Knifedoutofexistence

Interview: Knifedoutofexistence

By Ollie Jelley 2013 (c)

Interview: ArcTanGent Festival

By Ollie Jelley 2013 (c)
Field Sports3

Interview: Field Sports

Review: Death Shanties – Crabs

Spittle, heat and sweat, coagulating between Sybren Renema (saxophone), Alex Neilson (drums) and Lucy Stein (visuals).

Review: Juan Carlos Vasquez – Collages

Sonic portraits of several classical composers, digitally bloomed from solo performances of their original works.

LIVE: SUPERNORMAL FESTIVAL @ BRAZIER’S PARK IN OXFORDSHIRE, 08-10/08/14

ANTA

ATTN’s third venture around Oxfordshire’s finest tribute to all varieties of extremity and peripheral creative thought.

Review: Infinite Particles – The Great Common Task

Improvised drones from Reading, residing in the gap between solid objects.

Review: Reagan’s Polyp – America Needs More Ass

A blown raspberry atop a premise of pure punk, originally released in 2001.

Review: Seth Cluett – Forms Of Forgetting

Forgetting as a device of movement and replacement, in a mutative hanging sculpture of tone and rounded feedback.

Review: Blakkr Nið – Holy Hellfire

Tranquility engulfed in heat and light, in a fleeting 3-track EP by Peter McNestry.

Interview: Knifedoutofexistence

Knifedoutofexistence

Following the release of “Immaturity Of Movement”, Dean Lloyd Robinson-Saunders talks to ATTN about inner Gods, the cleanse of live performance and the development of KOOE since its conception two years ago.

Review: Osman Arabi – Destroying Symmetry

A one-take document of subconscious guitar improvisation on The Tapeworm.

Review: Loren Chasse – Characters At The Water Margin

A documented dialogue of the meeting point between ocean, river and rainforest.