Archive for October, 2016

Interview: MoE

The Norwegian composer, bassist and vocalist discusses the utopian joys of touring, the masculinity of societal structures and the new album by her band MoE.

Review: Paul Nataraj – You Sound Like A Broken Record

Vinyl records inscribed with intimate memories, then used as the source material for a set of crackling rhythmic collage.

Review: Morten Poulsen – Aerodynamics

A vivid simulation of aircraft noise, created using hand-made synthesisers and guitar pedal FX.

Interview: Marta De Pascalis

The Berlin musician discusses incessant decentralisation and her new record, “Anzar”.

Review: Laura Cannell – Simultaneous Flight Movement

Early Music teased away from the stave, in a series of one-take improvisations for overbowed fiddle and double recorder.

Review: Siavash Amini + Matt Finney – Familial Rot

Small phrases expanded into fully-fledged melancholic haunts, courtesy of spoken word artist Matt Finney and sound artist Siavash Amini.

Interview: BESS

The Copenhagen composer talks about new album Mooncore, atmospheric tension and deconstructing the drum set.

Review: Norwell – Grasslands

Extracts of a dense and vibrant kosmische eternity.

Review: Porya Hatami – Phone To Logos

A collection of unreleased tracks from the Iranian sound artist. The tracing of a chronology that wasn’t.

Review: Modelbau – Judder

Two pieces of compositional stillness, forcefully hauled through the passage of time.