Traum @ PACMF

Isambard Khroustaliov will be re-interpreting his soundtrack to Martin Hampton‘s epic film ‘Traum’ live, on Saturday 27th February as part of the Interface III event at the Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival in Plymouth.

The film, which depicts the demise of the landscape surrounding the Lea Valley shortly before its compulsory acquisition for the London Olympics, is a chilling portrait of how easily despondency and despair can set in when communities are faced with such large scale turmoil and uncertainly.

posted by Benoit Maus on February 2nd, 2010

Not Applicable @ Aufsturz, Berlin

A chance to see the Not Applicable septet in action at Aufsturz, Berlin:


Friday 14th May 2010 @ 8:00pm

Andreas Willers (guitar)
Anna Kaluza (saxophone)
Isambard Khroustaliov (electronics)
Lothar Ohlmeier (bass clarinet)
Maurizio Ravalico (percussion)
Rudi Fischerlehner (drums)
Maurizio Ravalico (percussion)
Tom Arthurs (trumpet)

Britt Hatzius (visuals)


Oranienburger Stra├če 67
10117 Berlin

030 6792-8177

posted by Benoit Maus on December 21st, 2009

Fischerlehner / Ravalico / Khroustaliov Trio @ Miss Hecker, Berlin

Rudi Fischerlehner, Maurizio Ravalico and Isambard Khroustaliov play in a new trio configuration at Miss Hecker in Berlin:

Sunday 10th January 2010 @ 6:30pm

Isambard Khroustaliov (electronics)
Maurizio Ravalico (percussion)
Rudi Fischerlehner (drums)


Miss Hecker,

posted by Benoit Maus on December 21st, 2009


We’re currently putting the finishing touches to our next collective release; a recording from the Stoke Newington Airport concert back in May. It will be coming out in the new year as a free download, so look out for it … Also some more dates coming up in Berlin and the threat of a Not Applicable / Kammer Klang festival in 2010 … In the mean time, a big thanks to everyone out there for your support this year and all the best for 2010 ! (photo by Britt)

posted by Benoit Maus on December 18th, 2009

Photos From Kammer Klang 11

Some great photos of Kammer Klang 11 by Gareth Humphreys (and Joji Koyama). Thanks to Adem for letting us rehearse at his place, Lucy for spurring us all on so brilliantly and to everyone who came down and made it such a memorable occasion …


posted by Benoit Maus on November 16th, 2009