Ambient utopias I can inhabit forever.
Thomas Meluch talks to ATTN about tape machines, kaleidoscopic vortices and his new albums, Sonnet and Stanza.
A 20-minute piece of loose echoes and drooling guitar, nudged forth by the movement of seahorses.
Continuous tones and endless questions.
The improvisatory duo talk to ATTN about social energy, harmonic resonance and redefining the congregation of sound and possibility.
Crackpot teleportation devices and spacecraft lift-off, released on Midnight Circles.
Mechanisms of petroleum and anxiety, documenting a sound installation that took place on the streets of Porto, Portugal.
Caught in the updraft of gale-force tape interference.
Immersive lightsound and mathematical pattern, inspired by Ikeda’s recent CERN residency.
Piano as air thickening agent, turning a stereotypically sensitive instrument in a bold and irrefutable truth.