Ame De Boue - In Hortum

The nocturnal sound work of Parisian musician Dasz Kowalski wears an expansive palette of musical styles, combined to form an exotic gestation ripe with darkness. A sound journey akin to a walk in the existential garden of being. Human voice versed in various tongues with organic and electronic accompaniment. A strange neighbor to the worlds of Pop and Wave. A soul of mud in the garden.

LP / Digital Album

Posted on October 27th, 2020 under Releases, , ,

Original Soundtrack of Mutant Taimori

Sci-Fi industrial with organic rhythms and bad-tripping atmospheres. Franz Hospiz created most of those tracks in 2015 (plus some rework in 2016) for a multi-sensorial performance by Laser Quest gallery (Iris Veverka and Ulysse C. Müller).

The Mutant Taimori concept challenges the human body and its limits as well as its overtaking in transhumanism : What’s after flesh? Is transhumanism a cannibalism? Is nature (and humanity) a constant mutation until self destruction? Is the only salute beyond this planet?

Here we are invited to celebrate this dystopia, or should we say this “end of race”, with a special dinner. And this tape by Franz Hospiz is its musical accompagnement.

This tape is a collaboration with Cuss Fetish records.

Cassette / Digital Album

Posted on January 26th, 2018 under Releases, ,

Soundtrack of Raging Rose

Dear wavers, a new friend label is born: DRAMES, will be dedicated to original soundtracks.

Here comes its first release, a vinyl LP for the movie CRACHE COEUR (eng: RAGING ROSE / pol: ZNAM KOGOŚ KTO CIĘ SZUKA) by Julia Kowalski.

The original music, made by her brother Daniel Kowalski (aka Dasz, aka Ame de Boue), is mainly electronic, sometimes with filtered guitars and/or voice.

The first side of the record offers a series of instrumental tracks with a lot of nostalgia, without hesitation to a few retro accents, inspired both by the genre cinema music of the late 70s and by the exacerbated romantism of the cold wave years.The second side is more eclectic and more rythmical, six dancefloor oriented tracks, with various influences like synth pop, dark electro or even black metal. The record however remains very coherent as a whole, this due precisely to what we cannot see here: the movie.

Last by not least, we have two additionnal tracks, one by Dolina, deeply cold, distant and aerial, and one by Villa Piégée, a kind of emo-future-pop hymn taken from the compilation “Palais Châlet” (2012 – Pneu records).

An intense and singular piece of synth music…

LP / Digital Album

Posted on April 18th, 2017 under Releases, , ,