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Sonic portraits of several classical composers, digitally bloomed from solo performances of their original works.
Improvised drones from Reading, residing in the gap between solid objects.
A blown raspberry atop a premise of pure punk, originally released in 2001.
Forgetting as a device of movement and replacement, in a mutative hanging sculpture of tone and rounded feedback.
Tranquility engulfed in heat and light, in a fleeting 3-track EP by Peter McNestry.
A documented dialogue of the meeting point between ocean, river and rainforest.
A drift down the mesmeric synthesiser cylinder of inward thought and physical limitation, reissued from 1979.
Dead dictaphones and limp movement, in a 50-minute drift through the musique concrete purgatory.
Art and architecture become fluid in the vehicle of human conversation and footsteps, as Kannenberg paints the institute like a vivid recent memory.