• Signalstoerung – Sounds Of 2020

    Signalstoerung presents his favorite sounds from 2020 in three parts featuring music by 2Kilos & More, Ana Bogner, Asher Tuil, Atli Örvarsson, Atom TM, Axebreaker, Cruise Ctrl, Demetrio Cecchitelli, Fähund, Fean, Feral, Ivan Muela, Joe Hassick, Kiew, Koji Itoyama, Max Richter, Midori Hirano, Nine Inch Nails, Noiseconcrete X 3CHI5, Olafur Arnalds, Philipp Rumsch, Piska Power, Pan Sonic, Seabuckthorn, Thaa, Wilt, Yann Novak

  • Hendekagon – A New Beginning

    This past year was, for the most of us, a challenging one. Some of us has to overcome fear, struggling without an income, being ill or losing someone. So I believe that the time has come for a new beginning.

  • hym-zen pt. 1

    Adventurous Music starts a new podcast series curated by Signalstoerung featuring music from here and then by the labels Ant-Zen and Hymen Records.

  • One Little DJane – A Flipbook Adventure

    Just in time for her 20th anniversary as a sound artist INYAN surprises us with this flipbook adventure and a new track specially made for the book. INYAN is known for her eclectic experimental electronic DJ-sets in the German noise scene and as co-founder of the international artist collectives Global Noise Movement and Adventurous Music.

  • V. A. – Relatives Schoensein

    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.

  • Signalstoerung – Viel Laerm Um Nichts

    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.