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  • Son Of Marketing reviewed Mingle

    Mingle è lo pseudonimo del polistrumentista Andrea Gastaldello; Weak Life è il suo più recente lavoro (febbraio 2015) ed è il risultato della collaborazione con Deison. Il nuovo album si intitola Static ed è uscito l’8 luglio via Kvitnu. Siamo di fronte ad un altro arista della congiunzione fra elettronica e acustica, una specialità che vanta tanti talenti nel nostro Paese. […]
  • Mauri is on Rivet Selections this month

    While a lot of “electronica” related music struggles to keep my attention, Kvitnu seems fixed on the dirtier and more rhythmic part of the spectrum which is just the right way to grab my interest. Mauri from Gijón (Spain) might very well be influenced by fellow Spaniard and industrial legend Esplendor Geometrico, because this shit […]
  • First review for Mingle “Static” CD

    Il nuovo lavoro solista di Mingle (all’anagrafe Andrea Gastaldello) si intitola Static. È una parola inglese che, come per l’italiano, ha diversi significati. Ascoltando il disco viene immediatamente da pensare che Mingle abbia deciso per questo titolo a ragion veduta perché, mascherato tra sembianze di immobilità (del tutto apparenti), c’è un frequente rimando all’elettricità statica […]
  • Santa Sangre magazine reviewed Isolat Pattern

    I’ve never heard of this Berlin project before; I suspect it’s anonymous not only for me. Yet the Ukrainian publishing house Kvitnu suddenly releases this less than half an hour material, which makes that slippers fall off your feet and tooth fillings are crumbling . At least I feel I have to go to a […]
  • Isolat Pattern in Mutant Area

    Avec cette première sortie du berlinois Benjamin Harris aka Isolat Pattern, encore inconnu dans nos contrées, le label à tête chercheuse Kvitnu continue d’explorer les profondeurs abyssales de l’expérimentation pour mieux degotter les talents en devenir et repousser la modernité toujours plus loin. Si il aime convier bruits blancs, parasites et ryhtmiques riches à son […]
  • First review for Mauri

    Mauri’s “Sweep Generators” is a terrifying vision of the future. Distortion rules supreme over these compositions. Nothing stands still. Constantly in a state of flux the sounds scurry across the aural landscapes leaving barely a trace behind. Propelled by a greater sense of urgency these are hysterical pieces. Lots and lots of texture color the […]
  • Isolat Pattern reviewed by SeekSickSound

    Kvitnu s’impose décidément comme une excellente pépinière d’artistes novateurs, et cette release d’Isolat Pattern confirme cette lancée avec une electronica inspirée et envoûtante. Avec cette première sortie du berlinois Benjamin Harris aka Isolat Pattern, encore inconnu dans nos contrées, le label à tête chercheuse Kvitnu continue d’explorer les profondeurs abyssales de l’expérimentation pour mieux degotter […]
  • Skug reviewed Wieman plays Goem

    Wieman ist das Duo Frans de Waard und Roel Meelkop, beide sind auch Kapotte Muziek und auch Goem. Was tun Namen hier also schon zur Sache außer zur Orientierung, schließlich sind beide Niederländer seit den frühen 1980er Jahren an einer schier unüberschaubaren Vielzahl an Musik- formationen beteiligt. Man könnte sagen, für Wiemans Vorgänger-Platte »The Classics […]
  • Two more reactions on Wieman/Goem’s CD

    dMute.net Quelques mois à peine après la sortie de The Classics Album (que nous avions chroniqué sur nos pages), les néerlandais Frans De Waard et Roel Melkop refont surface sous le pseudonyme de Wieman, mais pour s’attaquer cette fois au répertoire de Goem, qui n’est autre qu’une ancienne de leur nombreuses entités musicales. Wieman Plays […]
  • New review for Trenkel

    … intially unimpressed with Frans de Waard & Roel Meelkop’s sound I played it again whilst making some art and heard it differently…the insistent bass throb infiltrated my head whilst my guard was down, penetrating my conscious listening mind as it did, I thought ‘Hold on, that’s good’, whilst recognising that there were no deeply embedded […]
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