With Strange Fluid we had a good time performing at Berlin’s Magnet Club last week, as you can see, or better hear, from this little quick and dirty bootleg video compilation:
Featured songs include Gabba, Fragile, Creep Through Lies, Prove Your Knowledge and Mighty’s Face, all taken from our new Album “Freak Licensed Unit IDentity“.
Eine weitere Entdeckung aus meiner Vergangenheit. Zwölf intensive Jahre hindurch bin ich in Europa mit der ungarischen Speed Folk Band Transsylvanians unterwegs gewesen.
Ich habe die Band vor vier Jahren verlassen. Als ich jetzt meine Festplatten aufgeräumt habe fand ich die Backups unserer damaligen Webseite, die ich über die Jahre entwickelt, gepflegt und verwaltet habe. Ausserdem habe ich so ziemlich alles, was man auf dieser Seite findet gestaltet. Dieses Webarchiv zeigt den Stand der Band und der Webseite im Jahr 2008.
Another discovery of my past. For twelve intense years I have been touring Europe with the hungarian speed folk band Transsylvanians.
I left the band four years ago. When cleaning my hard drives I found the backups of our website, which I had developed, maintained and administrated over the years. Besides, nearly everything you will find on this website has been designed by me. This web archive shows the state of the band and the website when I left the band in 2008.
What a night! Music was flowing continuously from dark dubstep to straight drum’n'bass into the early morning. If you want to peek into it, have a quick look at this bootleg video taken from our show with Strange Fluid at the Supamolly.
Many thanks to all who participated and helped to make this event such a success!
“White Sculpture” is a demo video of my girlfriend’s performance we made for the World Sculpture Festival in the Netherlands later this year.
We spent some time at my friend’s place outside Berlin and filmed this video one sunny afternoon. The next day I cut the pictures first and improvised some music on them afterwards. To me Katharina in this performance looks like an alien who just landed on planet earth and wonders what’s going on here.
So it came to my mind to use a set of sounds called “Sonic Fiction” by Jeremiah Savage. Jeremiah designed these sounds for Native Instruments Kore, so while looking at the video I played on the keyboard with one hand and turned some knobs on my Kore controller with the other to get the smooth transformations in sound you hear on the video.
In order to watch the video in fullscreen mode, click the small button in the lower right corner. Click here to visit the website of Katharina Kröner.