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Review of Stringmodulator’s ‘Manifesto’ from Monolith Cocktail Blog

Dominic Valvona’s New Music Reviews Roundup A bumper roundup this month from me of eclectic tastes from across the sphere, including albums, singles, cassettes and EPs from Kammerflimmer Kollektief, Andrew Heath, Picturebox, Bokanté And Metropole Orkest, Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O., Perhaps and Stringmodulator. In brief, ‘lower-case’ minimalist composer Andrew Heath delivers […]

via Tickling Our Fancy 068: Kammerflimmer Kollektief, Picturebox, Bokanté And Metropole Orkest, Perhaps… — Monolith Cocktail Blog

News from the Conning Tower: Radio Radio

A quick round up on some of the radio appearances happening soon:

Stringmodulator on Grand Music for Tiny Souls (plus our Bearsuit friends Bunny & The Invalid Singers)

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Stringmodulator on the Comfy Show (plus our good friend Jaime Munarriz):

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t.r. hand on The Recognition Test (along with our friends Alwin van der Linde + {AN} EeL, Hans Castrup and Jaime Munarriz):

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And finally… Stringmodulator were on the mighty BCfm again today. Listen again here:

http://bcfmradio.com/intune

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News from the Conning Tower: forthcoming attractions

September 10th sees the release of three special albums, all quite different but with a common theme running through them. We have…

  • From Germany, Stringmodulator with their debut album ‘Manifesto’.
  • Reclusive krautrockers K-Elektronischer Automatisten’s new album ‘Verlorene Tonbänder Maschinengefühle’
  • English krautrock from Dynamo Snackbar with ‘A Myriad of Catalysts’

Three melodic instrumental albums that nod towards krautrock and prog, with a raft of other influences. We’ll go into detail on these albums over the next couple of weeks, but first up a quick round up of some of the coverage of Stringmodulator.

banner3_0We were delighted to get some pre-release airplay from the lovely Phil Vickery on his weekly In-Tune show on BCfm. Phil’s show is always essential listening and this was no exception. Listen again here:
https://bcfmradio.com/intune

The album also scored a fantastic review from the charming Michael Housel at his Bizarre Chats blog. Read it here:
https://bizarrechats.blogspot.com/2018/08/stringmodulators-manifesto-strikes.html

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