Archive for July, 2012

Review: Sky Thing – Garbage Strike

Turntables, transducers, contact mics and “various objects” comprise the arsenal of a compelling sound artist from Indiana.

Review: Gabriel Profokiev + Peter Gregson – Cello Multitracks

Composer Profokiev and cellist Gregson explore the motifs of grime and rave in the context of classical music.

Review: Kyle Bobby Dunn – Bring Me The Head Of…

Dunn completes another exquisite double album on Low Point.

Review: Colin Webster + Mark Holub – The Claw

Saxophone and drums dance and brawl in 50 minutes of colourful, dynamic jazz improv.

Live: Martin A. Smith (live soundtrack to L’Inferno) @ V22 in London, 13/07/12

The London-based sound artist presents a live soundtrack to Italy’s first ever feature film, L’Inferno, as part of an ongoing series events at SoundFjord’s SOUND//SPACE.

Feature: Latitudes

ATTN explores Southern Records’ Latitudes Sessions: a series of extra-special limited runs, recorded at Southern Studios in London.

Review: Helm – Impossible Symmetry

London sound artist Luke Younger utilises live improvisation as the basis for his latest full length.

Review: Wil Bolton – Under A Name That Hides Her

The Liverpool-based composer delivers what he believes to be his least digital work to date.

Review: Alan Morse Davies + Gillian Stevens – Y Crythor Du a’r Bleiddiaid / The Black Crwth Player And The Wolves

A Hong Kong composer joins forces with an English musical therapist.

Review: Yann Novak + Robert Crouch – Fata Morgana

Two sound artists explore a wondrous optical illusion through audio.