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Interview: Slowpitch

PHOTO BY ALEX ZALEUSKA

Interview: Shiva Feshareki

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Review: Qype Dikir – KIKSGFR021

Subtitle tilts and quiet disturbances. Electric soundscapes guided into self-sabotage.

Review: Metalized Man – Losing Your Virginity: Metalized Boy’s First Adventures Into Manhood

Hyperreal threats and collapsing nightclubs. A debut that captures the thrill and trepidation of first-time experiences.

Review: Elephant House – Pony Ride

Psychedelic electronics and pattering drum machines, floating out to the brink of spiritual curiosity.

Review: Simon Thacker + Justyna Jablonska – Karmana

Classical guitar intimately bound to cello. Duets of jagged turns and fluidly-evolving harmony.

Interview: Belisha Beacon

algorave photo

Dorien Schampaert discusses algoraves, live coded improvisation and new album “This Is Fine”.

Review: Tony Peña – TomJohnsonForSix

Five renditions of pieces by American minimalist Tom Johnson, performed by guitarist Tony Peña.

Review: Pharmakon – Contact

Walls of waste and shrieks of transcendence.

Interview: Gideon Wolf

Gideon Wolf - Year Zero - Rain Pt. 2

A discussion on family, Scottish landscapes and new album “Year Zero”.

Review: Myra Davies – Sirens

Spoken word that speaks of the blur of emotional instinct, with beats provided by Beate Bartel and Gudrun Gut.

Review: Köhnen Pandi Duo – Darkness Comes In Two’s

A three-part improvisation courtesy of Jason Köhnen and Balazs Pandi, recorded live in Budapest last year.