All posts in Record
Translucent intricacy from the edge of life, as signal and instrument protrude from cement-shaded murk. Part of the “A Year In The Country” series – an exploration of “underlying unsettledness/otherlyness to the English bucolic countryside dream”.
A conceptual exercise in abstraction, shunning musical habit in favour of bass frequency imposition and creased chronology.
Saturation, blemish and displacement, in this A/V work inspired by Canadian media scholar Marshall McLuhan.
An experimental guitar player meddles with his own size and opacity.
Sonic origins dissolve into distraction and commotion, in the debut edition of Løkkegaard’s study of instrument multiplication.
Two artists working in electricity, feedback and anxious energy conflict.
Improvisation for woodwind/drums/guitars/electronics, loaded with passive aggression and sharp dress sense.
Mortality draining out of magnetic tape.
Four extracts of a polymetric techno eternity.
A simple and romantic origami of guitar and piano; cinema score in a snowglobe.