This is the starfrosch blog and podcast. Will you follow us? We focus on something between music, fun and technology, mostly Creative Commons. Sounds we like range from electronic, electro, dub, reggae, indie, pop, trip-hop, drum’n'bass to urban and jazz.
KJ Olafs from Berne, Switzerland are tape dj’s. They copy the tracks to ordinary tapes and mix it with analog gear on live parties. People are encouraged to bring their own tapes to the parties. This gives a wild stile mix with a lot of interaction with the audience. KJ Olafs are Olaf φ and Olaf ρ, they publish their Kstream mixes with an excellent selection of tracks to soundcloud.
Garmisch has been together for about six years now. They’ve previously released two EPs on the Swedish netlabel “Go, Jukebox!” and have on and off been doing live shows in the Malmö region. They’ve from the start been putting together a mixture of influences and ideas, still trying to find their intended style; without any intentions about ever really getting there.
The Ukulele Clan Band is a folk rock group from Colmenar Viejo, Madrid in Spain. They founded in summer 2009 live on the streets, where they were always looking to reach a big audience. Inspired by folk, bluegrass, rock’n'roll they have a great party.
Brandumize: “On dynamism means a lot to us because after the summer break we started working on new stuff and we completed it rapidly, in just 2 months. That’s why the tracks were already finished (with chords and variations) even before sitting in front of the screen and before turning the machines on. This work is fresh and really dynamic, and you can hear and feel just the way we are today”.