All posts in Record
A turbulent prophetic gateway into the claustrophobia of digital living.
A re-interpretation of “Mahina” by The Doomed Birds Of Providence, and a hazy recount of the 1899 cyclone of the same name.
Folk songs cast across fluctuating ribbons of thought, and Cluck’s first album in seven years.
Dirt and lurch from the point of absolute termination.
Incoherence and amnesiac transitions on ShanGORIL la records.
A seven-hour collection recorded over the past 20 years, and a tour across the perimeter of audibility.
A file-swapping collaboration paints the point at which the digital leaks over the corporeal.
Michael Gardiner presents an EP comprised entirely of train sounds, reshaping familiar form until only essence remains.
Clumsy steps and deep listening, in a new percussive workout on Miasmah.