hackedepicciotto wrote the music for this film:
IUVENTA will also be shown on German TV on 3SAT on Monday,the 13th of August 2018, at 10:25PM.
The second video for Menetekel is now online.
Hackedepicciotto have finally finished their second meditation album.
This time with two very illustrious guests:
Vincent Signorelli and Eric Hubel,
(legendary drummer of Unsane and
guitarist of Glenn Branca, both masters of unusual instruments).
We are extremely happy with the result and
would like to invite you to listen to the music on our bandcamp page.
If you enjoy the compositions you can buy them directly at
neubauten.org or bandcamp
The first video for Menetekel is now online.
New album out now.
“Menetekel” is obtainable here.
"(Menetekel is-) their best album yet – a wonderful synthesis of two people in love and full of the possibility of music and a resonating, vibrating drone mantra of an album that is full of brooding beauty and a sense of wonder and melancholy and a wonderful work and piece of art."
"(Menetekel is-) an album that combines dread and wonder with the inevitability of warning."
Menetekel ist ein paganistisch-spirituelles Soundscape-Hörspiel, dramaturgisch durchkomponiert und doch frei und assoziativ.
Menetekel schert sich mit seiner entschleunigten Wuchtdramaturgie zum Glück nicht um die minimierten Aufmerksamkeitsspannen im Whatsapp- und Twitter-Zeitalter.
Ganz schön intensiv war das letzte Album von Alexander Hacke und Danielle de Picciotto. Dass es noch intensiver geht, zeigt das Traumpaar der Experimental-Avantgarde auf „Menetekel“. Es ist ein düsteres Meisterwerk, das Unbehagen erzeugen will. Eine Vorahnung vom Untergang der Welt, eine Reflexion aktueller Zustände.
Auf "Menetekel" klingen Folk und Traditionals aus unterschiedlichen Weltregionen an, aber auch sakrale Musik. Und vor allem: Drone.
Dear all, as hackedepicciotto also had to cancel all our tours this year we have decided to perform one song of our new album THE CURRENT each week online. In the short weekly clips hackedepicciotto will also speak about the songs we are presenting and the story of how we composed them. The clips will be like tiny concerts and if you like our music you can go to the hackedepicciotto Bandcamp page and purchase the album as you would after a show.
Here's the second installment of the "one song per week online performances" of songs from our album
If you like what you are hearing, please consider to visit our virtual merch-table at Bandcamp like you would after a show.
Thank You for your Support!
We have uploaded some precious items from the back-catalogue on our Bandcamp site, and the company will be waiving their revenue share on sales this Friday, March 20, from midnight to midnight Pacific Time. That's from Friday 3am to Saturday 3am on the east coast and from Friday morning 8am until Saturday morning at the same time in Berlin for example.
Please do drop by during these hours to discover some rare and unique items for you to purchase.
We appreciate your support and wish you all a safe, healthy and happy Springtime,
Danielle & Alexander
Here's the first video for a track of our new album THE CURRENT:
"The Seventh Day" was directed by the Spanish artist Helio León and shot in Cork, Ireland in the last days of December 2019.
We are happy to announce the fourth album hackedepicciotto have recorded since becoming nomads in 2010: THE CURRENT.
The long player will be released on
January, the 31st of 2020.
It is their most powerful album yet. After composing desert drones for their previous album “Perseverantia “ and dark foreboding melodies for “Menetekel”, their new album moves forwards, gaining in speed and energy. Alexander Hackes background with Einstürzende Neubauten can be felt in the many rhythmic tracks. “We had the urge to include more percussive elements and electronic sounds to create a powerful rhythmic feel. A wilder and more danceable element. Something to get all of us on our feet, and moving. Away from depression and hopelessness.” The classic background of Danielle de Picciotto has become more prominent as well. Glorious choirs and violin harmonies flow throughout the album giving it an almost symphonic sound.The artist couple calls their music “cinematic-drone” and their album sounds like the film track to an apocalyptic feature-length film, hopefully with a happy end.