a collaboration between Antye Greie und Gudrun Gut

baustelle demo KRZ mp3 11minutes - 4 edited tracks - 10,4 mb

AGF (Antye Greie) quickly established herself in Berlin with her atmospheric electronica, and is in demand for sound-installations as well as live gigs. Her latest album release, Symptoms, a collaboration with Vladislav Delay, came out on Bpitch Control earlier this year.
AGF is originally from Halle, East Germany.
Antye Greie lived in Berlin after the wall came down and is now based in Hailuoto, Finland.

Gudrun Gut is a legend of the West-Berlin underground scene from post-punk to Techno. She was a founding member of the bands Mania D, Malaria! and Matador in the 1980s. Since 1997 she has had a weekly radio show with Thomas Fehlmann on RadioEins in Berlin and runs the label Monika Enterprise. In 2007 she released her solo album "I Put A Record On" and is now doing live performances around the world.
Gudrun Gut lives and works in Berlin.

greie+gut working on "baustelle" in finland
BAUSTELLE - Construction Site
East and West: Sound-artist AGF (EastGerman) invited artist-composer Gudrun Gut (WestGerman) to collaborate with her on a special recording session for BBC Late Junction - which was broadcasted in March 2009.
After getting together they quickly had found a theme for this recording:
Baustelle / Construction Site - Since they were both into house-building at that moment.
They have used field recordings from their own construction sites in Germany and Finland and have recorded 4 songs for the BBC session.
One song from the 80s really suited the theme of the BBC session - originally done by Palais Schaumburg which is called 'Wir Bauen eine Neue Stadt' (trans. 'We are Building a New City').
This was the first time AGF and Gudrun Gut had recorded together and finally in August 2009
at Strøm Festival in Copenhagen they performed for the first time together: playing their own solo work as well as debut parts of the "BAUSTELLE" recordings.
As they are working on a full length album right now there will be more to follow soon.

Booking: Mo Loschelder / media loca

drilling an ocean