We have a new t-shirt for you!

This time is a black shirt with only Kvitnu logo. Again it was made with special bleaching printing technique – no paint was used, image can never be destroyed, no matter how many times you wash your shirt! Even when your t-shirt dies in few years, image will remain looking same great as new! Sizes […]

New review for Matter “Paroxysmal” by BeachSloth

Matter’s “Paroxysmal” has the raw intensity of industrial meshed with unrelenting noise. Everything here positively dominates: from the aggressive stabs of sheer distortion to the heavy drums kicks. It all works. At times Matter is reminiscent of Pan Sonic at their absolute edgiest (think Pan Sonic’s first Kesto disc and you get some idea). Songs […]

Chain D.L.K. also reviewed recent Kotra​’s work

Dmytro Fedorenko aka Kotra is the founder and the main mastermind behind the excellent Ukrainian label Kvitnu, which is keeping on spreading interesting specimen of experimental electronics by meansof a selection of stuff and superbly crafted pieces of music, which, according to label’s own description, “concetrates on sound and ideas with a high blood pressure […]

Chain D.L.K. reviewed Isolat Pattern

“Clinical Ambience” sounds like a guessed title for this output by one of the recent discoveries of Kotra’s imprint Kvitnu, which came from the sonic wit of Berlin-based sound artist Benjamin Harris, which didn’t received so many feedback despite the considerable quality of sounds and their layering. The wisely forged noises that Isolat Pattern pull […]

And another good review for Mingle “Static” from France

Après nous avoir laissé sur notre faim durant une longue période avec peu de sorties, l’excellent label ukrainien Kvitnu revient en force depuis quelques mois. Comme à son habitude, le label privilégie une musique électronique industrielle de qualité. En témoigne l’album de l’italien Andrea Gastadello qui sous le pseudo Mingle (littéralement Mêler) propose un Static […]

Paroxysmal review by Frequencies

“La vita antica fu tutta silenzio. Nel diciannovesimo secolo, coll’invenzione delle macchine, nacque il Rumore. Oggi, il Rumore trionfa e domina sovrano sulla sensibilità degli uomini. […]Noi vogliamo intonare e regolare armonicamente e ritmicamente questi svariatissimi rumori. Intonare i rumori non vuol dire togliere ad essi tutti i movimenti e le vibrazioni irregolari di tempo […]