afro-Disco band based in Tel-Aviv, Israel.

VIDEO TIME! - Inside Out - LINK 
You can listen to the audio-only version on our Soundcloud.

Our new single, “Inside Out” expresses our appreciation to modern dance music and traditional west-african beats, wrapped in a the unique cooperation of the two video artists -  Shahar Levy (cut out animation) and Vadim MEchona (photography). You can download the song in WAV, or MP3. 

Please take notice that the song will be available for purchase on itunes, so these links are for your personal use only.

‘A Cat’ is composed of four unique musicians and electronic-craftsmen creating spacey tunes and based in Tel Aviv, Israel.

‘Disconnect’, our last single, is a dark wedding between grunge, and minimal techno - LINK

Hope you had fun listening, would like to hear from you if you did!

Scratches and purrs,
A Cat

Getting these kind of email junk is annoying for a reason and it should be pretty clear that we haven't been listening to any of their music but it's even more annoying if the mail is sent out as open CC bulk email to 161 people including label managers of Mad Decent and journos / bloggers from all over the place including We Are The Mascotte, Pitchfork, Nothing But Hope And Passion, The Guardian etc..
We reckon that these might be not so amused about the fact that their private contacts are now scattered all over the place and will be flooded with even more bulk mail in future times but mustn't it be pretty embarrassing for the band that all these people now are aware of the fact that the bands promo guy is too inapt to use email properly? So if that goes so terribly wrong it might give an idea about their use of musical instruments... 

But we'll take our time to go even deeper into a few remarkable details in this mailout.

Hey! We’re ‘A Cat’, Digi-Rock-Afro-Disco band based in Tel-Aviv, Israel.

Well, there's nothing wrong with being from Israel but it doesn't make you special at all. You're a band begging for an editors attention and referring to your provenance in the very first line does imply that there's nothing interesting to say about the band at all but "Hey, we're from Israel". You're stealing our time anyway so there's no heads up for that.
Plus: Digi-Rock-Afro-Disco. Seriously? Sounds like a kind of weird artsy fusion that takes influences from everywhere but doesn't go anywhere. And besides that does it seem to be a pretty clever idea to send this kind of music to a website that's mostly focusing on electronic music anyway? There've been exceptions and we've been writing about the likes of Sinkane and others but it's pretty obvious that you haven't been checking our website properly but just sent this email out into the blue to every email adress you could get hold of.  

VIDEO TIME! - Inside Out - LINK
You can listen to the audio-only version on our Soundcloud

There are a million music videos out there every day so having one is not a big deal. Soundcloud isn't that special either, especially if you don't link to your profile at this very point. And what about the mysterious Inside Out - a title or a description of the videos mood? You don't know but the mystery is solved later.

‘Disconnect’, our last single, is a dark wedding between grunge, and minimal techno - LINK

Uh, nice. More weird fusion music that might sound totally different to what the new single is about. Have you ever thought about how your possible fanbase - if you have any fans at all - might handle these rapid change?. Yes, life's a box of cookies they say and you'll never know what's the one you get next but fans expect things they can relate to, short: continuity. If you serve Indie today, Techno tomorrow and Opera in three months you're only making sure that you will lose more fans than you'll gain through your eclectic diversity.

Scratches and purrs...

Again. "Scratches and purrs..." Really? Is this like "welcome to the world of rainbow-pooping ponies" or do you want ppl to take you and your art seriously?

Hey guys, sorry for using Cc, our mistake. We know its pretty annoying, and we'll make sure it won't happen again. TO CONTACT US PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS MAIL, send a message directly to EMAIL

After several complaints about sending the email as open CC to all of these people instead of using the BCC for bulk mail the band came back with another email that was meant as an apology but - again! - was sent out as open CC to all adressees although they "... know its pretty annoying, and we'll make sure it won't happen again" which has been the biggest #wtf moment of last weeks internet at all.  

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

9 Things To NOT Do When Emailing Music Blogs

Although these pages run a "Don't Email Us At All"-policy it seems like a good idea to reblog the following nine super important points from New Zealand's Dub Dot Dash for a reason. More info and a more recent example of how to spoil a bands reputation by sending stupid emails is about to follow very soon.

1. Add Bloggers to Your Mailing List Without Giving Them a Heads Up
I don’t know who you are, yet I’m suddenly on your mailing list and there’s no unsubscribe button. At least send an email to let me know you think I’ll like the music you plan on blasting out. It’s even worse when the email blast says things like “this song is different than what you heard last time“. “Last time”? I don’t even know who you are.

2. Buy Lists of Email Addresses
People compile lists of blog addresses they found on the internet and then sell them. To me, buying these lists is almost as shady as buying followers. Someone added my contact email to some Australian blog list, and now I get a ton of emails inviting me to shows in Australia. I’ve never even been to Australia. [I get this a lot -don't invite me to your showcase in London/New York/Austin without checking my location!]

3. CC Your Email Blasts
If you’re sending a press release to a bunch of blogs and CC all of us, I can see everyone else you sent the email to. BCC us. Otherwise, I’m going to look at the lists of email addresses and see what types of sites you grouped me with. If I don’t like them, I probably won’t listen to your music. 

