The guitarist and fervent collaborator talks about Ensemble Pearl (a new project alongside Bill Herzog, Atsuo and Michio Kurihara) as well as subjectivity in music listening, producing theatrical soundtracks and working with Gravetemple again.
Prior to his collaboration with visual artist Charles Atlas at the Tate’s Tanks, Luke Younger talks to ATTN about playing live, new album plans and running a record label.
Following last month’s show supporting Keith Fullerton Whitman at Arnolfini, Bristol’s Tom Bugs talks to ATTN about DIY electronics, modular synthesis and performing live.
Guitarist vocalist Johannes Persson talks about the band’s new album “Vertikal”, which takes its inspiration from the stylings of Fritz Lang’s “Metropolis”.
Ahead of their UK tour alongside Led Zeppelin’s John Paul Jones, Norway’s Supersilent talk to ATTN about playing their music in the live environment, the recording process and collaborating with JPJ.
Ahead of an audio/visual performance at South London Gallery next month, nO!semaker Russell Haswell talks to ATTN about 80s black metal shows and the release of his new full length, FACTUAL.
In the second part of our TUSK FESTIVAL PREVIEW, Kohei Gomi (aka Pain Jerk) talks about his new collaboration with Anla Courtis, the importance of “peak-level volume” and his upcoming performance at the festival itself.
In the first part of our TUSK FESTIVAL PREVIEW, Kohei Matsunaga (aka NHK’Koyxeи) fires off some brief and baffling responses to ATTN’s queries, in a rather hazy negotiation of the language barrier.
ATTN explores Southern Records’ Latitudes Sessions: a series of extra-special limited runs, recorded at Southern Studios in London.