After several years in contact in which I had the honor of working on the co-releases in some splits, so I'll present the next label and distributor called L'è Tütt Folklor Records and that is dedicated entirely to the support of the noisiest extreme Underground with its nocive and impure noises campaigns...

The musical pestilence here has no limits and therefore would recommend and ask you to visit all the pages related to L'è Tütt Folklor Records, where you will find a range of very interesting releases and tons of information where the art of D.I.Y. prevails...

Let's talk again with our friends Attila and Giulio in the next interview where on this time you'll find more details about the latest activities released and supported out by L'è Tütt Folklor Records...

S.N.M.: D.I.Y. means something for you? Why?
Attila: DIY means taking stuff into your own hands, from initiative to finalisation of a product or a concept and taking responsibility for it. It is the only way to fully express yourself without compromises. It is also a renovated slap to corporate business and to lazy people who think that you always need middle men in order to do something. Get off your ass and do something!
Giulio: DIY is learning how to make better every time what you like the most; cursing, sweating and each time wondering: "Why the hell am I doing this shit?". Wonderful.

S.N.M.: Why are you dealer dedicated to nasty noise shit?
Attila: I don't see our label as a proper distributor of countless items. We've always carried a limited amount of stuff coming from our own productions and trades. It is very difficult to run a label and distro in Switzerland because we are a tiny country and shipping rates to foreign countries are crazy expensive. This means that we can't properly "compete" and make big trades with labels from other countries. In addition, there are already enough good distros all around.

S.N.M.: What and why got you into?
Attila: You can read the more personal answer in the interview to Insomnia Isterica. LTFR was born to release first and foremost our own stuff and help when and if possible allies of the DIY militia.
Giulio: I simply had the urgency to release my own stuff as a "musician", at the beginning dubbing some cassette tapes or burn cd-r's with home printed graphics seemed to be the fastest and cheapest way to get a demo released that was recorded with one room mic. That was an old fashioned naïve attitude that just came for itself.

S.N.M.: What means for you, support and be supported?
Attila: Read the Insomnia Isterica's interview. I may just add that I find ridiculous that it's easier to sell t-shirts for 10-12 € instead of 7"s or tapes for 4-5 €. Most people in the "scene" are just "passing by" looking for some excitement (substances, something to fuck, etc.), before cutting their hairs, hiding tattoos undershirt and necktie, and deleting obnoxious pictures on social media portraying their rebel times... No need for this kind of beings to understand and support "expression". They want to show off, develop themselves as a brand; show that they are tougher, that they know something you don't, etc.

S.N.M.: You want to reveal your upcoming noisy activities here?
Attila: Mainly stuff from our own bands (Insomnia Isterica, Mulo Muto, MeVdA, L'Urlo Di Chen). We'll try to join again some co-productions if money will be available.
Giulio: L'Urlo di Chen should release a new demo (digital only). Not enough fans to buy our shit and no concert activities planned with the new formation so no reason to release physical copies.

S.N.M.: How and where can we contact you to acquire and support your noisy activities?
Attila: Just write us an e-mail. Use the power of the internet to find our stuff on Bandcamp, etc. Take also a look at the artwork of Huere Giulio. Thanks a lot for your militant activities and for keeping noisy music terrifying and dangerous.
Giulio: Internet, our homes, our rehearsal place in Avegno or at our workplace, wherever you prefer. Cheers and thanx!!!

Contacts:
insomnia_isterica@hotmail.com
http://folklorrecords.bandcamp.com
https://folklorrecords.wordpress.com
http://huereartworks.blogspot.com