METEORISMO COMPILATION: KEKRI 2014

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Federsel & Mäkelä again disguised as experimental music curators!
This is the second Meteorismo - serious, yet crazy- Compilation!
Carefully selected sonic delicacies for the listening pleasure of true strange music connoiseur!


Kekri, also spelled Keyri, or Käyri,  in ancient Finnish religion a feast day marking the end of the agricultural season that also coincided with the time when the cattle were taken in from pasture and settled for a winter’s stay in the barn. Kekri originally fell on Michaelmas, September 29, but was later shifted to November 1, All Saints’ Day. In the old system of reckoning time, Kekri was a critical period between the old and new years when the ancestor spirits came to visit their former homes. The living accordingly held feasts honouring the dead. Food and drink were left for the spirits, the sauna was heated, and the dead were referred to as “holy men.” The feast was generally restricted to the members of the family, but in some areas the occasion was also marked by the common sacrifice of a sheep by the men of the entire village.

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released November 1, 2014

Minor sonic treatment: Professor Federselius
Cover art: Otto Kouwen

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METEORISMO Prague, Czech Republic

METEORISMO is Prague based Czech-Finnish microlabel, focused on eclectic and strange music. Founded as a solution for releasing second album of Federsel & Mäkelä and since then continuing in dealing with similar style of acoustic adventures.
We like weird music and sounds, lo-fi experiments, home made avantgarde, outsider music, freak out and all kinds of music which is does not fit anywhere.
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