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krautrock | trance | new age | drone folk | psychedelic | experimental electronica | chiptune

Tengger, is a traveling musical family, made up of Pan-Asian couple, itta and Marqido and their son Raai. They create their brand of psychedelic New-Age drone magic through the use of harmonium, voice, toy instruments and analogue synths .

Ori Barel from California attempts to bash '90s electronica against dadist Krautrock and avant classical music on the ambitious 'Alkaline River' (Unseen Worlds).

Gelbart from Berlin (Gagarin Records) let you dwell you in his jazz/electronica side, and he’ll shower you with industrial blip storms that will leave you dumbfounded.

Gefördert von der Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien ("BKM") und der Initiative Musik.

Das Konzert wird unterstützt vom Verband für aktuelle Musik Hamburg und der Behörde für Kultur und Medien Hamburg.


The duo originally started out with the moniker “10” but since the birth of their son RAAI (who joins them on tour and playing Voice, Synth, Toy Instrument, Dance performance on stage) in 2012, have called themselves TENGGER (meaning ‘unlimited expanse of sky’ in Mongolian) to mark the expansion of the family. It also means ‘huge sea’ in Hungarian. Travel, as spiritual experience in real environments, and the sound between the space and the audience have been central themes of their works. The family’s yearly pilgrimages inform every aspect of their art.

The new album represents an opportunity for the globetrotting family trio to explore their origins. TENGGER means ultimate expanded sky in Mongolian. The album finds TENGGER accepting the mood of the world, using the motion of wind and waves as sonic inspiration. TENGGER’s interest in cosmology reflects in their outlook and lyrical approach. In their words “the sound starts from the breaking dawn and circulates around until the night sky and the milky way.” Opening single "PANAPTU" offers a reverent respect to "the earth and the sky", the band write. "The sun, the rain, and the things that grow on the ground make up our bodies and soul. Both can be compared to a mirror. Humanity (on the earth) looks up at the sky; the sky looks at us Illuminate each other and influence each other. Change is happening every moment."

"TENGGER was the most magical of all the performances I watched." - Bob Boilen (NPR Tiny Desk, All Songs Considered)

“it sounds like music designed to induce enlightenment.” - The Fader

“Trance-inducing pieces that draw on New Age, Krautrock, and Folk” - Pitchfork

“Echoes of the kind of krautrock mined by New and Popol Vuh in the ‘70s” - Popmatters

Ori Barel

Ori Barel’s music compositions explore electronic, electroacoustic and acoustic music. His creative work encompasses many sources of inspiration: algorithmic composition, improvisation, sound design, field recordings and various compositional procedures.

He has performed his electronic pieces at various venues including: ICMC, Redcat and Center For New Music (San Francisco), and has released three albums on the labels Unseen Worlds, Albany and Centaur. His last album, was chosen for best experimental category in Bandcamp (September’23).

"Composer and synth fantasist Ori Barel attempts to bash '90s electronica against dadist Krautrock and avant classical music on the ambitious 'Alkaline River'. Think Plaid jamming with Art Bears and Faust and you'll have a good line into this one." (Boomkat Review]


Adi Gelbart is a self-taught multi-instrumentalist, composer, filmmaker and author. His lifelong obsession with creativity has so far resulted in more than 20 LPs and EPs of bizarre pop music, numerous works of vegetable and/or bunny animation, and most recently, a novel. A dive into Gelbart’s body of work uncovers an outlandish yet wholly consistent own world, a surrealist mirror-universe of sound and imagery that aims to combine the accessible with the complex. Gelbart has been living in Berlin for the past eighteen years. His music appeared on many record labels including Joyful Noise and Gagarin Records.

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