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  • A review for Stray Dogs from Chain D.L.K.

    “I’m not sure if the source for this output on Kvitnu by Belgian duo Stray Dogs (consisting of Frederick Meulyzer on percussions and electronics and Koenraad Ecker, who use electronics together with a set of guitars and a cello) is the same they grabbed in an icy deconsecrated church, which was the base for their […]
  • Stray Dogs reviewed by Luna Kafe

    “This album is a remarkable electronic recording. Top notch. The best electronic album I’ve heard for a while. And the days began to walk sees it’s performers to ‘explore the outer limits of the push and pull between music and the body: using their signature sonic palette of intricate rhythms, cello, guitars and electronics, they […]
  • Igloo mag reviewed Stray Dogs

    Stray Dogs‘ third full length, And The Days Began To Walk, is a 6-piece orchestration that bends and twists elongated tribal distortions with electronic music. Here, the album is released on Vienna Austria’s Kvitnu imprint “Lethe,” for example, trudges along Einoma pathways, broken beats, clangs, and manipulated horns drench the charcoal landscape. “Phaeton” is a […]
  • 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 […]
  • 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 […]
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