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  • Aliona Yurtsevich

    (2 listeners)

  • Andrzej Kwiecinski

    (8 listeners)

    festival, music, 2012, week

  • Andys Skordis

    (6 listeners)

    utrecht, festival, music, 2012

    Andys Skordis was born in Lefkosia, Cyprus in 1983. From a young age, he came close to music by playing electric guitar and writing music for his bands “Off Tone Thieves” and “Spirits” performing in Cyprus. During his obligatory military service, he was a member of the military band in Cyprus as a Euphonium and Guitar player.

  • Annie Gosfield

    (6,461 listeners)

    avant-garde, contemporary classical, experimental, noise

    Annie Gosfield, whom the BBC called "A one woman Hadron collider, the queen of the detuned industrial noise" works on the boundaries between notated and improvised music, electronic and acoustic sounds, refined timbres and noise. She composes for others and performs with her own band, taking her music on a path through festivals, factories, clubs, art spaces, and concert halls.

  • Ashley Paul

    (830 listeners)

    experimental, free improvisation, improv, drone

    Ashley Paul is a performer and composer based in New York City, United States. She uses an array of instruments including saxophone, clarinet, voice, guitar, bells and percussion, mixing disparate elements to create a colorful pallate of sound that works its way into her intuitive songs; free forming, introverted melodies.

  • Asko|Schönberg

    (1 listener)

    Asko|Schönberg Asko|Schönberg is het per 1 september 2008 verenigde Asko Ensemble en Schönberg Ensemble: geen ensemble, geen orkest, maar een flexibel apparaat dat in elke gewenste grootte alle muziek van de twintigste en eenentwintigste eeuw kan spelen.

  • Barbara Lüneburg

    (11 listeners)

    music, week, 2011, gammarec

    Barbara Lüneburg performing on the violin and the viola has made herself a name as both an interpreter of classical and contemporary music.

  • Beavan Flanagan

    (2 listeners)

    utrecht, festival, music, 2012

    Beavan Flanagan (b.1987) is a composer and jazz pianist from Montreal, Canada. He is currently working towards a master’s degree in composition at McGill University, under the tutelage of John Rea. He has studied composition with Jean Lesage, Chris Paul Harman and Sean Ferguson, as well as having participated in master classes and lectures with Philippe Leroux, Martin Matalon and Laurie Radford.

  • Benjamin Scheuer

    (29 listeners)

    utrecht, festival, music, 2012

    Benjamin Scheuer (*1987) is enrolled in soloist exam studies of composition at the HfM Karlsruhe with Wolfgang Rihm.

  • Bl!ndman

    (103 listeners)

    belgium, experimental, classical, saxophone

    Eric Sleichim founded the BL!NDMAN Saxophone Quartet in 1988. Due to its innovative way of working, this group probably gets more out of the saxophone than its inventor ever suspected was possible. After more than fifteen years of existence, the name BL!NDMAN has become synonym with an open mind in experiment and stimulating ideas in interdisciplinary working.

  • Brechtje van Dijk

    (31 listeners)

  • Charlie Piper

    (8 listeners)

    utrecht, festival, music, 2012

    Charlie Piper (b. 1982) is a London based composer. He completed his master's degree with distinction at the Royal College of Music, studying with David Sawer and Michael Zev Gordon. He is currently doing doctoral research at the Royal Academy of Music under the supervision of Philip Cashian, with funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

  • Christopher Butterfield

    (21 listeners)

  • Daniel Cross

    (9 listeners)

  • Dante Boon

    (40 listeners)

    netherlands

  • David Dramm

    (26 listeners)

    composer, western classical music

  • Edward Hamel

    (38 listeners)

    festival, music, 2012, week

    Edward Hamel (b. 1986, Chicago, Illinois) is a composer currently residing in the Logan Square area of Chicago. He graduated magna cum laude from Columbia College Chicago receiving a Bachelors of Music in Composition under the guidance of Marcos Balter and Kenn Kumpf.

  • Eli Keszler

    (1,208 listeners)

    drone, noise, free improvisation, experimental

    Eli Keszler is a composer, artist and multi-instrumentalist based in New York City. In performance, he often plays drums, bowed crotales and guitar in conjunction with his installations.

  • EnAccord

    (2 listeners)

  • Ensemble Gending

    (13 listeners)

    avantgarde, gamelan, percussion, java

    The Dutch group Ensemble Gending is specialized in using the gamelan (metal percussion instrument) in contemporary compositions.

  • Ensemble Klang

    (145 listeners)

    experimental, classical, netherlands, avant-garde

    Formed in 2003, Ensemble Klang's unique instrumentation ranges from a quiet, fragile intimacy to the punchy power of a big-band. They perform complex music, requiring virtuosic accuracy and precision, with the energy, drive and passion of a band.

