Adam Rudolph, Tyshawn Sorey – Archaisms I

(2023, 300lmt 180g 12” Vinyl, FK018)

Sorey and Rudolph began performing as a percussion duet in 2018. Sorey states “we seemed so in sync with each other, in part, perhaps, because we are both composers as well as percussionists.” ARCHAISMS 1 is the recorded document of that concert. Sorey & Rudolph brought their unique and evolved rhythm and sonic languages to the fore, through inspired and spirited dialogue. The music flows as one complete piece with several movements or sections. This music exists on its own terms reflecting the wonderful alchemy of these artists as they spontaneously created dialogues, orchestrations and sonic moods. According to Sorey, “we were committed to open our ears and hearts. The results were magical.” As Rudolph concurs, “You have to come to a creative situation like this with open ears, an open heart, and free-flowing imagination. The preparation is also years of practice, composing and performance so that we can be free to play anything we can imagine to play.”

Adam Rudolph – handrumset and percussion
Tyshawn Sorey – drum set and percussion


Kristo Rodzevski – Black Earth

(2023, 500lmt, 180g 12” Vinyl, 350gsm Gatefold, FK017)

Black Earth has eleven traditional Macedonian songs infused with African aesthetics, including Gnawa undertones, Congo rumba, and African field recordings. The core of the traditional Macedonian harmonies and rhythms was developed over the centuries from the Ancient Greek and Roman Empire’s lyricism, Byzantium’s chants, and the Ottoman Empire’s classical music progressions, by way of multiple migrations, storytelling, wars, myths, tribalism, reconciliations, etc.) In a nutshell, Black Earth is a filtrate of the trans-generational transmission of resilience, trauma, love, and naivete.

Kristo Rodzevski – vocals, acoustic guitar, tambura
Dominic James – electric guitar
Josh Werner – bass
Adam Rudolph – sintir, percussion
Bill Laswell – bass, field recordings, production


Pray For Your Prey

(2023, 300lmt 180g 12” Vinyl, FK016)

Recording live on a rainy night at Brussels in October 2017 “Pray For Your Prey” will capture your attention with it’s s striking power. An eclectic mixture of noise, experimental, free jazz and improvised music blended exemplary together creating a volcanic atmosphere.

Giovanni di Domenico – fender rhodes
Gonçalo Almeida – bass
Balázs Pándi – drums
Giotis Damianidis – guitar


Babis Papadopoulos – Electric Solo

(2022, 500CD Digipack, FK015)

I started the “Electric Solo” project in 2008 – the same year I recorded my first pesonal album. A lot has happened since then; Concerts, personal albums, collaborative albums. Many tracks from these projects became part of the “Electric Solo” repertory and were performed live in an improvisational manner, reflecting the ambience of each night, the venues and my own mood. I chose to record tracks that were already part of my personal discography, along with some musical themes that I have been using as starting points for improvisation.

Babis Papadopoulos – electric guitar, loops, effects


Milcho Leviev, Lakis Tzimkas – Conversations From The Past

(2022, 500CD Digipack, FK014)

Lakis Tzimkas and Milcho Leviev came in contact in 2002 during their first common performance. Ever since, a special bond has been created in both personal and artistic levels. One of the outcomes of this common progression is this recording, five years before Milco Leviev had passed (1937-2019). This CD features compositions by both. The style oscillates between the classical and jazz music bordering the cinematic. Musical narrations create a tension that births the sense of depth, motion and emotion.

Milcho Leviev – piano
Lakis Tzimkas – double bass


Orange Blue Green – Skra’s Confession

(2022, 400CD Digipack, FK013)

The Orange Blue Green band improvises freely in the true sense of the word. An improvisation initiating from the very first sound produced without any prior coordination regarding the style, structure or anything relating to the overall musical form. An acoustic, almost classical trio that has embraced the fundamental features of the sound of chamber music, along with the various musical idioms and experiences of the members’ multi-dimensional course. Their music features a primal element, a product of the absolute freedom they cultivate, a robust sound consisting of the acoustic friction of rhythmic and melodic fragments and at the same time a lyricism and a kaleidoscopic refinement as well as a wide range of sounds.

Dimos Goudaroulis – cello
Nektarios Karantzis – doublebass
Christos Yermenoglou – drums, percussion


Sakis Papadimitriou – Something There

(2022, 400CD Digipack, FK012)

Almost two years of inactivity have passed. The main reason was the pandemic, of course, but there was also a second one, an eight-month period when I could not use my left arm because of a shoulder fracture. But still, on the 21st of October 2021, I performed solo at the Open Jazz events of Demetria Festival. In one of the old warehouses in the port of Thessaloniki which have been converted into cinema halls. Right across the port authority where I served for three years. The tension I was undergoing, plus the environment plus the emotionally charged audience seem to have created the perfect conditions from the beginning to the very end. I left at a daze not being able to explain what had happened.

Sakis Papadimitriou – piano


Sakis Papadimitriou, Christos Yermenolou – Ping Pong

(2017, 500CD Digipack, FK011)

Ping Pong certainly does not lack the imagination of the game, just as it does not lack that “togetherness” which rather constitutes the essence of an improvised partnership. This recording at the studio acquires the characteristics of a game in which the rules are set by the participants, exchanging sounds, intentions and impulses.

Sakis Papadimitriou – piano
Christos Yermenoglou – drums, percussion


Babis Papadopoulos, Christos Yermenolou – Basenezmen

(2015, 500lmt 12” Vinyl, FK010)

Recorded in Royal Alzheimer Hall, Thessaloniki, Greece, January 2015, Limited release of 500 unique record covers for the 500 hand-numbered copies of the Basenezmen music project. Two of the most important musicians in Greece are currently together for the first time to present ‘basenezmen’ project. They improvise under rythmic structures in form of jazz, rock, ambient and folk music.

Babis Papadopoulos – electric guitar, loops – effects
Christos Yermenoglou – drums, percussion


Harry Elektron – You Are Antenna In The Shop / Είσαι Κεραία Στο Μαγαζί

(2014, 500CD Digipack, FK009)

Είσαι Κεραία Στο Μαγαζί meaning You Are Antenna In The Shop, is an album title that comprises by some of its song titles. The original CD is chopped in 99 tracks (though the actual tunes are 12) so that if you play it in random order you will listen to a different album each time. Here we have a form of band structure, that’s why the sound is a bit industrial rock, but still lots of experiment and slow stuff are recorded.

Harry Elektron – music composing, programming and producing, keyboards, guitar, vocals
Thanasys Apostolidius – keyboards, backing vocals
Sonny Touch – electric guitars
Nolan Cook – electric guitar on His Wife Was Synthetic
George Bandoek – electric guitar on Scientist
Ra Lalita Dasi – narration on Μιση Αποδραση (Half Escape)
Dina Ya Coo Macu – vocals on Tην Αγαπη (To The Love)
Michael Vrettas – violin on Στο Μαγαζι (In The Shop)
Theo Ηit – drums on Tasmanian Angel & His Wife Was Synthetic