Tag: CS Industrial

UNEARTHING THE MUSIC: Sound and Creative Experimentation in Non-democratic Europe

Noise Attack – I & II (CSIndustrial 1982 – 2010)

Originally released in 1989 (the year of the Czechoslovakian Gentle / Velvet Revolution) by Rumple Radar Cassettes, the two NOISE ATTACK tapes (I and II) are an “art brut” influenced, experimental foray into noise and sound manipulation (particularly of radio sounds), created by Johnny Černý and dedicated to fellow noise / industrial musician Martin Jarolím (Einleitungszeit, …

Abteilung Des Intensive Sorge In Der Bewusstlosigkeit (CSIndustrial 1982 – 2010)

  Abteilung Des Intensive Sorge was one of Jaroslav Palát’s many ventures into experimental and industrial music, which included projects like Disharmonic Ballet, Quarantaine and Suicidal Meditations.  The “Abteilung Des Intensive Sorge In Der Bewusstlosigkeit” (English: Department Of Intensive Care – In Unconsciousness) album was released in 1988 and was the last of the three …

Quarantaine – “The Strategy of the Cross Cut-Up Piano” EP (CSIndustrial 1982 – 2010)

QUARANTAINE was an ephemerous collaboration between Jaroslav Palat and Slavek Kwi, active in the early 80ties in Prague, former Czechoslovakia. “The Strategy of the Cross Cut-Up Piano” was recorded in Prague in 9th November 1985, and originally “self-published” on Kwi’s own “On The Way To The Second Sun” cassette in 1985. As with other Quarantaine …

KWI – Blue ReReverie (CSIndustrial 1982-2010)

Slavek Kwi is a sound-artist, composer and researcher interested in the phenomena of perception as the fundamental determinant of relations with reality. Born in former Czechoslovakia, he began his work as a visually-based artist, and then became increasingly interested in sound and space using natural acoustics, found sound, recorded sound and computer generated sound structures. Blue …

M.I.O.S. – Live at Festival of Industrial Music, Prague 1989 (CS Industrial 1982-2010)

A mysterious duo consisting of two industrial performers (D.U. and B), M.I.O.S is a crucial part of a specific chapter in the history of Czechoslovakian extreme music of the second half of the 80’s. Simple ritual aesthetics, noisy tapes, intensive work with metal and iron material, noises and abusing musical and non-musical instruments are the …

Vladimír Hirsch – “Synthetics – Themes” (CS Industrial 1982-2010)

Vladimír Hirsch (born July 3, 1954) is a Czech composer, instrumentalist (pianist, organist, keyboard player, vocalist), and sound experimenter, integrating industrial and dark ambient music with modern classical composition with a genre overlap conception. His composition style is characterized by polymodal architectonics, polytonality and the usage of digital technique to enhance sonic means of expression, …

“Devátá vlna” by Interpretace (CS Industrial 1982-2010)

“CS Industrial 1982-2010” is an online label, ran by Přemysl Ondra, Čenda Šopek, Michael Borůvka, which has been documenting the Czech and Slovak industrial scene. Focusing on the years 1982- 2010 and related cultural structures, it offers deep insight into the first chapters of Czech and Slovak specific electronic music genres. All of their releases …