Sysselmann featured on “The First Annual Report” compilation by Unexplained Sounds Group
Sonologyst, the driving force behind the Unexplained Sounds Group has curated and released a mammoth compilation featuring 93 (!) tracks of groundbreaking experimental music. Among those featured is label artist Sysselmann with his track Ferdar. Also included is fellow Norwegian Arne Borgan with an 18 minute experimental piece. This compilation is one for the books for sure.
In the curators own words:
After one year of explorations into the US, UK, Italian, Spanish, French, Eastern European, Scandinavian and German experimental underground music scenes, it is now time for Unexplained Sounds Group to bring together the top artist selection into one comprehensive survey.
It’s difficult to communicate in a few words the richness of experience and knowledge I gained by being in touch with so many creative artists from these countries, it’s been beautiful to go deep into the differing music cultures and be able to enrich my understanding of them. I wish to profoundly thank all of the musicians, DJs, bloggers, labels, writers, free thinkers and passionate fans who believed in this project. Thanks to them, Unexplained Sounds Group has grown from an idea into a reality and is now a point of reference for many people around the world.
People’s enthusiasm has given me the energy both to go on with new explorations into more countries’ scenes and to delve deeper into the experimental audio territories of countries I wasn’t able to examine more thoroughly. So I hope 2016 will be a year of further adventures in music and “unexplained sounds”.
Tipi Token Records commends Synologyst for his incredible efforts and wishes him good luck with further explorations of unexplained sounds.