Busy times at the Klanggalerie headquarter in Vienna. So many artists with releases on Klang playing here at the moment, Thighpaulsandra, Tabor Radosti and Paul Roland just to name a few. Besides, we have just released the brand new album by Austrian power electronics export Institution D.O.L. - and there's only about 5 copies left here. Also out is Greener Postures, the second solo album by Snakefinger, co-written by The Residents. Coming in December is the third TOOK release: Missing Soldiers by Charles Bobuck. Plus Disfigured Night by The Residents. 2017 will start with the re-issue of Eric Random & The Bedlamites' Ishmael album, as well as the first re-issue of French avnatgarde heroes Un Drame Musical Instantane, Rideau. Ordering for the last two CDs starts soon, so keep an eye on this website.
We are back from Wroclaw Industrial Festival which was great, as usual. Had a lovely time meeting people like Asmus Tietchens and William Bennett, as well as Konrad Becker of Monoton and puppy38 of Hiroshimabend. As you have all noticed by now, the big news is that the brand-new Renaldo & The Loaf album is out, and it's selling like crazy. The first pressing will soon be gone, re-press coming soon. Also, Snakefinger's Chewing Hides The Sound, The Residents' Delta Nudes, Charles Bobuck plays The Rez and Snakey Wake are currently being re-pressed. The last handful of copies from the first edition are still available, but will be gone very soon. Coming up next is Snakefinger's Greener Postures and Disfigured Night by The Residents. Also, Dec 1st will see the publication of the all-new album by Institution DOL - the CD is nearly sold out pre-publication, so act fast when it goes on sale. It won't last long.
Two new CDs are in stock from today: Tabor Radosti's phenomenal new album called Egregor and Hiroshimabend's first ever European release entitled dddirzzz. We are very pleased with how they came out, looking and sounding great. If you haven't heard of either, listen on our bandcamp page. Don't be shy to discover something new, you can't always listen to the same old bands..... The Klangers will be off to London this Friday to take part in the 40th anniversary celebration of Rough Trade. Pleased to meet our friends from Wrangler there, who will play alongside Scritti Politti, John Grant and The Pop Group. The next festival after that will be the XV Wroclaw Industrial Festival in Poland, where Main, Psychic TV, Asmus Tietchens and Monoton will play amongst many others. As usual, we will have a large merch table there. The next two items available will be Gurdy Hurding, Renaldo & The Loaf's comeback album after a 30 year break, and Greener Postures by the one and only Snakefinger. Watch this space for further news.