  • European Contemporary Orchestra

    (0 listeners)

  • Felix's Machines

    (183 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, electronic, experimental, computer controlled instruments

    Felix Thorn aka Felix's Machines, uses computer to control analog, traditionally, hand-played instruments. Much like the player-pianos of their time, however, possibly not as simple in comparison (and involving creativity beyond the novelty). The computer here controls spring-controlled sticks hitting real drums, piano-hammers, glockenspiels, etc. >>Watch his videos if you can<<

  • Frank Zappa

    (661,706 listeners)

    progressive rock, experimental, rock, jazz

    Frank Vincent Zappa (born December 21, 1940 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States – December 4, 1993 in Los Angeles, California, United States) was an American composer, guitarist, singer, bandleader and producer. He was one of the most prolific musicians of his time, releasing over fifty albums of original material spanning over a thirty-five year career.

  • Gabriel Paiuk

    (37 listeners)

  • Gareth Davis

    (169 listeners)

    jazz, ambient, experimental, avant-garde

  • Geoff Mullen

    (2,172 listeners)

    drone, experimental, noise, barge

    Even if you’re fortunate enough to have the original small-run CDR of “Armory Radio,” this double vinyl set should still be of interest as it differs substantially from the first version, with additional material and new thoughts on what went before.

  • Gijs van der Heijden

    (3 listeners)

    contemporary classical, composer, dutch, minimalism

  • Gwyneth Wentink

    (30 listeners)

  • Het Nederlands Fluitorkest

    (0 listeners)

  • Hikari Kiyama

    (5 listeners)

  • Homemade Empire

    (438 listeners)

    utrecht, netherlands, tac, booked it

    Homemade Empire is the work of the musician Bart de Kroon. With an array of instruments - guitars, piano, bandoneon, synth, organ, drums, banjo and a shaky voice - he creates music that ranges from quiet songs to psychedelic drones.

  • Hugo Morales

    (1 listener)

  • Insomnio

    (1,904 listeners)

    punk, punk rock, spanish, spanish punk

    1. Punk Rock in the vein of ADOLESCENTS and stuff, but you can hear some DEAD BOYS or even some AC/DC in their sound. Awesome band from Zaragoza, Spain.

  • Jameszoo

    (4,907 listeners)

    experimental, electronic, beats, wonky

    Jameszoo (Mitchel van Dinther) from Den Bosch began as a DJ playing alongside acts like Modeselektor, Kode9, Dorian Concept, Nicholas Jaar, Gold Panda and many more.

  • Jerre van der Hulst

    (0 listeners)

  • Jesca Hoop

    (99,227 listeners)

    female vocalists, folk, singer-songwriter, indie

    Jesca Hoop has lived all over the map, and her rich life experience is reflected in her distinctive voice and natural gift for inventive song craft.

  • Jesse Broekman

    (1 listener)

  • Johan G Winther

    (455 listeners)

    post-rock, folk, sweden, drone

  • Kamal Hors

    (565 listeners)

    folk, africa, oud, morocco

    Kamal Hors is a Moroccan musician who has been playing the ud (the Arabic lute), the sentir, the guenbri and various north African percussion instruments for as long as he can remember.

  • Kapok

    (1,055 listeners)

    dutch, jazz, instrumental, utrecht

    There at least two bands with the name Kapok: 1) an alternative rock band from Norwich, UK 2) a jazz ensemble from Utrecht, The Netherlands 1) Kapok is currently a four piece Alternative/Rock band based in Norwich containing members: • Joe Mazzei – Guitarist/Lead Vocalist

  • Kieran Klaassen

    (323 listeners)

    pop, electronic, melodic, under 2000 listeners

    Kieran works as an independent music producer for music for short films, video reportages, leaders and for many studio formations. In its work is a wide musical vocabulair. The surprising compositions lean on logical, traditional structures. Klaassen is always searching for that one new sound. He keeps its ears open and uses the newest digital sound techniques.

  • Knalpot

    (1,614 listeners)

    experimental, electronic, incubate, incubate 2009

    Knalpot is an experimental / free jazz crossed with electronic duo from Amsterdam, Netherlands formed around 2007.

  • Konstantin Heuer

    (3 listeners)

    utrecht, festival, music, 2012

    Konstantin Heuer was born in Leipzig on the 1st September 1989. Since 2009 he has been studying composition at the Academy for Music and Theatre Rostock with Prof. Peter Manfred Wolf.

  • Lauri Supponen

    (1 listener)

  • Leonard Evers

    (4 listeners)

  • Louis Andriessen

    (4,422 listeners)

    contemporary classical, dutch, minimalism, avant-garde

    Louis Andriessen (born 6 June 1939 in Utrecht, Netherlands) is a Dutch composer and pianist based in Amsterdam. He teaches composition at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, and his music is published by Donemus in the Netherlands and Boosey & Hawkes in the United Kingdom. His recordings appear on the Nonesuch Records label.

  • Luca Macchi

    (11 listeners)

  • Lucas Wiegerink

    (1 listener)

  • LUNAPARK

    (1,487 listeners)

    new wave, minimal wave, ndw, punk

    There are at least two different bands called Lunapark: a Ukrainian pop band (1) and a Dutch modern classical ensemble (2). 1) The Ukranian Lunapark are a band featuring the elegant and seductive vocals of Polina Golubkova and Dmitry Demchenko on guitars and keyboards. During live performances Polina and Dmity are joined by Oleksa Volinsky on bass and keyboards with Maks Shevchuk on drums.