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Fainschmitz

Fainschmitz (c) Fainschmitz

Fainschmitz create music to dance and to cuddle. One can meet multilingual megaphone lyrics, driving guitar, powerful bass, wild and gentle sounds of saxophone, trumpet and clarinet. They perform own songs between Gypsy Swing, Chanson, Jazz, Pop and Punk. The band consists of four … read more »

Florian Klinger

Florian Klinger, born 1991, studied classical percussion and jazz mallets in Vienna and New York City. Besides his position as percussionist at the Volksopera Vienna, he is pursuing a career as a soloist and composer.  His recently founded band includes close companions … read more »

Franz Hautzinger

Franz Hautzinger, Portraitfoto © Clara Zalan

Franz Hautzinger is a musician who has never allowed any restrictions to get in the way of his own creativity. Always preserving artistic freedom as the top priority, the trumpeter, composer and improviser continuously creates his own musical world, where the boundaries … read more »

Gazelle & the Bear

The songwriting duo “Gazelle & the Bear” is presenting their debut album “Weird Shaped Clouds”, a collection of songs which playfully connects pop music, modern Jazz and Hip Hop. Stories about self-love, confrontations with oneself and others and the ongoing dance between … read more »

Georg Breinschmid

Georg Breinschmid, Portraitfoto © Julia Wesely

Georg Breinschmid was born in 1973 and lives in Vienna. He is one of the leading Austrian jazz musicians on the international scene. Breinschmid studied classical bass at Vienna University. As a student he worked as a substitute in the big Viennese … read more »

Gerald Preinfalk

Gerald Preinfalk © Gerald Preinfalk

Gerald Preinfalk started playing the clarinet at early age. The Saxophone became a vocation when discovering Vienna’s various scenes for music. Studies of Jazz- and Classical-Saxophone opened a wide range of activities. Gueststudies in Boston (USA) and Paris completed this constant curiosity. … read more »

Gina Schwarz

“Schwarz’s compositions are thoughtful and clever, making good use of stylistic range by highlighting the timbral strengths of different sections of the ensemble!” Downbeat, USA, May 2020 Jazz bassist and composer Gina Schwarz studied jazz-bass and accordeon at the Jazz Conservatory Vienna, … read more »

Gitarren der Liebe

Gitarren der Liebe, Bandfoto © Max Wegscheidler

After their album Nietzsche in Love (2014, Pumpkin Records)  Gitarren der Liebe released “How I Failed To Trick My Destiny” in 2015 –  a 12“ album that comes in a DIY-silk-screen-sweing-sweatshop-sleeve. Attached download comes unexcited. Epic Bernd Heinrauch (Melvins, Chicks On Speed, Mark Deutrum and Hella Comet) … read more »

Großmütterchen HATZ Salon Orkestar

Das Grossmütterchen HATZ Salon Orkestar (c) Gregor Buchhaus

Over the past years the Großmütterchen Hatz Salon Orkestar has rocketed its way through the international world music scene. In 2011 they caused quite a stir with their debut album “Gallato” and have ever since been able to make a name for … read more »

Hannes Löschel

Hannes Löschl, Portraitfoto © J. Novohradsky

Nothing musical is alien to him: contemporary avant-garde and jazz, rock, live electronics, or improvisational experiments beyond the categories belong to the habitat of the pianist, composer, bandleader and record label owner Hannes Löschel. The tone and sound material on his CD … read more »