Archive for July, 2017
Materials I recognise, all behaving in ways I don’t understand.
Dismal, crumbling optimism from the Polish duo of Brigitte Roussel and Li/ese/Li.
Cold War paranoia, modular rock, Bieber vs The Stones. The ever-prolific, ever-eclectic English musician discusses his three important albums.
Alex McLean of Algorave discusses the extended self, anticipating change and celebrating failure. Also: a lost iPod resurfaces.
With the release of her new album “Boundaries”, Indian scientist/composer Sarmistha Talukdar discusses data sonification, amino acid sequences and the innate tensions of life.
A dreaded electronic awakening. Half-thoughts rolling off the edge of an ellipsis.
The unknowns of within and beyond: a Liminal Noise Records split between two musicians based in Rīga, Latvia.
The Norwegian noise musician discusses running up stairs, understated drumming and pushing beyond the boundaries of metal music.
The panoramic ambient duo discuss the Norse discovery of Canada, strict minimalism and new album “Markland”.
Humidity and gradual paralysis. A 44-minute collaboration between drums and electronics.