Recent Articles with Wighnomy Brothers
After his stunning mix Wuppdeckmischmampflow, which was released last year on Kompakt, Jena-based artist Gabor Schablitzki of Whignomy Brothers fame finally brings us his second solo album Thora Vukk, released under his Robag Wruhme alias. An intricately detailed album, the record combines a laid-back club feel with subtle melodies and mysterious field recordings. It also – more
If there’s an artist who has mastered the art of weird track names, it’s Robag Wruhme.
Two of Germany’s most beloved brothers, Tiefschwarz, will soon release their third album, Chocolate. Ali and Basti Schwarz will release the LP via their own label Souvenir, continuing the successful tradition of teutonic double acts such as Booka Shade, M.A.N.D.Y. and the Wighnomy Brothers (R.I.P). Having worked closely with Philip Maier aka Sante, the pair – more
Financial crisis? What financial crisis? Even though they are both over half a year away, the early bird tickets that were just put on sale for the Fusion and Nachtdigital festivals in Germany have sold out already. What is even more surprising is that neither of the underground festivals have announced their lineups. Last year – more
Hard partying DJ and production duo the Wighnomy Brothers have announced that they will stop DJing together at the end of this year. In an statement on their website, the pair write: “After 17 years we are now announcing the retirement of the Wighnomy Brothers DJ project. We will continue to play until 31/12/2009. From – more
Rocker haven Seattle is not a city you would normally associate with electronic music, but the Decibel Festival is looking to change that. Started in 2003, this year’s Decibel Festival lineup is heavily eclectic and includes genres ranging from dubstep, ambient, experimental, electronica, micro-house, electro and hip-hop. Most artists appearing at the Decibel festival are US-based – more
A new documentary entitled “Speaking in Code” will surely shed some much-needed light on the murky world of electronic music. Directed, researched and labored on for over five years by San Franciscan Amy Grill, “Speaking In Code” is a “vérité glimpse into the world of techno.” With commentary from techno stalwarts such as Earplug editor Philip – more