Hinterlandt is looking forward to playing at Sound Summit as well as a few other shows:
Thu 10 Oct 2013 – Sydney – Free the Beats @ Venue 505 w/ Suede Merit + Jozz Scott + James Nichols + more
Thu 31 Oct 2013 – Sydney – Green Room Lounge w/ Andy Rantzen + Telafonica
Thu 07 Nov 2013 – Sydney – Sound Summit Festival w/ Oval + Heinz Riegler + Sky Needle + more
Sat 09 Nov 2013 – Canberra – National Film and Sound Archive w/ Oval + Spartak
Thu 14 Nov 2013 – Sydney – Goethe-Institut w/ Oval
Sat 16 Nov 2013 – Sydney – Alpha Art Gallery w/ Scattered Order + Fabels
The year 2013 sees two new compilations featuring Hinterlandt contributions. Both tracks are very unusual by Hinterlandt standards, for example they feature some vocals. Rest assured, it’s only a phase.
One is on eclectic label New Weird Australia. It’s called Sixes and Twelves and focuses on experimental guitar music, featuring, among others, Mumble(Speak), Kris Keogh, St. Jambience, Afxjim, Pale Earth, and Julian Day. The other compilation is called I Hear You’re From Australia – My Name’s Bruce Too on Laughing Outlaw Records. As the title suggests it’s a Bruce Springsteen tribute album (yes it is) featuring label mates Mark Moldre, Piers Twomey, Jamie Hutchings, Bambino Koresh, Sam Shinazzi, Bryan Estepa and many others.
Hear the new album live on stage:
Thu 18 Oct 12 – Melbourne – The Gasometer w/ Glasfrosch + Roussemoff + Lunaire
Sun 21 Oct 12 – Sydney – The Vanguard w/ Jamie Hutchings
Wed 14 Nov 12 – Wollongong – Yours and Owls w/ Piers Twomey + The Mad Pride
Thu 15 Nov 12 – Sydney – Proper Music Social w/ Jamie Hutchings + Piers Twomey
Sat 17 Nov 12 – Canberra – The Phoenix w/ Cracked Actor + Reuben Ingall
Thu 22 Nov 12 – Brisbane – The Waiting Room w/ Anonymeye + Julian Knowles + Puzahki
Thu 29 Nov 12 – Sydney – Notes w/ Agnes Kain + Emma Davis
Sat 01 Dec 12 – Sydney – Laughing Outlaw Label Party
The Sydney Morning Herald recently described Hinterlandt as “The United Nations of Music”. Here is what some others said about the latest album:
“This is the work of a highly skilled, inquisitive, and highly erratic mind”- Cyclic Defrost (AUS) Full Review
“Pop? Definitely not. Great? Absolutely!”- Vital Weekly (NL) Full Review
“Mind-bending experimental soundscapes”- Sounds Better With Reverb (AUS) Full Review
“He is literally juggling with sounds, distorted, altered beats, patterns and rhythms”- Louder Than War (UK) Full Review
“The disk is a blur of ideas and captivating indulgence”- Foxy Digitalis (USA)
“Die Fusion von Song und Track, von Rechner und Gitarre”- Trust (GER)
Airplay on ABC RadioNational, TripleJ, FBi, 2SER, 3RRR, 2RRR, PBS, SBS Radio, VoiceFM Ballarat, and more.
On Thursday, the 7th of June 2012, please join Hinterlandt and Seaworthy as part of Vivid Festival. Listen to the live sets of these two dissimilar artists and engage in an informal talk about experimental music and sound. Ask questions, provide feedback, exchange your ideas. After the event, why don’t you stroll around Circular Quay and take in the sight of the illuminated Sydney Opera House.
6:00 pm SEAWORTHY live set
6:45 pm HINTERLANDT live set
7:30 pm ARTIST TALK
Entry is free.
Over the last 12 months, Hinterlandt engaged in a number of remixing activities and other stuff. The latest piece was done for Sydney math-rock kings Serious Beak. You can download the whole album for free. Hinterlandt also recently reconstructed a Goethe poem recorded by Emil Klotzsch, turned one of Telafonica‘s songs into a lullaby, injected additional noise into one of Simo Soo‘s electro-rap tracks, and treated underwater field recordings by US sound artist John Kannenberg.
Furthermore, the Hinterlandt track “Motion” from the 2011 album Migration Motion Movement was re-interpreted by Australian producers Seaworthy, Lawrence English, Telafonica, Broken Chip, Puzahki, AFXJIM, Godswounds, and Simo Soo. The results were released as a full album called Through the Motions on Feral Media. Godswounds even made a fancy video clip for their track.
While all of this was good fun, Hinterlandt is now back into writing, recording and producing new original material.
It looks like this is going to be a busy year. Apart from working on material for the new album on Laughing Outlaw Records, Hinterlandt was invited to join the annual Crooked Fiddle Band party, and will soon after play in Wollongong, Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney with friends such as Grün, Piers Twomey and Fabels. Hope to see you there:
Sat 28 Jan 12 – Sydney – The Annandale w/ Crooked Fiddle Band + Barons of Tang + Fanny Lumsden + Delaney Davidson + The Birdman
Fri 10 Feb 12 – Wollongong – Yours and Owls w/ Grün + Piers Twomey + Saan
Sat 11 Feb 12 – Canberra – The Phoenix w/ Grün + Mornings
Wed 07 Mar 12 – Melbourne – Bar Open w/ Ash Wednesday (Einstürzende Neubauten etc.) + Open Backs
Thu 08 Mar 12 – Melbourne – Pony Bar (Late night show, starts at 1am)
Sun 11 Mar 12 – Sydney – Lansdowne w/ Fabels + Faspeedelay + Pink Flod
In the lead-up to the Melbourne shows, don’t miss the radio interviews on RRR “Delivery” and PBS “Art of Bleep” on Sunday 04 March.
Hinterlandt is proud to announce the release of the compilation “Through The Motions” on Feral Media. The album is a collection of sounds evolving around the Hinterlandt track “Motion”. Each artist created a completely new piece based on a handful of tiny sound snippets from the original track. The resulting inividual tracks are as diverse as the artists themselves. It features the following amazing Australian artists:
This Hinterlandt-curated compilation is now avalibale from the Feral Media label, as a FREE DOWNLOAD.
A couple of things to round off a busy year:
Mon 14/11/2011: Hinterlandt has a full hour of music, talk and live set on 2SER Radio’s Extended Play.
Sat 18/11/2011: Guest trumpet gig in Mark Moldre‘s band at Notes, supporting Jamie Hutchings.
Wed 30/11/2011: Hinterlandt with The Scrapes and An Infinity Room at FBI Social.
Thu 01/12/2011: Radio interview about Goethe-Institut remix project with SBS Radio.
Sun 04/12/2011: Hinterlandt joins the Laughing Outlaw XMas Bash at Petersham Bowling Club.