The music duo of Thodoris Rellos (bari-sax, flute, voice) and Jannis Anastasakis (el.guitar, cl.guitar, effects, live-sampling, analog synth bass) present their first joined recording titled “HORSELOVERFAT” * released on CD & limited-edition white LP.Read More
The material and compositions in the record, where created during the duo’s live performances in the course of the past 5 years, the improvisations and experimentations with their instruments’ naturally produced sounds while referring to and drawing inspiration from american sci-fi writer Philip K. Dick’s short-stories.
* HORSELOVER FAT is Phillip K. Dick’s alter ego in his book “VALIS”
Philip is a given name, derived from the Greek Φίλιππος (Philippos, meaning: “horse-loving” or “fond of horses”)
Dick (in German) translates into FAT
Jannis Anastasakis participated in both Christian Fennesz‘s performances in Athens at the St Paul’s Anglican Church, for a short improv set.Read More
A great interview by Michael Ross from Guitar Moderne :Read More
Jannis Anastasakis had a small chat with Charly Wilder from “the New York Times” about the night in the volcano :Read More
a new piece – collaboration with Coti K.
drums : Michael Kapilidis
photo / cover : Deniz AngelakiRead More
Jannis Anastasakis had 10 concerts in Greece with Floros Floridis & Yorgos Dimitriadis in March 2016.
You can watch 2 video / excerpts from their performances :
On 11/9/15 Jannis Anastasakis did a free-improvised session with Nikos Giousef (musical saw) for the Euro-PA.
You can watch the session (split into 3 parts) here :Read More
You can read below 2 review from Jannis Anastasakis’ performance in Ben Frost concert in Athens :Read More
Jannis Anastasakis will be opening the Ben Frost concert which will take place in Romantso, Athens (23rd May, 2015)
Deniz Angelaki will be handling the visuals and live painting.Read More
Jannis Anastasakis is working on a new solo project, that he is going to perform live @Deteriorate Sound Festival, (six dogs, Athens) on 1st April.
The complete absence of the guitar is the new challenge, and ground noise will be used as input source to be live edited and manipulated with effects.Read More
Elektronik Meditation’s latest album, recorded live in Emanuel Vigeland Mausoleum in Oslo, Norway.Read More
Emanuel Vigeland mausoleum is one of the most inspiring places in the world, with a unique natural 14 second reverb !
Feel free to support us by buying the digital album !