“Germany” (Used 29 times)
katya-oddio on 10/18/2016 at 12:05PM
For your listening pleasure, three predominantly instrumental albums are now part of the enormous Free Music Archive catalog.
Various Artists (Eklektik Ensemble, Punkt, and Lutosławski Quartet) - Punkt Eklektik Session 1
Formal Class: Varied Classes
Classifications: Varied Genres; Downtempo; Progressive Art; Contemporary Composition
Nationality: Europe East: Poland: Warsaw
Olga Scotland (Ольга Шотландия) - Iron Flowers From Sirius
Formal Class: Art: Progressive
Classifications: Electronic; Flute; Contemporary Composition; Progressive Art; Experimental; Beats Trad; Ambient; Soundtrack; Score
Nationality: Europe East: Russia: Moscow
Hermelin - Hermelin (self-titled album)
Formal Class: Popular
Classifications: Rock; Post-Rock; Progressive Rock; Electric Guitar
Nationality: Europe West: Germany: Hannover
cheyenne_h on 05/28/2015 at 10:00AM
WFMU and the Free Music Archive are proud to bring you a fresh episode of Radio Free Culture, a bi-weekly podcast exploring issues at the intersection of digital culture and the arts.
In this episode, Cheyenne Hohman, RFC host and current Director of the FMA, spoke to Meik Michalke, one of the organizers of the Open Music Contest, a Creative-Commons fueled music contest that culminates in a concert, rather than the other way around. They're currently getting the word out about the contest and raising funds to bring international acts to their stage later in 2015.
LCL on 10/02/2014 at 07:20AM
Steinregen Dubsystem combines traditional instruments with digital & analog effects and instruments. This live-recording was made at the Fusion Festival in Germany on the 28th & 29th of June 2014 at the Rootsbase & Dubstation stages and edited, mixed and mastered at the "Studio Einz" in Lahr, Germany. The concept of the live-setup is, that every sound source can be affected by several people in a digital or analog way, to achieve the possibility to improvise with the material that is played.
NetMusic_Life on 01/21/2013 at 04:11PM
"A small masterpiece full of feeling and spirituality..."
Complete review on NetMusic Life.
dvd on 06/07/2012 at 12:00PM
Today we're featuring a track from Andi Rohden (aka Gillicuddy) off his new album ...Plays Guitar, recently released by Moscow's Clinical Archives. Clocking in at 15 minutes, the album breezes through seven instrumental guitar pieces, all of which echo sincerity through their simple melodies and finger-picking. Gillicuddy has been releasing Creative Commons music online for quite some time now, so be sure to check his various online destinations below for more. Grab a cup of tea and enjoy "A Garden and A Library".