Skimming improvisations for guitar and drums, courtesy of two renowned Norwegian improvisers.
No-input mixer. Autophagic theorising.
Prepared solo double bass. Fatigue and disrepair.
Black Sabbath backseat boombox, clearing the room with Melvins, 100 miles of Neurosis. The author of Doomed To Fail: The Incredibly Loud History Of Doom, Sludge And Post-Metal discusses three important albums.
The hum that binds the mountain to its perceiver.
The slow draining of paradise.
The attainment of meditative states without strain or artifice.
Lost and hopeless, Gaspar Noé colour palettes, ghosts in the city. The Paris-based musician discusses three important albums.
The strange glow at the back of the room.