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Rentip – Digital Sound Processing
::.: – DSP, overtone flute , bells & stones, voices, harmonica

Poo is an audio platform established back in 1998 by ::.: and RENTIP. In 2005 we released the full length album “Fluorescent” on independent Prague-based label 11fingers records. From beginning to the present, we have also released few EPs, one remix EP, and many tracks as part of several compilations. Currently we are working on our second album.

Poo has played numerous live shows around Europe (Dutch Electronics Art Festival, Mego meets Wien Modern) and have participated in a few side projects and collaborations, as well as producing music for multi-media and art projects such as theater, film and sound installations.

Throughout the years our focus and interest has been in the exploration of all possible soundforms, and their effects on one’s perception and experience of reality.

“Poo emerged between harsh concrete habitats of Slovakian capital city – Bratislava. Formed by the musicians Rentip and ::.:. Poo’s unique sound is a combination of opposite principles given by its members: microsounds against organic and slowly developing surfaces, fine and subtle elements in opposition to ear-provoking frequencies, meditative atmosphere in a live act with fast moving noise.”
(Duch Electronic Art Festival)

Poo (2010) live rec, visuals by Zden

-> Poo website
-> Poo live @ Expozice nove hudby festival, Brno, 2007 / video
-> Poo at Last.fm
-> Poo at Myspace.com
-> Upcoming performances of Poo

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jamka


Monika Subrtova & Daniel Kordik

Jamka is an electronic music project set up by Monika Subrtova and Daniel Kordik, who first met as philosophy students in Slovakia. After playing in various hardcore and punk bands, Kordik had gradually become more interested in the idea of making musicwith electronic devices, and when Subrtova began to share his enthusiasm for synthetic sounds and misleading compositions, they decided to explore this territory together.
Jamka played their first gig in autumn 2001 at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava. Using a sequencer and a sampler, they generated raw-sounding rhythms and structures. In the same year, together with RBNX and Urbanfailure, they released their first common CDr/tape, Urb Sound Systems, and founded the Slovakian Urbsounds Collective.
Jamka now reside in London, where they have established themselves as part of the local experimental scene. Using synthesizers, sequencers, samplers and various FX boxes, they touch on the darker side of techno, industrial and noise music, approaching it in their own uncompromising way. Their music is a whirlwind of colliding rhythms and fractured structures, punctuated throughout with hard-hitting sounds.





-> Website
-> Last.fm
-> Myspace
-> Upcoming performances

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Aschenblond / Don Mirwald

CzechoSlovak experimental “noise positive” band Jack Jack present their own approach to a specific type of experimantal music called “no-input music”. Their music is created only with the use of mixing boards and cables and it shows the decadent beauty of the digital echo. Noise, drone, bangs and beats hidden in the machine show that this minimalistic approach results in unexpectedly rich sound scapes.

Wakushoppu 2.5 – Jack Jack from Wakushoppu








-> Facebook
-> Bandcamp
-> Bumbumsatori Booking
-> Upcoming performances

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Frutti di mare was an experimental audiovisual group which utilized different concepts of playing from 2007 to 2012. Production of this group dealt with interaction between text, voice, instrumental part and real-time visual projection. Visuals and live performance of the musicians formed an interactive experience. Every edition of the FDM project follows different phenomenon. Combinations of musicians also changed from one FDM project to another. Performers from FDM are members of contemporary improvised music scene – mainly from Slovakia, but later also from other Central European countries.

The author of FDM concept and artistic leader was composer and improviser Miro Tóth.

All Videos: Web

Frutti di Mare 8. & Juro Šlauka: Odin´s Eye – Elektroman, sermon no. 1

6.12.2008 20:00
Filmový klub 35mm, VŠMU, Bratislava



Elektroman (Rotvík): Maťo Tóth
Margita a Lajo: Margita Kovačičová a Lajo Kovačič

Frutti di Mare 8.:

Monika Šubrtová (Jamka) – synt. a rytm.
Daniel Kordík (Jamka) – sample a rytm.
Michal Lichý (Urbanfailure) – lo-fi rythms & structures
Tobiáš Potočný (RBNX) – mäkkučký noise
Lukáš Sigmund (Morda) – electronic attack
Slávo Krekovič – synth., elektronics
Marek Chmiel – projection
Juro Šlauka – script and film director
Miro Tóth – conductor / camera

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Other band members:

Katarína Gatialová – vocal (FDM2);
Lucia Chuťková – vocal, elect. (FDM 3,4,5,6);
Ela Jedzok – visuals (FDM 2,3);
Martina Kedrová (FDM 6);
Barbora Šedivá – vocal (FDM 2);
Barbara Tóthová – declamation (FDM 2);
Silvia Suchánková (FDM 2,6);
Rút Veselová – vocal (FDM 2,4,5);
Zuzana Zaujecová – vocal (FDM 2);
Marek Chmiel – visuals (FDM 1,2,3,4,5,6,7);
Marek Piaček – flute (FDM 2,3,4,5);
George Bagdasarov – electr. (FDM 4);
Dalibor Kocián (FDM 1,2,3,4,5);
Robo Kolář – trumpet, picolo trumpet (FDM 1,2,3,4);
Martin Krížik (FDM 7);
Alexander Platzner – bassclarinet, tenor sax., alto sax. (FDM 1,2,3,4,5,7);
Vlado Máčaj – double bass, el. bass (FDM 1,2,3,4,5,7);
Ján Oriško – drums (FDM 1,2,3,4,5,7);
Jožko Gorel – percussions, udu drum, kongas (FDM 2,3,4,5,7);
Adam Matej (FDM 7);
Slávo Krekovič – el. guitar, synth, keyb., sampler (FDM 1,3,4,5,8);
Jonatán Pastirčák (Pjoni) – electr. (FDM 1,2,3);
Oliver Rehák – electr. (FDM 1,2,3,4);
Dskg – electr. (FDM 2);
Ladislav Mirvald: el. guitar (FDM 4);
Ernest Kolár – tuba (FDM 2);
Martin Madro – percussions (FDM 2),
Miro Tóth – author of concept, conductor, alt. and sopran saxophone (FDM 1,2,3,4,5,6,7)





-> Website
-> Myspace
-> Upcoming performances

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dskg (DeStereoklang) is a solo electronic music project of Michal Valent. Minimal noise, power electronics, loops, crashed rythms and a quite oppressive atmosphere. This is a soundtrack to the grey suburban concrete architecture. His debut album Fairplex was released on Construct.Destroy.Collective.


Michal Valent, Yamaha RM1X, Gemini manual belt turntable 120, Gemini mixer, Ibanez DSC10, Ibanez WF10, cassette players and walkmans…




-> Website
-> Myspace
-> Upcoming performances

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