Archive for February, 2011

Review: Mari Kimura – The World Below G And Beyond

Tokyo-born violinist and composer presents a selection of her works from the last two decades.

Review: Aidan Baker – Lost In The Rat Maze

The ever-prolific Canadian gets his 2011 off the ground with a brand new release on ConSouling Sounds.

Review: The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble – From The Stairwell

The Netherlands-based septet take a conceptual approach to their third full-length.

Review: Tim Catlin & Machinefabriek – Patina

Low Point presents the second collaboration between two sound artists on opposing sides of the globe.

Review: Gareth Hardwick – Sunday Afternoon

A quietly pleasant vinyl re-release from the Low Point label owner.

Review: Akron/Family – S/T II: The Cosmic Birth And Journey Of Shinju TNT

The band’s fifth release, continuing their pursuit of noisy, all-clattering good fun.

Live: Phill Niblock @ Cafe Oto, 17/02/11

A rare UK performance from the minimalist, microtonal veteran.

Review: Naisian – Mammalian

Third EP from the Sheffield post-metal fourpiece.

Review: If, Bwana – Assemble.Age!

Al Margolis’ latest offering on the Mutable Music label.

Review: Stephan Mathieu – Remain

A new hour-long piece from the German artist, using sonic material from Janek Schaefer’s “Extended Play” as a basis.