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After our first collaboration with Salon Bruit in 2012 with the RAM series, we have shared again with them a new beautiful project. Enjoy and share these valuable interviews we have compiled for you. And if you want more, visit our vimeo channel.




ANTJE VOWINCKEL | Organ and objects

Antje Vowinckel is a sound artist, radio artist and performer. She creates sound art compositions and radioplays for a variety of public radio stations such as WDR Studio Akustische Kunst, DRadio, SWR, BR, NDR. Her piece Call me yesterday has been broadcasted in fifteen countries. Works have also been presented on various festivals e.g. ZKM Karlsruhe, Biennale Bonn, Prix Italia, Festival Alicante, Tramonana Festival, Prix Europa, Goethe-Institut Lissabon, Hammer Museum Los Angeles. In recent years, she has also created musical live performances e.g. organ and objects.
Her focus in radio art is on the musicality of the spoken word; language improvisation (speak views) and composition with dialects. She has been awarded with Prix Europa Karl-Sczuka-Förderpreis, Plopp-Award „Ferrari recouté“ (ZKM), Ars Acoustica Award of RNE Madrid and was artist in residence in Los Angeles, Rom, Paris, Portugal



LIZ ALLBEE | Quadraphonic Trumpet

Liz Allbee’s work spans many genres, most often encompassing improvisation, electronic composition, noise, weird pop, minimalist/maximalist brawls, and experimental rock. She enjoys collaborations. She primarily works with trumpet, conch, electronics, and voice.
"I don’t think I ever concretely decided to be an improvisor or even a musician. I just started doing it and kept learning by doing it. I would say I’m more interested in the concepts of action space and time, than around providing a strictly musical experience, whether noise or impro or whatever." Liz Allbee ,[ar065] Bogan Ghost



QUOTA;UNQUOTA EPISODES #08 - SALON BRUIT BERLIN - 15.11.2013 COCO | Chansonette Beat Box Kaputt and Dictaphonitrie

CoCo, Berlin based artist, singer & musician who is into music since her early childhood. In 2000 she started to develop Brutalhappytapes based on recordings with dictaphones, objects, instruments, voice or specific sounds from each place she lived, to document the places as sound to find the non asked secret of each place. She is interested in Error Music Development, mistakes and inner disciplins. She has performed and presented recently in september her solo work in Tokio, Osaka, Kyoto, Takamatsu & Tokushima.
CoCo is also a regular organiser and co-founder of Bei Roy (Bey Ruth), as well the curator of the Ohrengala series.
Selected Releases: TBC und CoCo “About Friendship” (Wachsender Prozess / Containerbrut, 2011). Berlin Tape Run 2. Compilation of STAALTAPEFEST, a white chrome 2x20 min tape including works of Der Tapeman, CoCo, Joke Lanz, Seiji Morimoto, Pato...



HEIDRUN SCHRAMM | processed and live generated radio sounds from different circuit boards in combination with instrumental sounds.

Heidrun Schramm is a Berlin-based media artist and composer, who works in the fields of electroacoustic music, installation and video. Besides she is involved in theater projects. She studied sound art / acoustic communication at University of Arts in Berlin. After several collaborations (Audiotubbies with Jetzmann/Katja Rajewski, Duo Parallel with Y-TON-G) she initiated her ongoing project Sonata Rec, which is focussed on solo performances. Radio plays at Deutschlandradio Kultur, FSK Radio Hamburg, Radio Blau Leipzig.
Concerts, exhibitions, screenings among others at LEM Festival Barcelona, One Minute Film Festival Aarau/CH, Blurred Edges Festival Hamburg, Woche des Hörspiels / Acadamy of Arts Berlin, Sophiensaele Berlin, MuseRuole "women in experimental music"...



ANDREA NEUMANN | inside piano
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Born 1968 in Freiburg, Studied classical piano at the Hochschule der Künste, Berlin. Has been active primarily as musician and composer in the fields of new music and experimental music since 1994. Has co-organized "Labor Sonor" a series for experimental music, film and performance in Berlin since 2000.
Her exploration of the piano for new sound possibilities has led her to reduce the instrument to its strings, its resonance board and the cast-iron frame. Playing this unmounted 'leftover' of a piano, with the help of electronics to amplify and manipulate the sound, she has developed several of her own playing techniques, sounds, and ways for preparing the instrument. For reasons of weight, a lighter special instrument was crafted in 2000 according to the measurements of the original heavier inside piano (piano builder, Bernd Bittmann, Berlin).
She has engaged in intensive cooperations in the mixed border areas between composition and improvisation, between electronic and hand-made music with ensmbles like "Les Femmes Savantes" , "Phosphor" and with musicians like Sophie Agnel, Burkhard Beins, Sabine Ercklentz, Bonnie Jones, Annette Krebs, Hanna Hartman o.a.
In 2011 she published together with Burkhard Beins, Christian Kesten, Gisela Nauck 'echtzeitmusik berlin, selbstbestimmung einer szene' at Wolke-Verlag



