The Estonian composer/vocalist talks about all-encompassing VR, nonsensical music and his latest album “Rogue Wave”.
Tempest and internal dialogue, as painted with refracted strokes of voice and violin.
Collages that tumble out of circadian shape.
Transitions, the theory of the jar, falling in love in Japan.
Live-coded sound and vision. Slayer on a scratched CD, travel sickness on an ocean cruise, coins on a kitchen floor.
Field recording from within an unnamed open world computer game.
Gina Kantner discusses self-discipline, endless mixing and new record Goldsound.
Brass and synthesiser in fiery dialogue, placed upon the plinth of silence.
Nascent gathering of gaseous tone, throbbing with the gentle dissonances of friction and accident
Ahead of his Nawa Recordings showcase at Supersonic Festival, the Iraqi composer and label founder discusses the Oud, refractive improvisation and confronting burnout.