Xingu Hill

Real Name:
John N. Sellekaers
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Albums

NZ035 Xingu Hill - Maps Of The Impossible album art Xingu Hill Maps Of The Impossible (Album) Nova Zembla NZ035 Belgium 1995 Sell This Version
NZ068 LP Xingu Hill - (Fiction) album art Xingu Hill (Fiction) (Album) Nova Zembla, Nova Zembla NZ068 LP Belgium 1996 Sell This Version
NZ 081 Xingu Hill - Relay album art Xingu Hill Relay (Album) Nova Zembla NZ 081 Belgium 1997 Sell This Version
¥708 Xingu Hill - Alterity album art Xingu Hill Alterity (Album) Hymen Records ¥708 Germany 1999 Sell This Version
act92 Xingu Hill - The Andronechron Incident album art Black Lung & Xingu Hill Black Lung & Xingu Hill - The Andronechron Incident (Album) Ant-Zen act92 Germany 1999 Sell This Version
act159 Xingu Hill - Altmann's Tongue album art Brian Evenson With Xingu Hill & Tamarin Brian Evenson With Xingu Hill & Tamarin - Altmann's Tongue(CD, Album) Ant-Zen act159 Germany 2005 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

mirex 011 Xingu Hill - 16-bit Golem album art Xingu Hill 16-bit Golem (EP) Mirex mirex 011 Germany 2003 Sell This Version

Compilations

VAULT 06 Xingu Hill - Unreleased Material (1995-1997) album art Xingu Hill Unreleased Material (1995-1997) (Comp) Disques Hushush Inc. VAULT 06 Canada 2004

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teknoizer

teknoizer

August 22, 2010
One of the best elektronik artists around:, Xingu Hill.....,
the album "Alterity" is quit unknown,altough it's one of the best idm,
(dark) elektroniks, downtempo and expirimental albums of the last decade.
Released on hymen label in 1999 it's still an up-to-date album with
intelligent electronic art,.. beautifully composed. Now go and buy it !!

October 14, 2004
edited over 17 years ago
Xingu Hill a.k.a John N. Sellekaers is a wonderful artist. I first started getting hooked on his music back in 1995 with Maps Of The Impossible. An amazing soundscaping, tailored with maestria and blended with tribal enchanting chants and drums. The entire album is just deep and well thought and well felt altogether.
Then I caught up with Fiction and Alterity, and there I got my first slam in the face; not that I was used to Maps of the Impossible, but the sound changed radically, more hardcore sounds, more experimental than ever!! It took time for his works to work on me. In fact, it took me a year between the first time i bought those 2 CDs which I gave a first listenning right away, got disappointed like hell and the time I gave a second listenning and there came the second revelation: what I considered being some kind of bad move was now actually a bloody good move. Alterity is just a wonderful gem, intrications of sounds and broken rhythms, glitching beats, glitching sounds all over, deep and dark, experimental and profoundly engaged into radical patterns. A masterpiece!

Xingu Hill taught me you can change form but never corrupt the content.

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