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Original scores: Valgeir Sigurðsson and Swod

UM:LAUT - Umlaut - Radialsystem - Konzert - Experimental - Berlin - concert - Valgeir Sigurdsson - Bedroom Community

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

With Valgeir Sigurðsson, one of Iceland’s most renowned composers and producers will be the guest of UM:LAUT in February: On his new album „Architecture Of Loss“, which he originally developed as a soundtrack for Stephen Petronio’s ballett of the same name, he arranges a wide and engrossing world of sound where string formations and subtle piano patterns encounter minimal electronica. Sigurðsson, who has already worked as a producer for Björk, Sigur Rós, Ben Frost, Feist, or CocoRosie amongst others, experiments with diverse sounds and structures, plays with the possibilities of analogue and digital instrumentation, and creates both abstract and catchy sound patterns – an eclectic expedition between electronica and chamber music, ambient and post-folk, pop and new music.

Valgeir is both a successful composer, musician and sound engineer as well as one of the most renowned producers of the European indie music scene. In 1997, he founded the Greenhouse Studios, which have become one of the most important production studios for Icelandic as well as international musicians in the course of the last decade. He joined Björk for the Oscar-nominated soundtrack of Lars von Trier’s film „Dancer in the Dark“ and contributed to several of Björk’s albums as a producer, sound engineer and beat programmer. Beyond this, he has collaborated with numerous artists such as Feist, Bonnie ‚Prince‘ Billy, Camille, CocoRosie, The Magic Numbers, múm, Jóhann Jóhannsson, or Hauschka. Together with Ben Frost and Nico Muhly, he founded the label Bedroom Community in 2006. Besides several compositions and collaborations, „Architecture Of Loss“ is Valgeir Sigurðsson’s third solo album after the releases of „Ekvílibríum“ and the soundtrack of the award-winning documentary „Dreamland“. We are proud to present one of his rare visits to Berlin in the course of his record release tour! At Radialsystem, Valgeir will be accompanied by viola player Liam Byrne.

Swod - UM:LAUT - Umlaut - Radialsystem - Modern Classical - Piano - Experimental - Konzert - concert

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The fact that film and theatre have had a formative influence on Oliver Doerell and Stephan Wöhrmann also applies to „Drei“, the third album of their common project Swod. While Wöhrmann’s piano playing produces atmospheric images on one’s inner eye, the subtle electronic sounds, percussions, field recordings and samples of the Belgian multi-instrumentalist Oliver Doerell complement the pieces, turning them into small soundtracks which evoke memories of half-forgotten films. With repetitive piano patterns which are only occasionally interrupted with simple melodies and chords, the two audio directors manage to create a distinctive atmosphere which is emphasised with subtle samples and a warm bass sound – thereby creating material for the cinema in one’s mind at its best.

Oliver Doerell and Stephan Wöhrmann first met in Berlin in 1991 and started collaborating by producing soundtracks for silent films. In 2004, they released „Gehen“ as the first album of their common project Swod, followed by „Sekunden“ in 2007 and „Drei“ in 2011. Doerell plays the guitar, bass and various sorts of electronic instruments, with Wöhrmann joining him on piano and drums. Both of them have been active as composers for dance and film projects and have also been working as sound engineers. Stephan Wöhrmann is, for example, regularly touring with the internationally renowned choreographer Helena Waldmann. Besides his long-term collaboration with the dancer Modjgan Hashemian, Oliver Doerell forms part of diverse other band projects (Dictaphone, Raz Ohara and the odd orchestra, Cummi Flu). We are very happy to celebrate a slightly late release concert of one of our most loved records of last year!

Once again we are looking forward to present some exciting and unique contemporary musicians, who collide organic with synthetic, acoustic with digital – it would be our pleasure to welcome you on 25 February to enjoy another UM:LAUT double bill at the mighty hall of Radialsystem!
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