Teacher: Kamikaze Space Programme is a true sonic renegade, a genuine musical experimenter. Somewhere between a classic Musique Concrète and modern electronic approach, KSP’s music is made up of myriad samples and found sounds from real world situations. If there’s an artist to successfully traverse the treacherous divide between drum and bass, breakbeat and techno it’s Christopher Jarman’s prevailing alias, Kamikaze Space Programme. With roots indebted to the music he released on labels like Renegade Hardware and Hospital Records back in the day, his abstract, field recorded, industrial and broken admission into the annals of techno has seen his music backed, supported and released by the heaviest of renowned labels - namely Luke Slater's Mote Evolver, Mord to Osiris Music and further afield on Trust via Kamikaze Space Programme’s electro-minded wares. Encompassing the most brutal of industrial sound design alongside intrinsic field recordings and the sleeker, low tempos and frenetic energy of jungle, breakbeats and drum and bass, Jarman’s ability to maneuver between genre and style sees the music of Kamikaze Space Programme defy classification while spiralling from one nether-spectrum of sound to the next.
Hier geht's zur Spendenkampagne
+ Experimental Sound Design
+ How you can make basslines using sine waves and white noise, - Generative sounds,
+ Drum manipulation,
+ and much more.
+ Kamikaze Space Programme (dBs Music Berlin | )
+ ZAVOLOKA A/V (Eclectique)
Hier geht's zum Stream.