Fennesz is pleased to announce he has new management. For all enquiries and live bookings please contact email@example.com – further details to follow. [read more]
Pitchfork is currently celebrating its 25th anniversary. They have named Fennesz as one of the 200 most important artists in the publication’s history. They invited some of these artists to contribute some words about the the music that they’ve cherished and taken inspiration from during the s … [read more]
Fennesz’s 2007 collaboration with Ryuichi Sakamoto, ‘Cendre’, is to be issued for the first time on vinyl this Autumn. Releasing 15 October 2021 on double 10” vinyl in a gatefold sleeve with artwork by Jon Wozencroft, this classic album was the first full-length pairing of these two maestros, before … [read more]
RIP my dear friend Peter Rehberg. We travelled so many roads together. My first tours of USA, Japan and Australia were with him. He persuaded me to make ‘Endless Summer’. At first it was supposed to be a double album – a ‘pop’ track followed by an ‘abstract’ track, and so on… I recall sitting in a Manhattan hotel … [read more]
Stereogum celebrate the 20th anniversary of Fennesz’s ‘Endless Summer’ with a long-read about the album by Mark Richardson. ‘In musical terms, the legacy of ‘Endless Summer’ has less to do with how the album changed culture and more to do with how it expanded the perceptions of those who heard it. It shaped h … [read more]
Fennesz uses guitar and computer to create shimmering, swirling electronic sound of enormous range and complex musicality. His lush and luminant compositions are anything but sterile computer experiments. They resemble sensitive, telescopic recordings of rainforest insect life or natural atmospheric occurrences, an inherent naturalism permeating each piece. He lives and works in Vienna.