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  • Geier aus Stahl is one of the many artistic guises of Leonard Prochazka No superfluous elements take away from the core experience of his sound Somewhere a statement from David Byrne crossed our path, able to highlight something of the essence of Leonard's art: “No matter how alienated the subject or the singer might appear, the...
  • Stacks is the Belgian duo of Jan and Sis Matthé These Antwerp residents build and undress different timbres and textures into vocal-hooked songs, flouting the rules of pop in the process We at Knekelhuis appreciate this immensely and are delighted to work with them ‘Love and Language’ is a romantic, moody pop-not-pop record...
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    Across two 7”s, Death Or Glory (1982) and Death Rocks (1983) and one 12”, Anguish (1982) Jimmy Smack carved his own bleak chasm amidst the LA Death Rock scene that he inhabited After decades dormant in the crypt, Knekelhuis finally compiles Smack’s full recorded output, providing it a lavish place to rest on the Death Is...
  • Michel Banabila is an indispensable part of the Dutch experimental music scene, where he has acquired a special place with many, in the 40 years that he has been releasing music Michel is also just as active as a composer for the theater and ballet world, as well as for TV productions, to considerable fame The threat of drowning...
  • Superb melange of effervescent synth-pop, dream-pop and shoegaze ambient styles from Troth, the duo of Altered States’ label runner Cooper Bowman and honey tongued Amelia Besseny for A’dam’s reliably anachronistic Knekelhuis - RIYL Maria Minerva, Teresa Winter, Oï les Ox, Tara Clerkin Trio, Orphan Fairytale One of the best...
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    Dutch imprint Knekelhuis let in some sunshine with their first club-ready release in quite some time, landing in Tokyo, Japan to on-board quickest-MPC-finger-drummer-in-the-east Keito Suzuki aka KΣITO Pulling off a massive South African Gqom vibe with manic percussion and consumer electronic timbres, there’s a very distinct...
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    SSIEGE have struck our non-linear world again with Meteora, the follow-up to the breathtaking 2019 cassette release Fading Summer, on Youth Its elusiveness might be its biggest strength Indicating a genre is a lost cause Any description locating it safely inside well-defined boundaries falls flat Neither analogue or digital,...
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    Reymour packed their bags in the pre-Alps of Switzerland and left to start a new life in Bruxelles This debut album finds originates in this transition, again in a bilingual environment, by now a Knekelhuis theme Leviosa documents the emergence of a kind of dance built from chansons, synthpop and cute minimal wave Luc Bersier’s...

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