February, 2012

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  • Zavoloka, Kotra and Dunaewsky69 in Oscylator Ensemble

    On Sunday, February 26th, Kvitnu artists Zavoloka, Dunaewsky69 and Kotra performed as a part of Oscylator Ensemble in Krakow Music Academy
  • Sturqen “Waltz”

    Our friends TENPOINT made a visualization for a track “Waltz” from CD “Praga” by STURQEN. Enjoy!
  • v4w.enko at Fiber Space Festival in Amsterdam

    V4W.ENKO will open the night programme with an audiovisual performance based on a robotic system of algorithms, that creates an abstract space of sound and visual textures. By manipulating the parameters of the system he adds a human feature which results in a beautiful effect. FIBER is very proud to announce that V4W.ENKO will collaborate […]
  • Three Kvitnu releases are in TOP10 of 2011!

    Three Kvitnu releases appeared in electronic TOP10 of 2011 by French zine Indie Rock Mag! In best albums: Plaster “Platforms” and Zavoloka “Vedana”. In Best EP’s – Zavoloka “Svitlo”. More information about other releases from the list is here: http://www.indierockmag.com/article17903.html
  • Very good and detailed review for “Platforms” from Chain D.L.K.

  • New release – Plaster “Double Connection” is out!

    And here’s our new, 22nd release on Kvitnu. We open this year of releases with work which is strongly connected to our last CD “Platforms” by Plaster. It’s a remix EP for one of tracks from “Platforms” – Double Connection.
  • Luna Kafé about “Praga”

    It’s always exciting to check out new releases from the Kvitnu label. Sturqen’s Praga is yet another kool and quite different (from most records) to put on. The only information from Kvitnu is: ‘Pure abstract vibes with no specific context, frozen explosion, ignition, crushed particles and relief.’
  • And Luna Kafé about “Filament”

    Kvitnu keeps on with their quest putting out “high blood pressure music”. This time it’s Portuguese ambient electronic artist Vitor Joaquim and his album Filament. Described by the label to be: ‘…a silent scream against the massacre of intensity and constant pulse coming from out of us.’
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