Début release by Icelandic cellist Hildur Gunnadottir originally from 2006, recorded under the moniker 'Lost in Hildurness'. Exciting, tranquil, and melancholic stuff which at times makes you think of a lost place and times gone by. A perfect soundtrack to get lost in a forest at night.
Matthew Herbert, Space Dimension Controller, Cluster
Arguably Europe's most influential festival for electronic music, Barcelona's Sónar has been showcasing the latest and greatest in techno, electronica, and beyond for well over 10 years now. For the first time in its history, Sónar will take place in two more...
On his fourth release for Touch, pioneer of the drone sound, Phil Niblock, has produced three large scale compositions, based entirely around the use of stringed instruments. 'Touch Strings' brings out distinct overtones and subtle harmonics in an unravelling tapestry of sound.
Austrian three-piece Elektro Guzzi is currently one of the hottest new acts to watch out for. Their self-titled debut album has just been released on Stefan Goldmann's renowned Macro Recordings label and proves a simple rule: It only takes an original concept more...
Icelandic cellist Hildur Gudnadottir records compositions of fragile and emotional clarity and her album 'Without Sinking', off which this track is taken, has been one of our neo-classical favourites last year.
Icelandic classical trained cellist and composer Hildur Gudnadottir shows her enormous talent and wonderful approach to music on her second solo album on Touch records. The LP consists of 10 moving pieces that provokes a deep and intense listening experience. One of the most beautiful albums of 2009!
Official CTM.10 Compilation
Between January 15 and February 7, 2010, De:Bug and zero" have proudly presented Club Transmediale's official audio compilation as a free download.
In case you have missed it, we invite you to check out the compilation's individual tracks below, which are still more...