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Song: Both Sides (Wallner/Radl/tuesday microgrooves) 
Artists: tm 
IEM: Matthias Frank/Daniel Rudrich

Additional info: The song was recorded for the Ambisonics Summerschool hosted by the Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics (University of Arts Graz, Austria). 

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The Tuesday microgrooves story:
TM dropped anchor in the musical haven of Graz, Austria. The journey started in 2008, with something similar to the Esbjoern Svensson Trio and Medeski, Martin and Wood, drum and bass, Erik Satie and Claude Debussy, funk and soul. The crew consists of the captain, Wolfgang Radl (composition and bass), the engine, Norbert Wallner (composition and drums), the first officer, Jenö Lörincz (piano), and several guest musicians, such as the breathtaking lead-singer, Farina Miss, or the brilliant drummer from Brazil, Daniel Lima. After their first short voyage, tuesday microgrooves started venturing into unknown waters. They played a concert for the Grammy Award Winner and jazz pianist, Chucho Valdes, and have cooperated with the renowned visual artists of the Life Ball, ocho resotto. Later, they won the Helix Board competition (out of 800 bands!), and recorded their debut album with Ulli Pallemanns at the famous Studios 301 in Cologne, Germany. In 2010, they won second place at the Vienna Film Score competition (out of 150 entries). During 2011, they are working together with Studios 301 and the German recording magazin, and are part of an extraordinary worldwide clip project created by atmosphere media. With current singer Lena Mentschel they started cooperation with several ensembles and orchestras (eg. studio percussion, graz salon orchestra). In 2014 they went with their new program, "recorder various" on a taiwan tour and released their second CD “All The Things”. In 2015 they returned to Taiwan, performing together with the awarded Interestring Quartet and Israelian recorder player Tali Rubinstein. In 2016, tuesday microgrooves gave a concert at the Taichung Jazz Festival Taiwan. As the main act, they performed in front of 10.000 jazz fans. This was followed by several concerts in China. The band also recorded some new tracks for a special 3D sound project for the renowned Fraunhofer Institute (Germany). In 2017, tuesday microgrooves released their third album, „Saying I Love You in a Postrock Way“. 

2018 they will work on a huge cooperation with the IEM for a complete new interpretation of their sound.


Line-Up: Wolfgang Radl, double bass Jenö Lörincz, piano Norbert Wallner, drums
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