„Giardini" is the bands first and self titled release from 2017.
It consits of 6 tracks of free impovisations from lush atmospheric soundscapes to sound art and noise music.
Recorded at Klangkunstlabor HBK Braunschweig.
Compiled by Valle Döring, mixed and mastered by Antimo Sorgente.
Art work by Max Neumann.
Drums and electronics: Valle Döring
Synths: Antimo Sorgente
Guitar: Martin Tornow
Vocals and electronics: Manuel Klotz
1 Living Swamp
2 Der Pfad
5 Reverb of Spring
„Neue Orgelphantasien" is the first album recorded with the unique Lasermonium, a 100 years old pump organ, augmented with microphone arrays and effect pedals.
The album contains compositions and improvisations of abstract, minimal, contemporary, atmospheric music and noise.
It was released under Brokat in 2014.
The 2nd album "And other strange songs from the remote planets" is currently in post production.
All music by Valle Döring
Cover photo by Klemme
1 Etwas Gold
3 Der utopische Albtraum wird wahr...
4 Inzwischen blau
5 ...und wieder zu Traum.
„Worph drei" is the first and only Album by Pop Dada band Kaufaust.
It got released in 2010 and was why ever a Vinyl only release. A few rare and hot copies are still available!
Bass, toy instruments, Vocals: Julius Riehn
Guitar, Vocals: Constle Kriegenburg
Vocals, Guitar, Keys: Steven Proemmel
Drums, Vocals, Keys: Valle Döring
Guets musicians: The old Meow
recorded, mixed and mastered by Valle Döring.
2 die radioaktive Seemöwenballade
4 Das Penislied
5 Franky the stone
11 Maufaust featuring The old Meow
12 Pianos for airports
This highly collectable product is the stereoscopic VHS special edition of HFG 24.
Stereoscopic VHS is a unique hybrid, combining the ugly and annoying anaglyph glasses with the poor resolution and shabby colours of PAL video. This makes it a most special experience and the film got exclusively released as such.
Only about 3 copies left!!
Written, directed, produced by: Horst von Bolla
Co- directed, edited, post production by: Valle Döring
Hugo von Trost: Raphael Treite
Petra Blumennau: Diana Hoffmann
Set, Costume: Kirsten Cluive
Music: Walls and Birds
VFX: Oli Jelko