Subtitle tilts and quiet disturbances. Electric soundscapes guided into self-sabotage.
Psychedelic electronics and pattering drum machines, floating out to the brink of spiritual curiosity.
Classical guitar intimately bound to cello. Duets of jagged turns and fluidly-evolving harmony.
Dorien Schampaert discusses algoraves, live coded improvisation and new album “This Is Fine”.
Five renditions of pieces by American minimalist Tom Johnson, performed by guitarist Tony Peña.
Walls of waste and shrieks of transcendence.
A discussion on family, Scottish landscapes and new album “Year Zero”.
Spoken word that speaks of the blur of emotional instinct, with beats provided by Beate Bartel and Gudrun Gut.
A three-part improvisation courtesy of Jason Köhnen and Balazs Pandi, recorded live in Budapest last year.