...was featured in the blog Music You Mind Still Love You in 2011. http://musicyourmindstillloveyou.blogspot.fr/2011/08/przewalskis-horses-story-constantin.html I realize a kind of constancy came to be, spontaneously, in our different releases. They can be sorted by how they sound and how they've been recorded. I'm particularly happy with an open "serie" of tape releases that include Pripyàt Holidays… Continue reading Przewalski’s Horses’ story
Played live at Les Instants Chavirés, Montreuil, April 28th, 2017, with Is A Fish and O'Death Jug. Photo by Jjgfree. Nothing Out There et Dyin'Ghosts Records présentent O’DEATH JUG PRZEWALSKI’S HORSES IS A FISH Nothing Out There et Dyin’Ghosts Records présentent une soirée électrique réunissant 3 groupes de guitaristes hantés par les paysages de l’Américana,… Continue reading 28/04/17, Les Instants Chavirés : Six Dusty Strings Night
Przewalski's Horses was invited by the 267 lattajjaa finnish record label to contribute to a new cassette compilation, The Devil Man. We already collaborated with Hannu Hatti, creator of 267 lattajjaa, somewhere around 2007 with the release of the Museum For The Trees record. Here are his words about the compilation : "All The… Continue reading Przewalski’s Horses : Experimenting at What-do-you-call-the-place?
Like a similar PH records Museum For The Trees (267 Lattajjaa), Nyàr was recorded in several short summer sessions in my parents' backyard, using mostly acoustic things & instruments. Personnel was PH : Aurélie Brouet and Constantin Dubois. The recordings were very sparse, so... the idea, stolen from - among others - Eliane Radigue's… Continue reading Przewalski’s Horses : Nyàr
Przewalski's Horses always used shortwave radio a lot. These two records kind of sum it up. They were originally published by the We Have No Zen weblabel from Ukraine. The album names are the names of the radios I used ; a modern Sangean ATS 909X and a vintage Tokyo Skylark NR-52F1. Some of these… Continue reading Przewalski’s Horses ~ Tokyo Skylark / ATS 909X : Soundtrack for Nicolas-Pierre Réveillard’s Gamine à la Fenêtre
The duo of complete neophytes in classical music terms, Przewalski’s Horses is an ever-changing, always experimenting outfit, frolickin in the margins of the musical spectrum, much like Przewalski’s breed of wild horses in the Chernobyl Zone - that is, in areas where you aren’t supposed to grow healthily. See here for a 2011 interview: http://musicyourmindstillloveyou.blogspot.fr/2011/08/przewalskis-horses-story-constantin.html… Continue reading Przewalski’s Horses