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Vinyl Terror & Horror (DE) | Multiple deconstructed turntables and cut-up records

Vinyl Terror & Horror is a collaboration between Camilla Sørensen and Greta Christensen. "Our approach to music starts from a visual and sculptural practice. Turntable deconstruction and rearrangement of the vinyl media in all imaginative ways is an essential part of our music. We are working in the field of cinematic soundscapes with a high tolerance level of possible hi- fi disasters. Sentimental heartbreaking sequences where the opera singer is looping and the birds are singing backwards... until the breakdown of needles and chaos is taking over. Cut up and mistreated records looping and creaking from dust and sloppy treatment. Pick-up`s being pushed disrespectfully over grooves. records spinning backwards and forwards while played from multible pick-ups simultaniously. Meanwhile the lady in stilletoes just keep on walking down the stairs. Repetitive arrangements, dark sounds, neck breaking mixes, film-amateur sound effects,scratches, quieks, vinyls, terror and horror."


Hans Tammen (US) | Guitar-Controlled Live Sound Processing

Hans Tammen will perform "I hate Zero Crossings", a work that exhibits nonlinear feedback strategies to occasional create chaotic sonic behaviors. This feedback loop can go on for a while, and the performer occasionally interferes with the balance of power to give it a new direction, until at the end, as usual, that balance gets out of control. Current projects sometimes use sound input from other players to be processed, but the live sound processing is still controlled by guitar sounds.


Andrea Belfi (IT) | nord modular synthesizer, electroharmonix 2880 four tracks looper

ANDREA BELFI presents "Qualcosa di simile al nero" (New Release at Audition Records). In italian means "something close to black". It is a two part improvisation/compositon. Those two pieces electronic flux, with elements of old "music concrete" and song oriented drones and beats.


Derek Shirley (CA) | "bau des kabinets" (for solo Kontrabass)

Derek Shirley, multi-instrumentalist (Kontrabass, cello, drums, electronics) based in Berlin. Active in the improvised/experimental music scene, focusing on low frequency minimalism in both improvised and composed realms. Performs actively with such groups as Monno, Vladislav Delay Quartet, Hotelgäste, MEK, obliq, coal oven, ruby3 and unununium. And in various collaborations with such musicians as: Sven Ake Johansson, Chris Abrahams, Steve Heather, Anat Cohavi, Tobias Delius, Antoine Chessex, Lucio Capece, Mika Vanio, Michael Thieke, Robin Hayward, Justin Haynes, Dave Bennett, Allesandro Bossetti, Tony Buck.

Derek Shirley on Audition: [ar064] MONNO | Live Archives 2000-2005


Hilary Jeffery (UK) | Trombone

Music has been Hilary’s main activity since 1990 which started with a journey to the Sahara Desert, accompanied by a trombone. This journey and the sense of silent-space experienced there has been a continuous influence on his work ever since. Hilary’s work in music has included recording and playing live with many musicians and groups including (in roughly reverse chronological order): Zeitkratzer, Catherine Christer Hennix, Franz Hautzingers Third Eye, Splitter Orchester, Lysn, Jimi Tenor, High Birds, Kreepa, Black Galaxy, The Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation, Paul Dunmall Quartet and Octet, Moksha Big Band, The Barton Workshop, Apa Ini, Keith Tippett’s Tapestry, Band of Holy Joy, Sand, Earthling, Hugh Davies and Germ.


Ansgar Wilken (DE) | Cello & pedal

"This cello programme especially developed for 'Salon Bruit', works with the instrument as sound box, with the potential of its inner space, with the tonal multitude of feedbacks and also with the underlying danger of uncontrolled outbursts. The cello as an instrument is not only connected with a clearly defined musical genre but beyond that, with a clearly defined expectation towards its sound - but it can do differently. Unpredictability is not turned into a principle but welcome - tonal physicality doesn't need a dominating instrumentalist. All that counts in the end - the outcome - at its best: consequence."


Els Vandeweyer (BE) | Vibraphone

Els Vandeweyer is a Belgian vibraphonist & composer currently living in Berlin. In Portugal she co-founded the IMI Kollektief quintet. In Oslo she worked with Ingebrigt Haaker Flaten and Paal Nilssen-Love. In Chicago performing by invitation with Ken Vandermark among many others.

With her new repertory of compositions, combined with improvisations, Els can bring you in a remarkable sound world, far removed from that associated with a vibraphone. The result is rather flowing and energetic than abstract.

"Unafraid of tradition... Vandeweyer's vibes evoking the experimental zeal of the more adventurous 1960's Prestige and Blue Note sessions." – All About Jazz.


Jürg Bariletti (CH) | Acoustic-lab.-top-mobile

The swiss pianist and sound artist Jürg Bariletti is concerned with self-made electro-acoustic instruments, which now include his new sculpture designed "acoustic-lab.-top-mobile".

This battery-operated with lighting provided, sets the sound sculpture on a specially modified workbike mounted, self-powered and ecological synthesis of the arts and forms. The mobile is in Berlin and occur on roads, parks, galleries, bars, movie theaters and smaller venues in action...


Hannes Lingens (DE) | Drums

"Hannes Lingens is an improvisor/composer on drums and accordion. Born in Hamburg in 1980, he studied drums with Michael Griener and Guenter Baby Sommer in Dresden before moving to Berlin in 2006. His interest in various forms of exploratory music gave him the opportunity to work with such diverse artists as Tetuzi Akiyama, Sven-Åke Johansson, Christof Kurzmann, Olaf Rupp and Matthias Schubert. Ongoing collaborations include the groups OBLIQ, Hop Frog, Schulbus, as well as a duo with Pierre Borel (sax). In 2009 he co-founded the collective Umlaut Berlin which curates an annual Festival for contemporary and experimental music and is part of the international label and network Umlaut Records."




Michelle Yom (US) Amplified flutes(bass/c/picc)
Best Before Unu (GR) Electronics & Realtime Animation
Anaïs Tuerlinckx (BE) broken piano
Dafna Naphtali (US) Max/MSP programming for sound processing of voice






Anthea Caddy (AU) | RAM.09 | Cello
Gilles Aubry (CH) | RAM.08 | field recordings & live processing
Liz Allbee (US) | RAM.07 | trumpet
Zeger Vandenbussche (BE) | RAM.04 | Saxophone