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Ingus Bauenieks
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Background information
Born (1956-12-30) December 30, 1956 (age 63)
Riga, Latvia
GenresNew wave
Art rock
Electronic
Postpops
Singer
multi-instrumentalist
record producer
InstrumentsVocals, bass guitar, guitar, keyboards
LabelsIngus Bauenieka Ieraksti
MicRec
Dzeltenie Pastnieki, NSRD, Dodo, 11Y1
Websitehttps://ingusbauskenieks.bandcamp.com

Ingus Bauenieks (born December 30, 1956[1][2]) is a Latvian musician known as a member of Dzeltenie Pastnieki and as a solo artist. He is a multi-instrumentalist, with the bass guitar being his primary instrument in band engagements. He is also known for his proficiency in home recording and tape editing.

He is the son of the noted Latvian painter Auseklis Bauenieks (1910-2007).

Discography

Year Album Label
1988 M?jas dz?ve
  • Tape only issue
1990 Klusais Oke?ns
  • Tape only issue
1995 Burvju pusdienas
  • CD, MC
Mikrofona ieraksti
1998 Digit?l? ziema
  • CD, MC
Studija Mix
2003 Viduslaiki
  • CD
Ingus Bauenieka Ieraksti
2004 Nezin?mais ?edevrs: izlase 1988-2003 (Compilation)
  • CD
Ingus Bauenieka Ieraksti
2011 ska[3]
  • CD, LP
Ingus Bauenieka Ieraksti
2015 Sentiment et Mélancholie
  • CD
Ingus Bauenieka Ieraksti

References

  1. ^ Stundi, J?nis (2005). "Ingus Bauenieka ma postmodernisms". M?zikas Saule 27: 27.
  2. ^ Ingus Bauenieks discography at MusicBrainz. Retrieved 4 March 2008.
  3. ^ "Ingus Bauenieks izdod jaunu soloalbumu" (in Latvian). TVNET. April 21, 2011. Retrieved 2017.

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