Relatives Schoensein is a non-profit art collaboration. The book shows photographs of excerpts of weathered and partly destroyed street art. For each photograph, there is a soundtrack created by a sound artist. All in all, there are over 40 sound artists from all over the world ( including Australia, Canada, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Russia, UK and USA) who have contributed to this project. There will be a download code for this compilation of tracks within the book.
Whether you do not play a tape or are unable to get a radio signal, there are still sounds you can listen to by operating a mono tape recorder. These sounds are collected and transferred into four tracks. No additional sounds were used.
Podcast 97 is featuring music by Leipzig based Jazz Musician Philipp Rumsch.
The Dreams I Can't Remember is the fourth release of Hendekagon (a.k.a. Signalstoerung) for Adventurous Music.
Podcast 95 is feat. music from Stumm433 (Mute Records) incl. Depeche Mode, Cabaret Voltaire, Einstuerzende Neubauten, Laibach, Adult, Chris Liebing, Moby and others.
With Sale Hendekagon & Signalstoerung explore psychological pricing strategies and their effect on buyers. For many years now companies use pricing tactics to lure buyers into consuming things. But do they really offer good deals or bargains? And most important, do we need all these things we buy?
'UU' is a concept album based on radioactive chemical elements. Because of the extreme instability some of these elements exist only for split seconds - nevertheless, they release enormous power during their short lifespan.
With „Is This Art?“ Signalstoerung explores the definition and value of art. What is art? Who defines art? Should art be for sale? And what is art worth then? Is This Art? by Signalstoerung is the second part of the Adventurous Music Cardboard Series featuring experimental electronic music with a critical attitude towards society.
With Religiös Unmusikalisch Hendekagon (also known as Signalstoerung) provides four ambient/drone/noise tracks featuring crushed organ sounds and repetitive vocals in a manner of preaching patterns at church.