October, 2017

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  • Kotra “Cicada” is out today!

    Please welcome our new release
  KOTRA “CICADA” Lost and forgotten album from the founder of Kvitnu, conserved and fermented in digital archives for unknown cycles. Passed the time test and reawakened back to light. Razor-sharp dance songs from the buried underground squeezed between raw tension impulses of abstract irritated sound harmonies. Acute pressure of moving concrete sonic forms and […]
  • Fresh KVITNU podcast for LUFF festival

    Fresh KVITNU podcast for LUFF festival. A lot of unreleased tracks from upcoming albums!   Enjoy! ;) https://soundcloud.com/lylradio/kvitnu-191017
  • New reactions from FFM about Kvitnu and new Kotra album

    Were one obliged to conduct an (ultimately pointless) argument over the finest label in Eastern Europe, a prime contender would nonetheless emerge from the streets of Kiev: Kvitnu. Founded eleven years ago by Dmytro Fedorenko, Kvitnu was designed from the outset both “to amplify experimental noises emanating from Ukraine and to discover new sonic variations […]
  • Interview with Zavoloka for Norient

    The EP Volya (Kvitnu 2014) is an exception in the work of Ukraine and now Vienna-based electronic experimentalist Kateryna Zavoloka. It is the only record so far in which she has used sampling material with a strong political connotation: field recordings from 2013 and 2014 Maidan winter revolutions in Kiev. Below is a background talk […]
  • Listen to a preview of upcoming release by Kotra “Cicada”

  • So What Musica review for Mingle

    Sospesi in una dimensione transitoria in cui ogni elemento può essere manipolato per seguire il corso di un pensiero. Tutto giunge vivido e tangibile, ma si tratta di una concretezza gassosa capace di sfuggire ad ogni regola del reale. È una bolla spazio-temporale quella plasmata da Mingle, un ambiente privo di limiti visibili capace di accogliere […]
  • Review for Exo_c “Laboyatta”

    “Exoterrism and C_C join forces on this sonic avalanche of dense and dubby discordance. Described as “noise poetry of distorted sonic perfection,” Kvitnu elaborate once again on the fundamental properties of extreme abstract electronics—Laboyatta being the latest nine-track collage. All manner of broken machinery is transformed into engorged chaos. “Dub1” delivers this message effectively as […]
  • Vital Weekly about Mingle “Ephemeral”

    Available also on LP and CDR this is a new work by Andrea Gastaldello, also known as Mingle, who had  a previous release on Kvitnu in 2015 (see Vital Weekly 993) and who works with Deison (see Vital Weekly 1079, but also on other occasion). Since 1995 he is active with the production of electronic music, first […]
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