Rdeča Raketa im FreiStil #57

Freistil #57, Nov/Dez 2014, Magazin für Musik und Umgebung, Andreas Fellinger

im Artikel Sozialistische Kunstexpeditionen, Hotel Pupik, Schrattenberg/Murau, 15-17.8.2014
Art of the Duo
Die darauf folgenden Highlights werden durch die Bank von Duo-Konstellationen ausgestrahlt (…) Bekanntermaßen brillant agieren Maja Osojnik & Matija Schellander im Flug ihrer Rdeča Raketa. Wie von leichter Hand, ganz spielerisch unternimmt die Rote Rakete mittels Elektronik, Flöte und Kassetten Klangabenteuer von gehörigem Ausmaß. (…)

Things Learned At: Elevate by Tristan Bath , www.thequietus.com

Things Learned At: Elevate by Tristan Bath , 4.11.2014
http://thequietus.com/articles/16612-things-learned-at-elevate-review-festival-report

(…) Several other Austrian acts made a huge impact at the festival, including Broken.Heart.Collector up in the cold dusty space of the Dungeon, and ‘live techno’ trio Elektro Guzzi, who headlined the main stage on the opening night. The Dungeon is christened by the punctuation-abusing Austrian metal duo [[[Altar:Thron]]], who combine a Godflesh- and Rapeman-like approach to throbbing harsh metal assisted by a meticulously-programmed drum machine along with strange operatic vocal stylings. Later, at the front Vienna-based quintet Broken.Heart.Collector, Slovenian born singer Maja Osojnik sings and performs with the bassy intensity of a Carla Bozulich, sing-speaking her way through the group’s disjointed song structures and improvisations. The band are all phenomenal musicians, with a bassist, guitarist, bass clarinetist and utterly brilliant drummer in the form of Dieter Kern (who has recorded with Austrian resident, Mats Gustafsson). Continue reading