Dear all,


Availability: between now and en of May 2014
Territories: Belgium, France, The Netherlands, Scandinavia

Availability: From early April 2014 onwards
Territory: Europe

Availability: 6th and 10th March 2014.
Territory: Belgium

The electronic pioneer Hans-Joachim Roedelius lives in Baden near Wien
(Austria) and is a legendary figure in popular music. He founded the
seminal bands Cluster and Harmonia, which also included Dieter Moebius and
Michael Rother. He produced the albums « Zuckerzeit » (1974) and « Deluxe »
(1975), which are considered blueprints for today’s electronica and were
recently successfully reissued. And in the late 70s he worked with the
great Brian Eno – the albums « Cluster & Eno » (1977), « After The Heat »
(1978) and « Tracks & Traces » (1997) document the cooperation between the
Bowie and U2 producer and the sound researcher who was then living in a
creative commune in Forst.
Roedelius began releasing solo albums in 1978. He was already exploring
the interplay between piano and electronics on his second LP, « Jardin au
Fou » (1979). This synthesis is also the core of « Stunden ». The Düsseldorf
based Stefan Schneider was a founding member of Kreidler (1994–99) and
is part of the trio To Rococo Rot. He has released several albums under
the name Mapstation.

Sharron Kraus is a singer of traditional folk songs, a songwriter and
multi-instrumentalist. As well as drawing on the folk traditions of
England and Appalachia, her music is influenced by gothic literature,
surrealism, myth and magick. Her songs tell intricate tales of rootless
souls, dark secrets and earthly joys, the lyrics plucked as sonorously as
her acoustic guitar.

She has released four solo albums, the first of which, ‘Beautiful
Twisted’, was named by Rolling Stone in their Critics’ Top Albums of 2002.
As well as her solo work, Sharron has recorded an album of traditional
songs – ’Leaves From Off The Tree’ – with Meg Baird and Helena Espvall of
Espers, written an album of songs to celebrate the seasons of the year –
‘Right Wantonly A-Mumming’ – which was recorded with some of England’s
finest traditional folk singers including Jon Boden, Fay Hield and Ian
Giles – as well as recording and performing as a duo – Rusalnaia – with Ex
Reverie’s Gillian Chadwick, with Tara Burke (Fursaxa) as Tau Emerald and
with Irish free-folk collective United Bible Studies.
Sharron has been featured in The Wire, fRoots, Uncut, The Sound Projector
and Dirty Linen, and is one of the musicians focussed on in Jeanette
Leech’s Seasons They Change: The Story of Acid, Psych and Experimental
Folk. She has appeared on Radio 3′s ‘The Verb’, and recorded sessions for
BBC Radio Scotland, BBC Radio Shropshire, Freakzone on Radio 6, and
independent radio stations across the US.
Sharron’s latest album, ‘Pilgrim Chants and Pastoral Trails‘, released on
Second Language, is a collection of soundscapes recorded in the Cambrian
Mountains in Mid Wales, where she was living for 3 years.

From Sète, situated on the southern shorelines of France, a brutalizing
outfit known as STUNTMAN thrives. Having polluted the atmospheres of this
lush, beautiful landscape since Autumn 2002, through a plethora of lineup
changes over the years, and following a considerable discography thus far
including two previous albums, an EP, a split and a dozen compilations
appearances, STUNTMAN now prepares to deliver their most energetic hatred
yet, with the release of their third album, Incorporate The Excess.
Rampant noise-soaked angular hardcore courses through every second of
these new tracks STUNTMAN drops on Incorporate The Excess, the album
reminiscent of turn-of-the-century pioneers Botch, Keelhaul, Unsane and
Knut while brandishing blasting grindcore attitude. Recorded and mixed by
Amaury Sauvé at Studio La Senelle and mastered by Nick Zampiello and Rob
Gonella at New Alliance East, the nearly twenty-seven minute hellride of
Incorporate The Excess ensures you’ll incur whiplash, then drags you
through a torturous feedback frenzy right to the bitter end. Incorporate
The Excess will be released through Solar Flare Records on January 18th,
2014 digitally and as a 12” LP, in both black and clear/splatter color
schemes, in addition to a CD release through Head Records and a cassette
version through Lost Pilgrims. With more than 150 shows in their rearview
mirrors, counting five European tours including runs with Coalesce,
Russian Circles, Jucifer, Genghis Tron, Child Abuse, Kongh, Mumakil and
countless others, STUNTMAN will be decimating audiences once again with
material from Incorporate The Excess in the coming months.

Thanks for reading.

I hope to hear from you asap.



Some Noise
C/O Alain Bolle
1050 Brussels 5


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