Seattle-based sound artist and Dragon's Eye Recordings label owner Yann Novak documents the emotional impact of the world around him by recording it and then uses digital processing to hone in on the feelings of time and place that field recordings can evoke. While maintaining the naturally occurring composition of the original document, Novak reveals the delicate nuances of sound within the new context of evocative soundscapes.
Zolan Quobble -Voice
Stephen Elwell - Bass
Pete Karkut - Laptop & Percussion
Zolan Quobble is a performance poet in his own right. He was part of Chicken Sidecar.
Stephen Elwell also plays electric drums with Foul Geese and guitar and keyboards with Bert Shaft Orchestra. He used to be the keyboard player in Brain of Morbius.
Pete Karkut uses samples including those made from his own collection of instruments and his own idiosyncratic recordings such as straw blowing in avocado soup and a fly trapped in a plastic bowl. He used to play percussion, keyboards and tapes with Leven Signs.
Mostly Other People Do the Killing is a quartet founded on the idea that not only is Jazz still alive and vibrant, but it can and should be fun, engaging and thoroughly contemporary. Rather than settling into one style or historical period, MOPDTK fuses the entire spectrum of Jazz and the various forms of improvised music it has spawned into a single, seamless melange of Uber-Jass. Each of the four members of MOPDTK is a product of the institutional Jazz Education system with additional influences immediately recognizable.
Helena Gough is an English sound artist currently based in Berlin Her first two solo releases can be found on the Entr
"Hyperspeed digital grindcore with brutal death influences. Really original stuff and incredible sound that will make your head explode". MULK is a one-man cybergrind/grindcore band from Lyon, France. Consisting of Vincent from Sedative handling guitars, drum programing and growls . It's an insane mixture of electronic breakcore the likes of Venetian Snares and some of the most devestating death metal there is to be found. There are similarities to bands like Whourkr and Noism. Hyperspeed electronic drums, technical guitarwork and deep growls.
Clara Clara saw the light of day in a basement in the small town of Dijon, France, gathered around a saucepan drumkit, a “shitty” Höner guitar and a My First Sony Microphone. Yet it immediately became the very core of the local spazz rock scene (we’re talking at least 8 people here, all of them shell- shocked by a short stay in town of dutch experimental band The Ex). Basically made up of Charles and François Virot (the latter being famous enough under his own name) and Amélie Lambert (a school book of whom cued the band with its name)...
There are two artists called The Contortionist. 1) A progressive deathcore band from Indianapolis: Bottom heavy open chords that resonate strong enough to shake the core of the earth. Skyrocketing bursts of oscillating guitar leads layer an ominous and dark undercurrent of rhythm. While hardcore punk may be the sound that rules the day in The Contortionist hometown of Indianapolis, it is the band
Zu “Carboniferous” cd- out Feb. 9th 2009 on Ipecac Recordings
Feat. collaborations with Mike Patton , and King Buzzo of The Melvins . “Carboniferous” comes after one year of consistent touring in quartet with Patton. Zu also played the Patton/Melvins curated All Tomorrow’s Parties in December 2008 in Minehead - U.K. With their original line-up ( since 1999 ) of drums ( Jacopo Battaglia ), bass ( Massimo Pupillo ), and saxophone ( Luca T Mai ), the trio from Rome Italy gradually developed into their current form of highly intricate...
Cult of Youth is a Neofolk band hailing from Brooklyn, NY. The band delivers their own style of ominous folk with martial industrial flourishes and the vindicative spirit of raw punk to keep the blood pumping.