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Maische

Maische

Maische


Maische was an experimental, art rock/math rock band from Burgenland, Austria. Formed in 1988, it consisted of Christian Fennesz (guitar, vocals, piano, samples), Harald Adrian (bass, reeds), and Siegfried Schmid (drums, percussion, vocals). Making frequent use of odd time signatures, the band's mostly instrumental post-progressive shoegaze/grunge sound inspired an underground following in Vienna of the early 1990s. After releasing two albums and contributing to a few Austrian compilations, the group disbanded in 1992. Read more on Last.fm
Maische was an experimental, art rock/math rock band from Burgenland, Austria. Formed in 1988, it consisted of Christian Fennesz (guitar, vocals, piano, samples), Harald Adrian (bass, reeds), and Siegfried Schmid (drums, percussion, vocals). Making frequent use of odd time signatures, the band's mostly instrumental post-progressive shoegaze/grunge sound inspired an underground following in Vienna of the early 1990s. After releasing two albums and contributing to a few Austrian compilations, the group disbanded in 1992. Their first album, In Gold, was released independently in 1990 on vinyl only and featured Christof Kurzmann on saxophone and samples. Brand, Maische's second and last album, was released in 1992 on the Ixthuluh label in both vinyl and CD formats and featured Max Nagl on baritone and alto saxophone. The name "Maische" is the German word for "a mixture of powdered malt and hot water, which is stood until the sugars dissolve to form the wort", used in brewing and distilling alcoholic beverages.

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