We are happy to announce the release of the long-awaited comeback album by Cologne's Fetisch Park. Carla Subito has created a wonderful new recording that picks up where Alluvial left off. Pre-order your copy now, release date is November 29th 2014. Fetisch Park will celebrate the CD with a special one off performace in Vienna on the date of its release. Hiroshimabend from USA will play support. The whole event will be streamed on Upyourjam.com.
In other good news, we would like to pamper you a little bit just in time for Christmas. Get a free CD with every order through the Klanggalerie webshop. This special offer will last until the end of the year.
Wroclaw Industrial Festival is over and thanks to everyone for coming and buying from our merch table. We came with a lot and left with nearly nothing left. Eric Random, Job Karma and Roma Amor played exceptional live sets. Thanks, mates.
After Fetisch Park and The Residents/Renaldo & The Loaf collaboration, Klanggalerie will get active again early in January 2015. What the first release will be, we don't know yet. But we know it's gonna be something good. Stay tuned and a Happy Christmas season.
Look what we have for Halloween this year! The 4th installment of our Renaldo & The Loaf re-issue series... and it's a very special release, too! Title In Limbo is an album recorded together with nobody less than The Residents! Check out details on the ordering page!
For those of you in Poland next week, we will see you at Wroclaw Industrial Festival. As usual, we will a merchandise table there, offering you the newest Klanggalerie releases as well as selected parts of the back catalogue.
Enjoy browsing through our catalogue, and don't forget: all our prices include worldwide shipping!
Some good news and some very sad news today.....
The good news first:
October 25th will be the release date for the Zahgurim - Moral Rearmament re-issue. This special expanded edition celebrates the 25th anniversary of the recording of the album which was finished exactly a quarter of a century ago that very day. A classic by a TOPY-affiliated band that finally sees the light of day again. And on top of that, the band are recording a new album which we hope to release some time next year.
The very sad news today is that Austrian journalist and radio presenter Gerhard Pretting has died totally unexpectedly at the age of 46 years a couple days ago. He was one of the very few in Vienna who was interested in this kind of music 20 years ago.... I fondly remember a radio special on Austrian State Radio about field recordings, for which he interviewed Etant Donnes and The Hafter Trio, or a special about Nazi Chic in Industrial Music for which I was his guest in the studio. Gerhard will leave a gap in our small community that will not be filled.