4. Write Excessively Long Subject Lines
When you’re writing a subject line for your email remember that anything beyond 11 words will probably be cut off in the inbox view. 

5. Get the Blogger’s Name Wrong
If you’re cutting and pasting the body of the email into new messages and personalizing it, be sure and proofread. You might have forgotten to change the name of the blogger or the title of the blog. It’s not always the end of the world, but it could prevent you from getting your foot in the door. 

6. Only Send Links to Music
There’s a link to a SoundCloud track in this email, but that’s it. Why should I click this? Who are you? You don’t have to send an entire bio, but at least say hello and tell me what this link is. 

7. Be Overly Casual
I know this isn’t a job application or the New York Times, you can keep it casual when you send an email pitch to a blog. However, there is such a thing as being TOO casual, especially if you have no prior relationship with the blogger. Don’t unnecessarily throw in words like “shit” and “whatever”, it’s distracting. “I like to sample my guitar recordings as if they’re someone else’s records or whatever”“producing shit on my computer” 

8. Lie About How Much You Love the Blog
Bloggers can tell when you’re lying about being a devoted follower of their blog. “I’ve been following your blog, it’s great” is often followed by a link to music that sounds nothing like what I post. If you’re not going to do your research then don’t lie about it. If you really do like a blog, specify what you like about it. 

9. Spam Bloggers
One producer has everybody on his team emailing me every time he puts out a new remix, which is every week. I get four emails about the same song every week. I don’t even remember what this guy’s music sounds like, but I don’t like it. It’s okay to follow up a few times, but don’t be excessive."

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Sascha Müller [Supersix Records Extra 026]

The man / machine they call Sascha Müller is back again with another twelve strong selection of tracks, bundled as the 26th untitled album in an ongoing series released via his very own Supersix Records imprint. Opening with the surprisingly detailed "Klikklakk 2" which presents a more snare-focused, atmosphere-led experimental Techno approach we're taken straight back to the center of the dancefloor with the stereo-field exploring, mad percussive Tribal Techno storm named "Kongo Beatz" followed by a cold, merciless banger going by the name of "Machine 2" partly crossing over into HardTechno realms. With his "Mechanik Wardrobe" Mr. Müller presents a more floating, organic journey that might be influenced by classic ProtoTrance but works well within a context of, likesay, Intelligent Techno that doesn't sound mechanical at all whilst the pounding "Messure 2" delivers a melodic yet stomping amalgamation of Hardbag House and ClubTechno with few dubby elements. The following "Meta 2" isn't meta at all but more like a super solid, down-to-earth Techno tool sporting some really haunting, anti-groov'ish percussion elements and psyched synth movements. The same roughly goes for "Metaplex II" if one's taking out the anti-groove thing. More m's are to be found in "Microprocessor" which seems to be the most positive, possibly even jumpy Techno tune on this album, one that's - albeit quite stripped down - created to put a proper E'd up smile onto all the raving crews faces for a reason: spiralling Acid lines for life. Uptempo minimalism is to be found in a tune named "Minimal Terrorismus" which is minimal for sure, but - despite of some weird groove experiments - shows no evidence of terroristic activities at all. It's more that kind of tune that'll recharge a crowds battery due to the use of decent, kinda ravey stabs and ghostly sounds flickering in the back like candle lights. Coming up next is "Neostatic", a battering sonic warfare which is about to please even Hardcore lovers with its hard hitting drums and overwhelming bassride, followed by the stone cold, psycho Techno assault "Nuclearer Winter" which pays intense homage to the dark side of Motor City, spiralling its way through nearly seven lightless minutes of sonic tension. Finally the albums closing tune "NumLock II" even fools around with military style snare rolls on top of a banging beat foundation and is proper fodder for all DJ's sporting a straight up no bullshit attitude. Nice. 

Saturday, October 11, 2014

DJ Big Hank - We Gettin Bukk 15 *Hank Rx

Chicago Juke fo' real. Deep.

Friday, October 10, 2014

11.10.2014: Liquid Sky Berlin presentz #lsb_TV #24

24:00 - sunday morning 6 am central european time

broadcasted via ALEX Offener Kanal Berlin
tv + radio show + internet stream

Dr. Noise M
twin peetz
sheldon drake
hendrik mokry
stream will be here:

Thursday, October 09, 2014

Mijk Van Dijk plays Brothers In Raw - Ach So (Live In Osaka, April 24th 1998)

Time for a flashback. Huge props to Mr Mijk Van Dijk for diggin' deep in his archives and uploading this gem.

Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Neel - Phobos *A/V Show Sample

Majestic Ambient and mysterious images - this is what we like. Deep.

Sunday, October 05, 2014

New Ira Atari EP To Come In Early November

News have it that the amazing Ira Atari is coming up with a new EP entitled "Heroes" via Audiolith Records on November 7th, 2014 - expect a tender bunch of five sweet songs easily to fall in love with, or to if one is listening to them in the right company.

Not featured on "Heroes" but still a great tune is Ira Atari's "Leave It" which is one of our favorite ItaloPop-songs of all time for a reason.