SABINE VOGEL | Bassflute, flute, piccolo & electronics
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Born in Munich, studied jazz-flute at the Anton Bruckner Conservatory in Linz, Austria. In 2000 Sabine Vogel moved to Berlin, since 2005 she has been living in Potsdam. As a flautist Sabine Vogel focuses on sound and improvisation, using extended techniques both acoustic as well as electronic, creating a very personal contemporary language for the flute. Discovering and producing the unheard, the intimate, in relation to sound production within the flute, is her main focus of exploration. She takes the sounds from the inside of her flute - the microcosm of her flute world – and transports these sounds, with the help of amplification, into a sound-able-hear-able world. Bringing what is inside into the outside. She then combines this world of sound with self-made field recordings- the natural macrocosm of existing sound - forming a composed mixture between the macro and microcosmic.
Sabine Vogel has played as a soloist or in various formations on festivals like: ISEA RUHR, Ultima Festival/ Oslo, EMS Festival/ Stockholm, Ultraschall Festival/ Berlin, High Zero/Baltimore, Internationale Ferienkurse Darmstadt, Audiocraft, Oxford, etc. Her current projects are: ORNIS; an audio-visual Duo with british artist Kathy Hinde, a Duo with australian pianist/organist Chris Abrahams, Landscape Quartet - an enviromental, soundart project with Bennett Hogg, Matt Sansom, Stefan Östersjö – She is a memeber of the "Splitter Orchester". Sabine Vogel has a lectureship for flute at the University Potsdam.
She has played and worked a.o. with Anthony Braxton, Arto Lindsay, Tony Buck, Jim Denley, Chris Abrahams, Alex Nowitz, Malin Bång, Andrea Neumann, Schwimmer,Shannon Cooney, the Walter Thompson Soundpainting Orchestra.



JULIE ROUSSE | laptop, electronics, microphones
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Born in 1979, lives and works in Paris. Sound artist, improviser performer and electroacoustic composer. Her work is diverse and expressed through many different projects, first of all live performances. She also works on sound installations, music scores for films, works with choreographers and directors and does sound creation for photographers. Passionate phonographer, she is always looking for new sonic sources in her travels through Europe and the world, exploring the possibilities of sound capturing in specifically chosen contexts (urban, natural or industrial); working with different recording devices and microphones, using them as instruments; sometimes with movie extracts, television or radio archives... In this process she oscillates between purity of the recordings and a special attraction for archaic, Lo-Fi machines.
Since 2001, she uses that sonic collection - in an experimental process - as her raw material, an infinite source of rhythms and colours, which she shapes with a real time sound treatment software - real time being the essential element of her spontaneous and chaotic approach. She digs in the sound - intruding in the detail - exploring, in search of new textures or the unique rhythms of the raw - free from intervention - sounds. Her work has been presented in Japan, Chile, Canada, United-States, Tunisia, Croatia, Lithuania, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium and France. She has participated in many events and festivals like La Nuit Blanche à Paris (2005, 2011), Festival Suoni per il Popolo (Montreal, 2004, 2002), Festival Electrograph (Athens, 2005), Sonification (Zagreb, 2009), Performing Arts Marathon (New York, 2010), Send+Receive (Winnipeg, 2011), Le Fest (Tunis, 2011)...
Her collaborators are renowned performers or emerging artists from the international improvisation scene : Martin Tétrault, Diane Labrosse, Sam Shalabi, Kiyoharu Kuwayama, Tim Olive, Alexandre Saint-Onge, Olivier di Placido, Marta Zapparoli, Ignaz Schick, Christine Sehnaoui, Crys Cole, Anton Mobin... Her pieces have been published on the labels Sub Rosa (2010), TsukuBoshi (2010) et sur les netlabels NoType (2001), Con-V (2004) and Just Not Normal (2009) and played on Radio Canada, Arte Radio or KKWNE Radio... She has been granted of a residency in 2013 in Brussels' Q-O2 to create her next sound installation : The House of Dreams.










Promotional compilation edited by Julian Bonequi.

Quota;Unquota is a serie of concerts curated by Philip Morris and Julian Bonequi and produced by Salon Bruit in collaboration with Audition Records. Season 1 was premiered on February 15 and concluded on November 15, 2013.

We would like to give special thanks to all the artists involved on this compilation: Andrea Neumann, Julie Rousse, Heidrun Schramm, Sabine Vogel, CoCo, Liz Allbee, Antje Vowinckel; to Salon Bruit, Séamus O´Donnell, Jérémie Pujau and the iconic K77.

Recorded by Philip Morris and Salon Bruit at K77. Premastered by Bonequi. On cover, Sabine Vogel, picture from video by Kasia Justka. Design by Audition Records.