November, 2016

You are here: Home - 2016 - November

  • First reaction on Stray Dogs “And The Days Began To Walk”

    “Stray Dogs create a digital tribalism with their impassioned “And The Days Began To Walk”. Rhythms are nimble, crisp, and precise. The overall album teems with a tense energy as the multi-faceted percussion is layered quite heavily. Attention to detail is meticulous as everything comes together in a swirling sea of sound. Melody exists throughout […]
  • BLACK FRIDAY WEEKEND ON KVITNU!

    -50% ON EVERY ITEM IN OUR SHOP Use code word – black2016 – on checkout Weekend sale ends at 23:59, Sunday November 27th! https://kvitnu.bandcamp.com/
  • STURQEN “Fobos” – video

    STURQEN – Fobos Video for a track from the album Cura – http://shop.kvitnu.com/album/cura  
  • New release with new artist – Stray Dogs!

    Today we are proud to present a new work from new artists on Kvitnu – Stray Dogs. „And the days began to walk“ is Stray Dogs’ 3rd album, after 2010’s Intangible States and 2013’s Wasteland. The music on this album was composed for contemporary dance performances by the renowned choreographers Ina Christel Johannessen and Stephan […]
  • And again about Mingle from US radio

    http://zookeeper.stanford.edu/index.php?s=byAlbumKey&n=1100833&q&action=search&session
  • Mingle “Static” – a review from KFJC89.7FM

    KFJC89.7FM about Mingle’s recent work. “It seems like we can’t get enough from Ukraine’s Kvitnu lately – here’s another to scratch the (gl)itch. Mingle is Andrea Gastaldello, an Italian composer and multi-instrumentalist. He describes this 2015 release as an “introspective journey, highly melancholy,” my idea of a good time. Piano and guitar sounds are blurred […]
  • Kvitnu is big experimental music podcast

    https://www.mixcloud.com/tonlistina/playlists/tribute-special-label/
  • First review for Ilpo Väisänen’s “Syntetisaattori Musiikkia Kuopiosta”

    “Ilpo Väisänen’s “Syntetisaattori Musiikkia Kuopiosta” recalls otherworldly alien aural landscapes. Throughout the duration of the collection the way the sounds twist and turn is impressive. By holding back on outright sheets of noise what results is something rather beautiful at times. Layer upon layer of sound slowly melt on top of each other as mere […]
Back to top