Rene Hell (Musicians)
Rene Hell (Jeffrey D. Witscher, b. 1983) is an American musician from California. He recorded under several pseudonyms (Abelar Scout, Impregnable, Marble Sky, Secret Abuse) and was part of different musical projects (Black Chastity, Cruel Face, Cuticle, Deep Jew, Foot Village, Forbidden Fuck, Greater Saga, Mandelbrot & Skyy, Rainbow Blanket, Roman Torment, Trash Dog, Without Belonging). He lives and works in Vienna.
Rene Hell in Reviews
Music − Review | posted 26.01.2012
Pete Swanson & Rene Hell
Waiting For The Ladies
Once published in a small edition for a joint tour, this gem is now a wider audience. It represents tow outstanding musicians.
Music − Review | posted 17.05.2011
The Terminal Symphony
These days, the synthesizer is functioning as the leading instrument of electronic music. Rene Hell convincingly proves, why this renaissance makes sense, after all.
Music − Review | posted 07.11.2021
On »Valentine,« Snail Mail makes even bigger gestures than before, but fortunately that doesn’t change the effect.
Music − Review | posted 31.10.2021
Jazz is more hip than it has been for a long time. The output is large, the return mediocre. But with »Natten« Kopenhagen’s Bremer/McCoy deliver a fantastic work.
Music − List | posted 01.12.2021
End-of-year review 2021
Top 50 Reissues
Another year goes by, another list of visions of futures that have yet to become reality is being published. These 50 records from the past dreamed the loudest of a better tomorrow.
Music − Portrait | posted 20.01.2022
Daft Punk – Homework (1997)
In 1997, the French duo Daft Punk released their debut album »Homework« and since then have had an almost unprecedented career. At that time, the album was not yet mainstream, but creaky, crackling house music.
Music − News | posted 27.09.2021
Exclusive Edition: »Magic Peaks«
With homesick flicker: The Sao Paulo-born musician Windows彡96 releases his new album »Magic Peaks« on 100% Electronica on November 12, 2021. A limited colour edition is available from HHV Records.