Arjopa & The Master U-like feat.Tony Blitzessioni at Kulturbrauerei Berlin / Panda Theater

Arjopa & The Master U-like feat.Tony Blitzessioni at Kulturbrauerei Berlin / Panda Theater

Published on Jun 14, 2013

Arjopa & The Master U-like Trance Siberian Khoomei Sound Horse-Head Fiddle & Throat Singing Voice(s) meet Electro Beats & Crazy Dub-Step Arjopa & The Master U-like weave a “Magic Carpet” of Siberian Khoomei (Throat Singing), hypnotic String Sounds, Jew’s Harp- flangers, evocative beats and lyrics in 4 languages (English, German, Russian & Tuvan). Their Trance Siberian Khoomei Sounds are a magical synthesis of modern Western music, advanced electronic sounds & traditional Asian instruments and vocal techniques. Arjopa & The Master U-like create odd sound collages, that takes audience into a world beyond time and space. Their sounds make even Taiga Spirits dance! Arjopa: Throat Singing, Vocals, Guitars, Dosh Puluur, Morin Khuur Arjopa grew up in Berlin with the Russian-Siberian music of her ancestors, that emigrated from South Siberia to Germany in early 20th century. Since her earliest youth she deals with the ancient asian vocal techniques and mixes them with western music, and elements of Jazz and Folk-Rock. The leading female Throat Singer from the Western World (born in Berlin, Germany), has the acceptance of well known Tuvan Khoomei Masters such as: Albert Kuvezin (Yat-Kha), Mongün-ool Ondar (Chirgilchin), Kongar-ool Ondar (Movie: “Genghis Blues”) and Genady Tchamzyrym (Gendos). The Master U-like: Drums, Advanced Electronix, Mouth Harps (Khomus,Vargan) The Master U-like studied percussion, sound design and programming in Berlin, at SAE Institute. He learned to play the shamanic. Frame Drum (Düng Dür) and Mouth Harp (Khomus, Vargan) with masters in Siberia. His soundscapes correspond in a unique and remarkable way with Arjopa ́s magical voice Tony Blitzessioni on guitar. Special Thanx to Christian Müller (TMC Music) & Ulike Glumbik for editing

Author: tranquanghai1944

Ethnomusicologist, composer and vietnamese traditional musician

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