Duo Dinovski-Schuberth

Dinovski-Schuberth, Bandfoto des Duos mit Akkordeon © Tijana Dinovski

The music of the accordion duo Dinovski-Schuberth is all about provocation and improvisation. The two young accordionists from Upper Austria (Paul Schuberth) and Macedonia (Atanas Dinovski) like to indulge in their mutual passion for Balkan music, Scottish and Irish sounds, jazz and … read more »

Flut

Flut © Seayou Records

It all started out with a portable VHS camera, that FLUT heavily fell in love with. Inspired by its crude and dirty 80s aesthetic, they paved the way from modern synth minimalism to tremendous stadium rock. But not only in their music, … read more »

folkshilfe

Folkshilfe (c) Pertramer

FOLKSHILFE have long since ceased to be an insider tip in the German-speaking music scene. Since their Ö3 hits “Mir laungts” and “Hey Du”, their unmistakable style has become known in the most remote corners of Austria. Their successful run was highlighted … read more »

Fuckhead

Fuckhead

In 2013 one of the most important musical institutions of the domestic underground celebrated its 25th anniversary. The Upper Austrian formation Fuckhead whose provocative-actionistic approach often polarizes and divides opinions, has long been recognized beyond Austrian borders as a pioneer of the … 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 »

Gerald Resch

Foto: www.georglembergh.com

Gerald Resch studied composition with Michael Jarrell, as well as musicology, philosophy and art history at the university in Vienna. Study visits in Cologne, Berlin, Paris and Rome encouraged his musical poetics, which integrate diverse influences from non-musical disciplines (architecture, geology, linguistics, … read more »

Gerard

Gerard (c) Katrin Schmirler

Hip Hop gave GERARD his confidence. For him, this culture is an expression of the idea that anything is possible if you want it, and that musical rules and borders were made to be broken. He still follows the rap scene that … read more »

Jakob Steinkellner

Jakob Steinkellner by Katrin Wieser

Jakob Steinkellner is an accordionist, styrian harmonica player, composer and unconventional artist. Within his concerts all over the globe, he puts his instruments, above all, the diatonic harmonica, in an unusually concert light. Especially in his experimental compositions, the artist uses unmistakable, … read more »

Johannes Berauer

Johannes Berauer, Portraitfoto © Frank G. Brody

Johannes Berauer – a former student of Jazz legend Bob Brookmeyer – studied composition and Jazz piano at the New England Conservatory and Berklee College in Boston, as well as the Anton Bruckner Private University in Linz. Johannes Berauer effortlessly navigates around … read more »

Kvin

KVIN © privat

The Viennese quintet KVIN knows how to use the musically unpredictable in a suspenseful and incredibly artistic way. Philipp Kienberger (double bass), Raphael Kasprian (violin), Emily Stewart (viola), Cornelia Perwein (cello) and Tatjana Wurzer (piano) take a refreshing break from the familiar. … read more »