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Laura Weixelbaum

Laura Weixelbaum

Laura Weixelbaum


Born on November 22, 1987 in Hungary, Laura Hildebrandt Weixelbaum continues the tradition of experimental and avant-garde vocal performers such as Diamanda Galàs, Charlotte Moorman, Nam June Paik, Flo & Andrew. "Voice poetry/ dark, ritual ambient/ performance/ avant-garde.” The voice is an instrument of emotions, like sorrow, fright, aggressivity. The main language is German, it reflects the strict order of the approaching death. The two basic ideas or inspirations are, the medieval disease- plague, and the Second World War. Read more on Last.fm
Born on November 22, 1987 in Hungary, Laura Hildebrandt Weixelbaum continues the tradition of experimental and avant-garde vocal performers such as Diamanda Galàs, Charlotte Moorman, Nam June Paik, Flo & Andrew. "Voice poetry/ dark, ritual ambient/ performance/ avant-garde.” The voice is an instrument of emotions, like sorrow, fright, aggressivity. The main language is German, it reflects the strict order of the approaching death. The two basic ideas or inspirations are, the medieval disease- plague, and the Second World War. In these two worlds this work of art wants to present the woman being equal to a victim. The way of producing the voice- sounds also intends to show the infernal atmosphere". Ritual electronics with insane female voices, a must for Diamanda Galas fans! Recorded in the legendary Hungarian(Budapest) Klaan Studio, the debut album came out on CD-R with 6 page colour booklet packed and limited to 300 copies. The debut is a split release between Mask of The Slave Records and Valse Sinistre Productions. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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