Two bands deftly wielding disorder, dissonance and undulating time.
Time at different speeds. Atmospheres I cannot see.
The Toronto sci-fi turntablist discusses loudness through movement, physical triggers and new album “THK SKN”.
An interview with Amsterdam’s Moving Furniture Records, plus a selection of indistinct pieces.
Collages of hope, horror and logic run slack. An hour-long nocturnal outpouring.
The turntablist/composer discusses circular movement, Deep Listening and her new project involving Lee Gamble, Éliane Radigue and a cave in the Peak District.
Vocal improvisations from the bottom of a 60-foot chimney. Clasping at the clacking, self-harmonising extremes of vocal improvisation.
Architecture, sculpture and vibration collide, in a new performance commission by the London/Berlin duo.
Instrumental skylines of dub and euphoric electro-pop.
The Montreal composer discusses physical modelling synthesis, rediscovering pop and the creation of “puzzle-like music”.