1. Mortuos Plango, Vivos Voco

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    Report on the installation 'Mortuos Plango, Vivos Voco' that premiered at St. Catherines church in Vilnius during the ISCM world music days / Gaida Festival on october 24th, 2008.

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    • Into the dark - Marc Moulin

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      official musicvideo for Marc Moulin, taken from his album Top Secret. This track was the first in a new series of albums after a long period of musical silence. Moulin was making music under his own name in the 70ies (records: "sam' suffi" and "Placebo", to later join Telex. In 2001, Blue Note Records signed him for a new album, Top Secret, for which Visual Kitchen made two videos and backdrop motion graphics for the concert tour in 2002.

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      • Tradicional FTW - Açores

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        Recorded on the 31st of July 2012 in Ponta Delgada, S.Miguel, Azores Islands. Thanks to Eime, Eme, Stick2Target and Visual Kitchen. - www.addfueltothefire.com www.addfueltothefire.com/#archive/tradicional-ftw-acores

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        • avj_vk

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          a 1h live set mixing audio and video with just two hands…

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          • Le Grand Voyage - Marc Moulin

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            concertvisuals for Marc Moulin's 'Top Secret' album tour 2004

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            • Shed live at meakusma event - Recyclart 13.12.08

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              ------------------------ www.meakusma.org ------------------------ Shed live (O-Ton, SOA, Hard Wax, Berghain - GER) You simply cannot pinpoint the moment in history when Techno established itself as a new genre in dance music. Not anymore, anyway. Go ahead and try telling the story "the migration of the bassdrum". You'll realise quickly that all you get is a very pale picture, watered down by notto-be-trusted records of oral history from the cities, which played a major role in Techno. Historic developments are overshadowed by local characteristics and gossip. The bomb exploded. It splintered into thousands of little pieces, was absorbed by the mainstream or took the next available flight back into the underground. While House re-established itself over the course of the last couple of years as a clearly defined term for a very specific pool of ideas, the term Techno is still in hibernation. Too many genres and micro-trends are blocking the way. All the more important that there are producers out there who work hard to bring that primordial soup, of which hardly anybody knows anything anymore, back into the focus of the dance floor, taking cover behind the ecstatic firebrands. Shed is one of them. His background is as classic as his music. Born in Frankfurt/Oder in 1975, he was fascinated by the new music played on the radio in the early 90s - a very typical thing for anyone from this generation who grew up in Berlin or its surrounding counties. DJ's as diverse as Westbam,Marusha or Monika Dietl mixed styles and genres into a musical encyclopaedia. While everybody around Shed focussed on HipHop, he himself was addicted to the sample-based sound of UK-hardcore. Then there was a quick liaison with Gabba and through the back catalogue of Djax Up, he finally discovered Chicago and then Detroit. Deep inside the ever-fascinating triangle of beats, breaks and samples, he today identifies 1996/97 as the most important time in Techno for him, although he hit the brakes straight afterwards. While the mainstream did what it could to commercialise the music, Shed closed the door on the Love Parade, cheesy? remixes and mega raves. Between 1998 and 2002 he did not buy a single record. However, he never lost the love for the music, which had changed his life. He used these years to focus his own productions. Around 2000, he had finished some tracks, which combined and contained everything close to his Techno heart, things which were almost extinct in the real world. "I'm a techno-kid, through and through", he says and laughs. When he started shopping his demos around, the idea of his own label was already lurking behind the door. "I suddenly realised how important it was to really do it all by myself." What followed was not rocket science. His first EP on his own Soloaction imprint sold well, soon after that he recorded two EPs for the Amsterdam-based Delsin label, and the more he released, the clearer his musical vision became, now culminating in his debut album "Shedding The Past" on OstGut Ton. On this album, he melts and merges rough and demanding dance floor skeletons with shockingly detailed melodies, harmonic structures, irresistible hooks and airy arrangements. A formula you also expose yourself to when attending one of his DJ or live gigs. A never-ending climax of the groove. Like it was in the founding days of the music, which today is a part of our culture. Shed is one of the few producers and DJs out there who knows that you cannot write about the future without a nod to tradition. ------------------------------------------ www.myspace.com/sheddingthepast ------------------------------------------ Visual Kitchen Visual Kitchen explores the semantics of live AV performance and video art from a background of VJ’ing and music video production. As designers of moving images, VK adapts any kind of (non-)narrative structure into dazzling trips of visual flux, combining rigorously structured loops with soft- or hardware-generated chaos. The output is very diverse and versatile, from analogue photographic to digital minimalism, exploring the parameters of the canvas. -------------------------- www.visualkitchen.org --------------------------

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              • RELEASE Up Until Now

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                A little video of our past 2 events. Next up Dec 11 2010 at 'de Beursschouwburg' & February 26 2011 at 'de Kriekelaar'. More info: www.re-lease.be

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                • Metacot - Marc Moulin

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                  concertvisuals for Marc Moulin's 'Top Secret' album tour 2004

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                  • Cimatics 08: $$TROOPER by Huoratron (& Visual Kitchen)

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                    About Huoratron The rules of nature say there can only be one Alpha Male. Rules of block rocking beats say there can only be one Alpha Sound. Our bearded power plant of a man currently beholds titles, so fall on your kneecaps hard and get up and dance to the almighty Huoratron. We don’t know if it’s a genetically super brew, a governmental bionic experiment or pure solid talent, but this guy mean boxing beats bangs out as inhuman and hard as his facial hair. All we know for sure is that if there's any real techno blood pumping through your veins you will fall for his stomping troll techno powers like the peace of beta meat you are. http://www.huoratron.com/ http://www.myspace.com/huoratron

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                    • There comes a time - Marc Moulin

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                      concertvisuals for Marc Moulin's 'Top Secret' album tour 2004

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