Chrism and Fenris
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|Chrism and Fenris|
|Origin||Perth, Western Australia, Australia|
|Genres||Experimental / Glitch Hop / Musique concrète|
|Labels||Science Girl Records|
Forming in 2001, Chrism and Fenris are notable for their circuit bending approach to retro computing electronic music. Using rewired and custom programmed Commodore 64's, a custom programmed Game Boy Advance and other musical equipment, they create improvised chiptunes and Game Boy music. Their music has been described as "immersive, engaging, hypnotic and unique." and "more hip-hop these days, with a few genuine rhythms amongst the Atari Teenage Riot endings."
- Chris McCormick
- Paul Eterovich
- "Chrism and Fenris bio".
- Priest, G: Experimental Music: Audio Explorations in Australia, page 211. UNSW Press, 2009.
- "Jigsaw 01: Electrotrash @ the Bakery Artrage Complex, Perth (25/06/04)". In The Mix Magazine.
- "a word about my weakness". Christopher's Ramblings.
- "Stina Thomas + Chrism and Fenris + The Leap Year". Mess+Noise Magazine.
- "Minimal X-Posure feat. Chrism & Fenris". The Scene Magazine.
- Triangulation CD Information
- "WAMI Festival 2005 Overview". WAMI Festival.
- "WAMI Festival 2006 Overview". WAMI Festival.