Machines of flesh, metal and the digitally immaterial.
This coming Sunday (May 29th), composer Matthew Sergeant will be presenting his installation/performance “[kiss]” at the Yard Theatre & Club in London. The piece consists of a 4-5 hour violin […]
Bubbles and hums of laboratory-bound microscopic observation.
Cramped spaces of perspirant slime and dismal weather.
The piano enters various states of solidity/liquidity/vaporosity.
A small German town finds itself fogged by the incessant din of the flight corridor.
One half the ambience of eroded memory / one half the drones of vacated memory.
Exquisite electro-synthesis embedded within the bedlam of the present tense.
The Wisconsin percussionist and multi-disciplinary artist discusses the wordless voice, the maximisation of mental / emotional states and his new solo album, “Tongues”.
Gentle sways of piano, interspersed with the rustles and hums of a world at resting state.