Category Archives: Kraut

Various Vegetables Radio #65 | Digital Natures

The golden era of New Age Music is long gone and there for New New Age is the new New Age. Let good ol‘ grumpy Mr Octobird be your spiritual leader on this journey through the cosmos of digital psychedelic, droney soundcsapes and let him read your future from a plastic crystal ball.


TRACKLIST

1 Joanna Brouk – Playing In The Water [Numero Group]
2 Iasos – Formentera Sunset Clouds [EM Records]
3 Gigi Masin – Music For Chameleons [Music From Memory]
4 Bill Nelson – Glass Fish (For The Final Aquarium) [Cocteau Discs]
5 Michal Turtle – Rainwater Fijt [Music From Memory]
6 Cinema – Sem Teto [Music From Memory]
7 Andréa Daltro – Kiuá [Music From Memory]
8 E Ruscha V – Endless Sunday [Beats In Space Records]
9 Simon Hold – Maqam Bruxelloise [Vlek]
10 Pep Llopis – Jardins Aquatics [Freedom To Spend]
11 Gianni Gebbia / Tiziano Popoli / Massimo Simonini – Insufflatio [I Dischi Di Angelica]
12 Kara-Lis Coverdale – Ad_Renaline [Sacred Phrases]
13 Michele Mercure – Dream Clock [Freedom To Spend]
14 Palta – Tabt Optagelse [Melody As Truth]
15 Visible Cloaks – Mask [Rvng Intl.]
16 Tim Hecker – Music Of The Air [4AD]
17 Jon Hassell – Dreaming [Ndeya]
18 Robert Lippok – All Objects Are Moving [Raster]
19 Lowcommittee – Salon [Vlek]
20 Grand River – Secondaria [Spazio Disponibile]
21 Potter Natalizia Zen – Articulated [Ecstatic]
22 Oneohtrix Point Never – Sleep Dealer
23 Gifted and Blessed – Presence [Leaving Records]
24 Michael C Sharp – Blublocker [HoloDeck]
25 Global Communication – 14 31 [Dedicated]

Bham Bahm #3

Widescope and Various Vegetables Present the third edition of Bham Bahm. This time with a wild mix of grinding guitars, shimmering oscillators and droning modules. We gonna play out the whole variety of Experimental Rock, Trash Punk Clash and Electronics.

Starts 20.00PM at the Secret RAUXX HAUXX | Schwester Martha Bethaniendamm
If you want to know more about our secret space contact us via healthcare@various-vegetables.org

DJ KEN MUTANT
Ken started his musical journey in 1981. Since 1991 he has been in Berlin, making music, collages, silk screen prints and also organinsing art and music events. Since 2012 he has been engaged with the Wide Scope Collective, where he lends his vocal talents to to several Wide Scope projects.

GIFT!
"Born from the ashes of the former St.Genet, GIFT!, is a one man noise project based on guitar, pedals, and loops. GIFT! is part of the A++ BerlinMusiCooperation."

ETALON ZERO

RUDOLF

HUNLLEF
(welsh for nightmare) are currently making sounds with analogue modular machines. The project was born in a Berlin basement and originally consisted of 4 members, all of which are associated with Valley Sound Records.

DJ OCTOBIRD

OUR VJS: VJ CHUU | VAV | Felicia Bergström

 


Musik der Sterne Vol 1 | Tape Compilation

"We are part of the universe and music is the code..."

This quote from Vangelis adorns the inlay of the tape compilation from Berlin-based tape label Per Musica Ad Astra. After a couple of vinyl releases and regular broadcasts on Intergalactic.FM they took the opportunity on their first compilation to run free on their obvious fondness for so-called Kosmische Musik . Restrained driving beats nestle in soaring pad sounds on their journey trough space to maintain a very homogeneous travel speed over the course to all eight representative planets (or artists as some may say). 

Well done Captain!

And not to forget, our man Vlight Attendend Vertical67 was also part of the crew.

Premium Bananen from Zanderhythm

Z12(V)-028-Premium Bananen--1x1/Ufirst
From Karlshorst to Marzahn gentrified Banan´'!

1x1 recorded in Luca's Studio (Karlshorst).
Recorded and mixed by Luca Andriola .
Ufirst recorded in Fz16-112 by Max .
Luca : Synth , Guitar ,Drums , Voice
Max : Synth , Drums , Bass

Patrick Vian | Bruits Et Temps Analogues

When I first became aware of Patrick Vian's album
Bruits Et Temps Analogues by it's release on Staubgold Records, I was not aware that this was a 1976 reissue because
Vian's expeditions to the soundscapes of jazz, fusion, electronica are s
o timeless and cross-genre.

In each of his titles, he builds up picturesque arrangements with the help of analog synthesizers, field recordings, percussion and all sorts of exotic instruments which never quite engage in classical song or instrumental structures, but always wavering towards an unique idea. Here and there it gets quite funky and you wait for the drums to go on the one, but Vian refuses the easy way, creating unique timeless sound paintings.

So, if you haven't been travelling in a while, that's the perfect Album to do so.