Finest Ego | Faces 12″ Series Vol. 4

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« Originally hailing from Krasnodar, Russia and Bielefeld, Germany, one was inspired by naive childhood memories of imaginative creatures seen floating in the nighttime sky, while the other looks into an uncertain future that holds the anxiety of a fresh start but also the ever present risk of failure. The artwork takes these motifs and implements them in a vision of technological enhancements of human capacities and evolvement, forming a futuristic symbiosis that enables for synaesthetic senses heightened to an subatomic degree. But it is unsure, however, if these augmentations can actually expand our human experience or rather amplify our solitary existence and emotional void while traveling across fantastic worlds and the universal vacuum filling the space between.

Krasnodar, Russia: In the midst of grey soviet housing projects, a young boy enjoys playing and improvising his first little melodies on his parents piano. Always being inspired by the nature nearby the city – memories of peaceful springtime swimming sessions in the Black Sea come to mind – Lomovolokno grows up fascinated by machinery like samplers and the rapidly increasing possibilities of modern computers. Delving deeply into twisting melodies, building sounds and crossing notes leads his way to first field recordings resulting in an influx of elements ranging from waves of the sea, the wind, sand, crackling noises, banging and rustling becoming a part of his sound.

Sieren is the maiden name of Matthias Frick’s mother and also his current alias under which he started to release his first free tracks in 2011. Rumor has it that he has a dark secret history of producing experimental techno, albeit his love for UK influenced bass music existed for more than one handful of years. It was not until recently that he began to make the most of his love for field recording and experimental soundscaping and is now throwing his full force into music, while simultaneously finishing a university degree in computer science and design before moving from small town to métropole to follow a new set of challenges and advance to the next stage of his life. »

Finest Ego – German / Austrian / Swiss Compilation

 

Finest Ego | German / Austrian / Swiss Compilation Cover Art

A while has passed since our last compilation has been released but just in time for the 2011 holiday season Project: Mooncircle and Finest Ego bring you the already fifth edition of our acclaimed compilation series. Shifting focus towards central Europe, we find the three countries Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Sharing lots of their historical and cultural heritage, this copious collection contains work from producers of a wide range of musical manifestations – all located in the spectrum between traditional sample-based and organic sound to electronic and experimental compositions. Grown up in the nineties with the organic sounds from across the big pond and a long tradition of electronic music in the German speaking world, this compilation showcases the fusion of electronic and classical soulful organic elements in the beat scene. The sound is as diverse as the country and its people, from Spaetzle to Klopse and from HipHop to Techno, on this compilation you can find Boombap from the likes of Brenk & Suff Daddy but also electronic sounds from the likes of Robot Koch and Bit Tuner as well as atmospheric sonical waves from Glenn Astro and Anthony Drawn.
The influences vary from Jazz records, video games, Hip Hop, Drum ‘n’ Bass and Techno. But are there two different camps clashing here? Retro vs future, mountain village vs urban center, winter vs summer…

The compilation includes acts like Chief, Brenk, Dexter, Mono:Massive, Hulk Hodn, Captain Crook, Stroe, Hubert Daviz, Comfort Fit, Robot Koch, Jazzo & Melodiesinfonie, Quendolin Fender, Ju-Ar, Twit One, Suff Daddy, Figub Brazlevic, Szenario, Portformat, Flowtec, D-Fekt & Mr. Beef, Bit-Tuner, Feux, Kalifornia Kurt, B-Ju, Playpad Circus, Flex Fab, Ill-Luzion, Anthony Drawn, Hazeem, Minor Sick, XL The Red One, Glenn Astro, Frederic Robinson, and Willy Sunshine.

 

 

1st June 2011 // Exodos Online movie screening on Fyutchaflex TV

FYUTCHAFLEX TV : Fyutchaflex Records, a polymorphic and multimedia Future Garage Label’s new webTV project

« FYUTCHAFLEX TV is an online TV channel focusing on old school and contemporary UK Garage. Interviews, tutorials, music videos and much more. We occasionally hold screenings to showcase movies from the best independent filmmakers. »

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EXODOS : Retsina-Film independent movie – produced in cooperation with Sender Freies Neukölln (2011 Germany), nominated for the Barcelona Creative Commons Film Festival

« Exodos tells the story of Boris Eichenbaum and a handful of people looking for answers and « exit doors » – it is the story of people who had enough of the current social and economic context. »

Full informations and credits about the movie : http://www.exodos.cc/

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EXODOS ONLINE SCREENING

Presented on Fyutchaflex tv with the kind permission of Retsina-Film Berlin-Neukoelln.

Date: 1st of June 2011
Time: from 10:00pm, Tokyo-Osaka-Hokkaido time.
Price: FREE. However, if you liked the movie, I encourage you to give a donation (any amount will do) to the producers so they can keep making more movies.


BUNCHOVLINKS

FYUTCHAFLEX BLOG : www.fyutchaflex.blogspot.com.

FYUTCHAFLEX TV : http://fyutchaflex.ca/Fyutchaflextv/Fyutchaflexplayer.html

EXODOS MOVIE : http://www.exodos.cc/

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