In cities with a lack of parking, almost everyone has a bicycle. It’s a known fact that bicycles are the green answer to transportation as well as the healthiest form of city commuting. Bicycle riding in urban areas may be considered an innocent, yet subversive act at the same time. Critical thinking along with a passion for music and bicycles is what generated the idea of linking both worlds.
Daniel Davidovsky converts his bicycle into a musical instrument. By attaching a contact microphone to the bike’s frame and applying various physical gestures and techniques, it is possible to amplify the sounds produced by the different parts of the bicycle.
Vancouver-based Peppermill Records is not your typical record label. First off, they’re a net-label…
My Castle of Quiet ————- Ghost Moth Haunt the Castle; Live Session 11th November 2009 —————– When you’re already in a dance with noise and free improvisation, the Kosmische is less than one membranous step away.