There’s a very nice review of my latest album ‘shelter‘ in Vital Weekly 1084, thanks (FdW) for the kind words! brunk – shelter (CDR, private) Bert Vanden Berghe, the guy behind brunk, writes that he’s sending this but that he is not sure if this is something for Vital Weekly. I am sure he’s been […]
Finally! Now you also can listen to ‘koolmees‘ on Spotify, iTunes and other online distributors. In addition, koolmees has been added to youtube as well for your listening pleasure. You can find the playlist here. Of course, you still can stream & download it on bandcamp: koolmees by brunk Enjoy!
Some lo-fi (mostly improvised) guitar sketches, recorded between 2010 and early 2014. The album can be streamed & downloaded on Bandcamp, Spotify, iTunes and most other online distributors. koolmees by brunk Link: brunk.bandcamp.com Track 11 is a cover of ‘Spanish Two-step’ by John Fahey. This is a little video I’ve made for the second […]
The Passive Cable Theory live performance I did at Noisefest at The Strip, Kortrijk (BE) on october 24th 2009: A ‘name your price’ download soundboard recording from this live performance (’42_24′ ) is available on bandcamp: 42_24 by Passive Cable Theory
The Return Of Something Formerly Known As Something Else Released 30 April 1999 on CD-R, now available digitally on bandcamp. Lots and lots (and lots) of DIY cutting-and-pasting of sounds & samples, and then some more chopping and slicing of beats and bits… (still: some guitars here and there!). A strange & naieve collision of […]
Another old recording, available now on Bandcamp: Outdoor Recreation Freelife – Shoes For Adventure A dissonant & noisy weirdo-/dadaism-/improvisation- experiment with detuned guitars, lots of distortion and effects, a crappy (and afterwards broken) record player (messing around with songs of Groeninger Blaaskapelle, Barbecue Bob en Laughing Charley), cardboard boxes, a small metallophone, a squeeking door, and […]
A while ago I started to upload some of my older recordings and demos on bandcamp. For instance: the very first brunk demo I recorded in 1998 (yeps, it’s THAT old): ‘le néant‘! From the very beginning with ‘brunk’ I wanted to do everything in a ‘DIY’ manner, and refused to be pinned down to […]