Great-sounding punk-rap duo of Martha de Barros & Goya van der Heyden experimenting, a vibe of NYC No Wave, and of raw early hip-hop.
An Englishman in Rotterdam, Tes Damen made no less than 2 debut albums now on one cassette. Eccentric songs, repeating guitar riffs as mantras, skewed drumming,..(read more)
A duo collaboration of these two veterans of improvisation, noise and sound art in the Netherlands was bound to happen sometime! Nice to see that Prins, who sta..(read more)
Duo of José Guerrero and Pablo Peiró. With old analog synthesizers, drum machines, electric basses, filters and effects pedals they cook up a psychedelic trip..(read more)
Zea (Arnold de Boer) always succeeded wonderfully well in converging electronic lines with electric guitar.
Legendary album from 1993, with riso-printed booklet and cover by Knust/Extrapool. Never again was there a band like this!
Sure ‘Nuff ‘n Yes We Do is a collection of four dirty, experimental noise rock tunes that should have a warning sticker stuck to them saying: “Warning! On..(read more)
This Redrum Recordz copilation CD offers a wide range in all kind of alternative dark, haunted and pychedelic string n’ bass and trip hop stuff.
The Lost Robots are: Mark Braby-Vocals, Drums, Guitar Andy Coules-Bass, Guitar Clive Pearman-Guitar, Banjo Richard Sanderson-Vocals, Organ and playing Experimen..(read more)
All tracks have been composed and performed by Frederick Galiay on bass & Edward Perraud on drums, between 2005 & 2007, with guest Daniel Erdmann on T..(read more)