SOUND ROOM LXXXIII
Satanoid is an improv solo project for experimental speedcore/flashcore/ noise that is performed live on a modular synth. There is no set tempo or structure as they are improvised on the spot, things keep shifting and morphing on their own time from psychedelic rhythms into more and more weirder ideas. Sounds range from cosmic zappy oscillators and squeeling feedback to intricate blips and blops, sometimes completely drowned in delay and reverb.
New Release: https://catharticnoize.bandcamp.com/album/ikikato
Older Release: https://archive.org/details/ntt085
Notstandskomitee is an audio-visual IDM project by the German artist Malte Steiner. It started in 1991 as a side-project to the Industrial outfit Das Kombinat and has developed to one of Steiner's more extensive musical projects. For Notstandskomitee, Steiner has developed an unique style of IDM working with different kinds of electronics, used in a variety of combinations to create his own unique rhythmic sound, where the source-material goes from analog via digital to software-based systems. Notstandskomitee has played concerts world wide and made releases on cassette, CD, vinyl as well as online.
Live at Fraction Bruit, Berlin. May 27. 2017:
First official video from The Golden Times, the track “Exhaust”:
Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen is a Danish, Berlin-based artist and researcher, who works primarily with performance art, sound and open technology. Madsen’s sound work evolves around an investigation of the body in relation to space and acoustics/resonance. Her projects range from minimal and conceptual sound installations to intense noise performances. Besides her solo work, Madsen is half of the noise duo TMS and the live-coding project codepage (both in collaboration with Malte Steiner).
Varða # I, live at Noiseberg, Berlin (DE):