Grindcore on both a human and planetary scale, laid to waste and reborn.
The Brighton duo talk about their connection to folk music, the eeriness of microtonal harmony and the launch of their debut album, “White Flowers”.
A bad marriage of electronics, punk and theatre, which all seems to work out in the end.
A new 38-minute piece on Zenapolæ: tunnels of fondly forgotten memory and broken drones.
An hour-long composition, comprised entirely of electronic signals from household appliances and objects.
A continuation/re-calibration of Aleksandra Grünholz’s Verstörung record: an impassable grid of machine-regulated techno.
Violent and mis-communicative synthesiser collage, both psychedelic and physically nauseating.
A rubik’s cube of tamed mistake and squared-off guitars, as the Australian duo cast an eye in the direction of electronic pop.
Honour and grace glimmer from within the twilight of demise, in a new doom descent by Misha Hering.
A springloaded celebration of rock music’s intricate, panoramic perimeter.