Sound Arkive’s editor rkit (aka Laughing Vixen) has put together a radio show which will be broadcast this thursday from 3pm CET on Stockholm Syndrome Radio. In the focus: Icelandic music. Tune in at http://soundkitchen.hu/radio/stockholm-syndrome-radio/ this Thursday, 3pm CET.
This will be the first and hopefully not the last radio show you can hear from Sound Arkive but we’ll see about that in the long run.
(the radio people said they had to change some songs because they could not find them or they didn’t really fit the show as there would’ve been too much Icelandic music… here on the blog you’ll get the original tracklist along with the actual one)
Hungarian-German ‘organic trance project’ Airtist have released their first music video which was shot at
Airtist performing live
Sziget Festival 2011 where Airtist headlined the Reggae Stage.
Airtist’s name is based on the instruments the members (Áron Szilágyi, Döme and Markus Meurer) play, namely the jew’s harp, beatbox and the didgeridoo, respectively – and the fact that these ancient gizmos essentially need two things to work: the people playing – or doing – them and air. (Hence the name.)
Airtist have been around for quite some time, having released one album so far titled ‘Wireless’ on Aural Records back in 2008. Since then, they’ve been on the road touring around both in Hungary and in Europe reaching out to places like Spain, Italy, Belgium, Germany, Russia, among many others.
Check out the video and some songs from soundcloud below.
And now the songs:
‘Off The Bridge’