Friday, October 03, 2014

baze.djunkiii Charts 10/2014

01. ø - Syväys [Sähkö Recordings]
Partly a re-release this great Sähkö 12" once again proves that quality electronic music never grows old or out of fashion - no matter if tunes are new or, like here, produced long time ago throughout the period of 1995 to 1997. With the two tracks featured on the A-side - "Olematon" and "Uponnut" -, both of them already released on his "Atomit EP" back in 1995, Mika Vainio a.k.a. ø explores the realm of hypnotic, skeletal and ultraminimalist Electro as well as drone-heavy, reduced Electronica providing as much warmth and cosiness as a trip to outer space - without a space-suit. Flipping the 12" we'll find the formerly unreleased title track going even deeper in to the field of reduction and serving an epic trip of Glockenspiel and Sinewave Ambient built on single notes being slightly modulated before slowly fading away into abyssal silence. Deep.

02. Kalipo - Yaruto [Antime 010 Promo]
See review for details....

03. Dopplereffekt / Objekt - Hypnagogia [Leisure System Records 012]
I've always been a sucker for proper Electro and this one is one of the genres best 12"es I've come across in a while. Dopplereffekt's "Delta Wave" combines sharp, futuristic sound design with cold'ish, but still yearning and melancholia-touched string arrangements whilst Objekt's "Ganzfeld" speeds things up and delivers a subaquatic Detroit-reminiscing feel, string crescendoes and advanced rhythmic bleep wizzardry - a track well recommendable to lovers of DJ Stingray's unique musical vision.

04. Nu Yorican Soul - The Nervous Track [Nervous Records]

One of my favorite House tracks ever and an early 1993 prequel of what was to become known as Broken House later is now finally repressed. A good reason to pay respect to Nu Yorican Soul more than 20 years later for producing what I personally regard as one of the main House music masterpieces in the genres history.

05. Shapes 12:01 - Compiled by Robert Luis [Tru Thoughts]
This twelve track double vinyl has been released quite a while ago but still is a great overview on the vast variety of styles released via Tru Thoughts Recordings lately. From the deepest NeoSoul served by Nostalgia 77's "Sleepwalker" to positive House meets SynthFunk amalgamations to be found in Anchorsong's "Darkrum" via the uberly anthemic Dope Jazz ballad "Heroine" created by Freddie Cruger And Anthony Mills Are Wildcookie, a song stuck in my head not only for a great, seductive melody but also for dealing with the topic of heroine abuse amongst Jazz musicians throughout the genres heydays, there's nothing but quality to be found on this compilation album. More recommended tunes are created by the likes of Yannah Valdevit who seems to apply for providing the title song for a James Bond-movie to come with her epic "Gotta Keep Me Goin'", Zed Bias feat. Jenna G who are riding proper UK Garage vibes on "Fairplay (Zed Bias Oldskool Mix)",  Riz MC spitting his haunted rhymes in "All Of You" over beats reworked by Drum'n'Bass-ambassador dBridge and many more.  Proper collection.

06. Trennlinie Zwischen Gesten 3 [Trennlinie Zwischen Gesten]
Actually not a specific release in its original sense but a limited to ten -!!! - copies worldwide preview CDr given out to writers, bloggers and contributors that came alongside the recent issue of the Trennline Zwischen Gesten art- /dada-zine featuring a selection of tracks that will be released as a limited to 15 copies tape available via bandcamp only. Featuring a wide range of sounds from scripted field recordings, positive Rhythm Industrial, quirky electronics, Tekno and Dark Ambient provided by the likes of Kackegeruch, KENNEL KONTROL, Low Entropy, emptycuthere, aehm, Denny Engler, Kannee and Electronic Plaktime Pounder this one is not only a fine and super rare collectors item but also a view into the deepest vaults of the German electronic music underground of artists that only very view people might ever have heard of. Sweet.

07. Alojz Bouda - Synthesizer Sound [Opus]
This is one of these albums only true vinyl lovers might ever come across by chance - and so did I while being on a short bargain hunt at a Hamburg flea market lately. Originally purchased  for it's obscure cover only it turns out that Alojz Bouda seemed to be a true pioneer of the Slovakian synthesizer scene of the 70's and 80's , playing mostly, slightly cheesy, cover songs on instruments like the Yamaha CS 80, ARP 2600, Hohner D 6 and others used for quirky versions of "Singin' In The Rain" or "Yes, Sir, I Can Boogie" that were recorded on multitrack tapes but also creating compositions of his own like the strangely Cosmic and rhythmically clunky "Fish Eye" or the ecstatic "Focus" which are both featured on "Synthesizer Sound" alongside another self-composed piece named "Random" that is sporting loads of sci-fi bleeps and other formerly futuristic sounds for those who know. An interesting find for sure which seems to have been quite popular in Slovakia as it has been released in 1980 originally and repressed in 1981, 1982 and 1986.

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Wednesday, October 01, 2014

Bloodgroup - Tracing Echoes Short Documentary

The members of amazing Icelandic band Bloodgroup talk about the inspiration they find in the wild nature of their homeland and share some childhood stories in this sweet documentary by Natalie Wallrapp. Enjoy.