Improvisations dunked in swamp muck.
Organs, bells, church acoustics. Peripheral action and central voids of opportunity.
Cocoons of interference, voices hummed through cotton, accidents looped into ownership.
An interview with Verz Imprint and a selection of tracks on the theme of “hitting things”.
Resting pulse and electronic promise.
Ester Kärkkäinen talks claustrophobia, the parallels between her noise and her photography, and her encounter with that girl in the bar.
Eternity plays host to the minuscule, in an album for bass guitar and electronics.
Tangents of memory and blurry fidelity, in a new half-hour composition on Murmur.
The Russian trio talk improvisatory punk and the process of becoming hideous.
Digestive rewiring and sonorous felt, in two vivid synthesiser works on Shelter Press.