Archive for July, 2013

Review: My Cat Is An Alien – Art Is A Tear Of Noise And Infinite Silence

The Opalio brothers melt into seven one-take, no-overdub meditations for homemade string instruments and electronic devices.

Review: Marta Sainz – Tres Piezas

Improvisation for voice, instruments and objects, recorded at home in one take.

Review: Aquarelle – August Undone

Pressurised gushes of distortion and melody spill over eachother, in a new record from the project of Ryan Potts.

Interview: Randall Dunn (Master Musicians Of Bukkake)

Fresh off the release of their new album Far West, Randall Dunn talks about the album’s conceptual origins, the writing process, and the Western disconnect between music and culture.

Review: Hati + Z’EV – Collusion

A new percussive collaboration hauls space, instrument and impulse into a startling demonstration of sound in the present tense.

Interview: Jennifer Allum

We kick off our SUPERNORMAL FESTIVAL PREVIEW by talking to Jennifer Allum: a London-based violinist and captivating improvisor.

Review: Shelling – S/T

Weighty pop encased within a bubble of shoegaze, on Chihei Hatakeyama’s White Paddy Mountain label.

Live: At The Moment Of Being Heard @ South London Gallery, 11/07/13

A new exhibition at South London Gallery in Peckham, drawing together several reflections on the act of listening.

Review: Ian Hawgood And Friends – Wolven (A Modern Interpretation)

Hawgood returns to Hibernate for a collaborative expansion on his 2009 album Wolfskin,

Review: Dethscalator – Racial Golf Course, No Bitches

Riot Season present a debut LP of misshapen noise from Dethscalator, five years after the band’s conception.