An experimental boyband with spontaneity and randomness as creative techniques and occasionality as the way of existence.
It could be a vinyl player of old friends hidden on a top shelf. It could be an unscheduled visit that lasts longer than expected. It could be a strong wind, a free Wednesday, a jar of pesto, a gooseberry bush, a duck, a slipper, a wish, a word. It could be anything and it could morph into a music composition. But not necessarily. Sometimes this happens, and most of the times, of course, it does not.
Still, there are hours and even days when everything falls into an unevident yet proper place. So these guys start to record sounds, make samples, create loops and construct audible structures. They continue while the process goes smoothly and naturally. Then they stop. Then we take what they’ve got and release it as the tracks of Mind Collider. From time to time.
Listen to some music by Mind Collider:
Listen more: collaborations and compilations
Reverse YellowheaddingThe sparkling joy of bending originals into something new and different captured as music recordings of various dispositions and attitudes.
Halfway BitterFrom melancholy to joyfulness and back. From melodic depths to rhythmic curiosities. A collective effort resulting in engaging selection of music tracks.
UncategorizedA variegated compilation made with utter contempt for all the kinds of categorization. The style is whatever, the music is good.
There is also something to watch:
Mind Collider + Alexander Letcius
A documentation of an improvisation, involving an experimental boyband and a multimedia artist.
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