Welcome, welcome to our underground house of horrors, where blob monsters reign supreme and electrically-charged foetuses crawl from their jars.
Taking inspiration from hundreds of years of classical music, a select cadre of Fwonk* alumni offer their interpretations and versions of the genre.
Ho ho ho and a keg of mulled wine! Fwonk* rounds off 2013 with a candy-soaked compilation LP of icy beats and frosty ambience. Best enjoyed with a crate of dodgy liqueur and several dozen mince pies.
Katarrhaktes ends its series of EPs with ‘collapse’, a ten track remix album chronicling every release since 2010’s ‘MAELSTRÖM’.
This LP faithfully follows the original structure, but each track is warped by a different artist or group of artists. This encompasses ambient electronica, chip-tune, shoegaze, metal and idm versions of the classic originals. We even threw in some extra bonus tracks inspired by DSotM for the sheer fun of it.
Kabukiman drops with seven stunning tracks of genius improvised, rough and ready beats and melodies. Astonishingly, this was written, recorded, mixed and mastered in one day.
his is the long-awaited debut album of original compositions from Fwonk*s resident Norwegian electronica troubadour and polymath Per Byhring (Per).
Certified genius Per Byhring presents sixteen little mash-ups of cheeky 60s lounge music and hard-hitting and wobbly dubstep.