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Manu Delago

Manu Delago © Mirko De Nicolo

Manu Delago is not only known for being the drummer and Hang player of the Icelandic singer Björk. The “masterful and sensitive musician“ (The Telegraph) has also performed and recorded as a soloist with the London Symphony Orchestra and collaborated with various … read more »

Moritz Weiß Klezmer Trio

Moritz Weiß Klezmer Trio (c) Reithofer Media

Presenting old traditional sounds in a new guise: MORITZ WEIß KLEZMER TRIO aka Moritz Weiß (clarinet, bass clarinet, vocals) and his colleagues Niki Waltersdorfer (guitar, percussion, vocals) and Maximilian Kreuzer (double bass, vocals) present their own take on Klezmer music by developing … read more »

Paier/Valcic

Klaus Paier, Asja Valcic © Michael Reidinger

World music that draws its influences from all regions of the world – this encompasses the musical spirit that the duo Paier/Valcic have been pursuing for many years. On their records, the Austrian accordionist Klaus Paier and Croatian cellist Asja Valcic present … read more »

Ramsch & Rosen

Ramsch & Rosen © Barbara Brandstätter

Julian Lacherstorfer and Simon Zöchbauer have made it their life’s work to give traditional music a new sound. A sound that artistically places it in the here and now. Together they are Ramsch & Rosen, and they have proven just how beautifully they can … read more »

Russkaja

Russkaja (c) Fritz Holoubek

When the Russians invade Austria it usually means partying hard. That can result in the occasional flying vodka glass. The best example of the fact that there can be some truth behind even, shall we say, xenophobic prejudices is probably Russkaja. Ok, there … read more »

Sigrid Horn

Sigrid Horn (c) Magdalena Blaszczuk

The songwriter SIGRID HORN, originally from Lower Austria and now based in Vienna, is an artist that is able to make the most from very little and to transform tranquility into an all-encompassing force. On her debut album „sog i bin weg“ … read more »

Square Waltz

Square Waltz (c) Birgit Weinstabl

Think about anything you would expect from a Vienna Waltz ensemble – and then forget it all. Square Waltz squares the triangle, pushes circles into ellipses, and transforms any pyramid into a Vienna Cathedral-shaped thingy. Handmade music from Vienna, driven by the … read more »

The Snow Owl

Born in Bogotá, it was clear from an early age that Juan Garcia-Herreros, aka The Snow Owl, would one day pursue a musical career. Initially still practicing on the flute and the piano, he discovered the electric bass after moving to Florida … read more »

Tribidabo

Tribidabo (c) Reithofer Media

Listening to the tracks of this TRIBIDABO, one thing immediately stands out: genre boundaries or any other musical restrictions are completely nonexistent for the young Styrian trio. The guiding theme of the musicians Matthias Meister (saxophone, cajon), Bernd Kohlhofer (accordion) and Simon … read more »

Tubonika

Tubonika (c) Tubonika

TUBONIKA is a young talented duo with the successful approach to redefine the traditional folk music sound. And in doing so, Tubonika is igniting an infectious musical firework. The Styrian duo is on a quest to create something out of the ordinary … read more »