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This is a record released by British free improv band AMM on the experimental label/festival NEXT Festival in Bratislava, Slovakia in 2019.Contains 2018 live recordings they performed at NEXT Festival in 3. It is a 180g weight disc. *Please feel free to contact us if you would like digital sound sources Click here to see more NEXT Festival Records releases available...
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This is a live recording cassette released by Palmovka, an experimental techno artist from Prague, Czech Republic, from the experimental label/festival NEXT Festival in Bratislava, Slovakia in June 2022.Contains approximately 6 minutes of floor stand-up collage techno. *If you would like digital sound sources, please feel free to contact us. Click here to see more NEXT Festival Records releases available at...
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This is a co-produced cassette released by two experimental turntablists, ErikM from France and DJ Sniff from Japan, on the experimental label/festival NEXT Festival in Bratislava, Slovakia in May 2. This is an impromptu live recording performed by two people at NEXT Festival in 2023. *Please feel free to contact us if you would like digital sound sources Click here to see more NEXT Festival Records releases...
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Swedish saxophonist Mats Gustafsson and experimental musician Christof Kurzmann released a collaborative record in June 2022 from the experimental label/festival NEXT Festival in Bratislava, Slovakia. Includes 6 live recordings performed at the label's festival in 2020. Comes with DL code.Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more NEXT Festival Records releases available...
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This is the latest work released by the Belgian genius Laurent Gérard aka Èlg, who has also announced many under the name of Opéra Mort, from the experimental label / festival NEXT Festival in Bratislava, Slovakia in April 2022.Includes two collage and post-punk songs played at this festival.It's addictive. DL code included.Click here to see more NEXT Festival Records ...
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This is a record released by Slovak grind jazz band Shibuya Motors on the country's experimental label / festival NEXT Festival in 2019.Includes 10 grind jazz songs that look like a lancer that runs all the way without looking back. DL code included.Click here to see more NEXT Festival Records releases available at ...
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A CD released by the free improvisation band Stavros Papadopulos on the experimental label / festival NEXT Festival in Bratislava, Slovakia in 2019.This is a live recording played on this label.Digipak, shrink specifications.Click here to see more NEXT Festival Records releases available at ...
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This is a record released by Slovak saxophonist/composer Miroslav Toth on Bratislava's experimental label/festival NEXT Festival in July 2023.Contains seven songs in collaboration with the Dystopic Requiem Quartet, a quartet for two violins, viola, and cello.This is a silver splatter disc.Booklet included. *Please feel free to contact us if you would like a digital sound source Click here to see more NEXT Festival Records...
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This is a co-written CD by British experimental musicians David Toop and Avsluta, released in September 2023 from the experimental label/festival NEXT Festival in Bratislava, Slovakia. This is a live recording performed by two people at the experimental box Cafe OTO in London.Below is an explanation by the label. David Toop and Avsluta are friends, collaborators, and sometimes performers in different zodiac signs. Recorded live at the 9 NEXT Festival at Cafe OTO, it was their first performance together since their hiatus due to the pandemic, and offers a glimpse into their mystical practice of object-oriented improvisation and sonic dialogue. can. In a blog post in late November 2, David Toop recalled how he used his collection of egg flutes, a gift from Ecka Mordecai, in several of his concerts at the time.In particular, he highlights his performance with Avsluta and the use of the egg flute in it: ``While playing the egg flute as a flute, I also used it as a resonance chamber to amplify the sound coming from the bone conduction speaker. ” This modest description highlights the attentiveness and intention, as well as the playfulness and curiosity, that characterize the duo's relationship with objects as they improvise. Haunted Tape...
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