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Eiterherd from Graz, Austria, has been a music producer since 1993. In 1996 he founded “Widerstand Records“, a Graz-based record label for experimental electronic music. As a music producer he released several records on Austrian and international labels, most notably his debut album “1984 vs. 1999” (Widerstand/Praxis, 1999).
He conceived and programmed the online community g24.at (2002), the discourse and music event series, Exit Space (2003-2005), and the monthly documentary film series agit.DOC at Forum Stadtpark, Graz (since 2006).
He is one of the founders of the Elevate Festival, which he has organized since 2005 and is particularly interested in the interfaces between technology, media and critical discourse.
Eiterherd has played live-sets all over Europe and has toured the US, Australia and New Zealand. The picture taken in front of the World Trade Center in New York City was taken on September 7th 2001. Eiterherd flew out of NYC on September 10th after touring the US with the french PeaceOff crew. Since then he has been running the widerstand.org community site and has blogged extensively on political issues as well as music, media and technology.
Since 2005 his main focus is on the Elevate Festival in Graz, Austria. He is the co-founder and nowadays responsible for the discourse and documentary film program of the festival.
Releases on Widerstand Records: