ATTN speaks to Richard Chartier about his Line label, which has consistently proved to be a vital platform for new sound art and experimental sound.
ATTN catch Italy’s Ufomammut before they hit the stage to perform the 90-minutes of ORO (comprised of the recent Opus: Primum and the upcoming Opus: Alter) in one monolithic sitting.
The founder of SoundFjord (the UK’s only sonic arts gallery and research unit) presents SOUND//SPACE: an independent record store and “multifaceted arts project” currently residing at the V22 space in London.
With her collaborative dates alongside Maja Ratkje commencing tonight, laptop improviser Ikue Mori talks to ATTN.
A mammoth interview regarding Broadrick’s upcoming record as JK Flesh, along with speculation as to the future music of Godflesh and Jesu.
In the run up to her live collaboration with Ikue Mori, Norweigan performer/composer Maja Ratkje talks about collaboration, experimental music and vocal limits.
The prolific “sound dramatist” talks about his album “Guts”, which involves the violent dissection of an old piano.
Guitarist of instrumental outfit Pelican discusses the band’s brand new EP (Ataraxia/Taraxis) and the upcoming European tour, as well as disclosing a few details of an upcoming full-length by Chord.
Prior to a stellar performance at London’s Union Chapel, Dylan Carlson spoke to ATTN about the live environment, his upcoming solo project and the latest Earth record.
The NY composer/multi-instrumentalist provides an insight into his “Cold Pin” installation – in which piano strings are placed along walls and set into vibratory life through motorised devices – ahead of his performance at PAN Festival at Cafe Oto this week.