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Judith Unterpertinger

Judith Unterpertinger (c) Natália Zajaciková

JUDITH UNTERPERTINGER lives by the personal and artistic motto “I don’t have to do anything.” Consequently, she does not have to adapt to any mainstream – and it is definitely working for her. In her uncompromising investigations of mechanical, emotional and urban … read more »

Klaus Falschlunger

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 »

Little Element

Little Element (c) Lisa Minuzzo

After the “Water’’ EP release of summer 2017, the Austrian musician and producer LITTLE ELEMENT is conquering hearts with her positive energetic debut album“ Fire ’’, a journey between folktronic, indierock and dreampop merges with far eastern and latin American features. Despite a … read more »

Low Potion

Low Potion (c) Ben Raneburger

The Tyrolean duo LOW POTION, consisting of Anna Widauer (vocals & percussions) and Chris Norz (beats, keyboard & percussions), presents multifaceted music, that is based on the “lowlights” of life. Their debut-release “Silk Blue” offers musical refinement and sonic adventures while escaping … 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 »

Manuela Kerer

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 »

Martin Mallaun

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 »


Molly (c) Niko Havranek

Listening to the songs from this Tyrolean band is almost like being on an endless journey through a cloud filled dreamscape. MOLLY is comprised of two young musicians, Lars Andersson (vocals, guitar) and Phillip Dornauer (drums, sass, synthesizer). It is clear from … read more »

Mother’s Cake

Helping rock with progressive elements find new fields of expression might be one the the musical goals of the Tyrolean band Mother’s Cake. With their debut album “Creations Finest” (Gab Music 2012), they managed to draw first attention to themselves. But it … read more »

Vier halbiert

Vierhalbiert © Julia Wesely

The musicians behind Vier Halbiert follow the mission of putting old and new music into a sustainable dialog. Originating from the quartet’s unusual combination of a violin, baroque violin, cello, and baroque cello, a comparison is attempted which encourages the exposure of … read more »