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Auer, Christoph Pepe

Christoph Pepe Auer (c) Thomas Radlwimmer

Christoph Pepe Auer is a busy man and took his time for his first solo album. Apart from being involved in various projects and playing a lot of live concerts, working as the boss of the record label Session Work Records seems to have been … read more »

Dornenreich

Dornenreich, Portraitfoto © Caroline Traitler

Established in 1996 Dornenreich from Tyrol have continously been exploring the depths of existence artistically for the last decades. Over the years they created eight albums relying on poetic and spiritual German lyrics. These albums are ranging from avantgarde-black-metal to purely acoustic expression … read more »

Falschlunger, Klaus

Klaus Falschlunger © Sajetafestival Slovenia

Klaus Falschlunger, studied from 1991 to 1995 Indian classical music and sitar in New Delhi and Varanasi in Northern India. His musical approaches and experiences blend subtly in his compositions and combine the spirit of Indian music and the various colours of jazz … read more »

Franui

Franui (c) Julia Stix

“Franui” is the name of a mountain pasture in Innervillgraten/Austria, a small East Tyrolean village located 1,402 meters above sea level where most of the musicians grew up. The word is of Rhaeto-Romanic origin and refers to the proximity of Innervillgraten to … read more »

GODS

Gods

Where will the journey go for GODS, the elusive band and art collective based between Berlin, Germany and Cardiff, UK? The band’s self titled debut record, released earlier this year on Viennese label Wohnzimmer records, delivers a thematic blend of sex, war, … read more »

HI5

Hi5 (c) Christa Pertl

Drums, guitar, vibes and bass are enough for HI5 to casually tear down limited music genre, being playful and creative at the same time. A „jazz-band“ that spends much time rehearsing and working on elaborate arrangements, just so they can surprise the … read more »

Kerer, Manuela

Manuela Kerer, Portraitfoto © Nafez Rerhuf

Manuela Kerer is an Italian composer currently living in Innsbruck, who grew up in Südtirol with German as her mother tongue. Although she managed to accomplish completed studies in composition, psychology, law and violin, nothing grips her heart like music, so she … read more »

Kerschbaumer, Hannes

Hannes Kerschbaumer - © rol.art-images

Hannes Kerschbaumer was born in 1981 in Brixen, South-Tyrol. He studied composition with Gerd Kühr, Pierluigi Billone, Beat Furrer and Georg Friedrich Haas. His music has been performed in festivals such as the Hörfest/Graz, musikprotokoll at the steirischer herbst, Internationale Ferienkurse Darmstadt, … read more »

Mallaun, Martin

Martin Mallaun © Werner Krepper

Martin Mallaun is continually in search of new tonal and stylistic forms of expression for the zither. This quest has led him into such different areas as contemporary music, Baroque lute music, free improvisation and traditional Alpine music. In addition to cooperating … read more »

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 »