The guitar falls under external command of four U.S. composers, detaching the instrument from its predominant connections to performer habit and reflex.
Zuydervelt expands upon the moment that an orchestra gets in tune, stretching it across 50 minutes and over 150 collaborators.
Personalised loop cassette from Weymouth’s Tommuel Reynolds, draining the Content Nullity archives as he embarks on the transformation into Mollusk King.
A beautiful jackdaw folder of soil survey, sonic erosion and conceptual mystique.
A feedback loop of escalation and engulfment from Oren Ambarchi (drums), Stephen O’Malley (bass) and Keiji Haino (guitar/synth/noise).
The West Yorkshire musician talks to ATTN about microphones at weird angles, cross-stitched macabre children and her latest record: Our Aquarius.
An unwinnable war between grubby noise improv and corrupted rhythmic discipline.
Two long-duration pieces of electronic sauna mist and environmentally sensitive percussion.
A study of the geographical area between 34°Ν – 42°Ν & 19°Ε – 29°Ε, fenced off by serrated drones of contrabass, synthesiser and cello.
Improvisation for guitars, objects and voices, from church conjurings to staccato dialogues in a small room.