Archive for June, 2014

Cody Yantis + Nathan McLaughlin + Josh Mason + Joe Houpert – Line Drawings

A three-part quest and conversation on the notion of “deliberate music”: the experimental exchange of “Alice Studies”, the declarative findings of “Line Drawings” and the open debate of “Studies”.

Review: PAIN JERK-COURTIS – Pachinko Blast Anarchy

Jack leads and pachinko machine wiring is taped directly onto listener neurons, in a new collaboration between PAIN JERK and Anla Courtis.

Review: Whisper Room – The Cruelest Month

An eternal work of decay and rebuild, driven forward by faint hazes of dubstep and krautrock.

Review: Joshua Tristan Churchill – Walks

Clarinets paint landscapes in gentle strokes of watercolour, in an album that traces a connection between walking and musical improvisation.

Review: Robert Curgenven – SIRÈNE

The 16-foot pipe organs of Cornish churches – St Paul (Ludgvan), St Winnow (Towednack), St Uny (Lelant), St Wyllow (Lanteglos), St Cyrus and Juliette (St Veep) – pump movement through my sensory everything.

Review: Ingrid Schmoliner – карлицы сюита

A piano autopsy conducted from all angles, founded on the constant presence of intense, meditative concentration.

Review: Illuha – Akari

A tranquil sonic eco-system of electronics, acoustic instruments and found sounds, caught in a cloud of space-time confusion.

Review: John Chantler – Even Clean Hands Damage The Work

Existence in synthesised movement, as machines emulate human reflex and vice versa.

Review: Knifedoutofexistence – Immaturity Of Movement

Self-generation and noise monophony, in a co-release on Outsider Art and Amps Against Trend.

Review: Thought Broadcast – Votive Zero

The latest monophonic, mechanical extraction from the pseudo-archives of R.B.