New ideas come from embryos, experiments, mixtures.
So, looking for new sounds (I can't stand the boring and boiled ones!), I came across Salon Bruit, a Berlin based open platform for music pioneers.
Artists in this short space-emotional music selection:
Preslav Literary School (the occasional music project of Adam Thomas - UK)
Bob Rutman (DE)
Hassan Khan (EG)
Preslav Literary School... at work.
In the end, here's sometihing more about the Salon Bruit project, taken directly from their website:
Salon Bruit started in 2002 in Berlin as an open platform for international artists of various backgrounds who experiment with sound, art, music and noise in unconventional ways. Regular meetings with Berlin residents and visiting guests led to an increase in our audience, an ever-expanding radius of action and ultimately to the establishment of the nonprofit association Salon Bruit eV. in 2008. Our activities includes concerts, performances, independent radio projects, creative workshops and exhibitions in Berlin and other European cities.
A unique quality of the association is its open, interdisciplinary and independent approach. Our interests lie in the international exchange of ideas and the consequent synergies that this encourages. The emphasis is mostly put on the idea of sharing and networking, which is enhanced by our policy of inviting a mixture of local and visiting artists to the same events. These events take place mostly in the smallest cinema in Berlin, the "Lichtblick Kino". A renowned independent cinema in the old eastern part of the city. Most of this is documented and some of it played locally on air when the occasion arises. Salon Bruit's roots are deeply entwined with local Free Radio scene in Berlin. Past collaborative projects have been Ersatzradio, RadioRiff, Reboot.FM, radioherbst, Mikro.FM, Dazwischenfunken in Potsdam, Funkwelle and most recently Herbstradio ( ...)
All the best,
Salon Bruit - Retrospective 2002-2011 is released under a CreativeCommons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerive licence.