Archive for September, 2010

Review: RST – The Sunset Limited

The haunting drone fall-out of a post-apocalyptic town, courtesy of Andrew Moon’s RST project.

Interview: William Bennett (Cut Hands, Whitehouse)

The long-time creator of extreme music discusses the live shows and upcoming release of his “Afro Noise” project, Cut Hands.

Preview: Supersonic Festival 2010

Brum’s beautifully eclectic music festival kicks off a month today. Following the last few additions to an already cracking line up, Music Editor Jack skims over his most anticipated acts of what is always his favourite weekend of the year.

Review: Hildur Guðnadóttir – Mount A

Gorgeous solo album from Icelandic cellist gets a re-release.

Review: James Blackshaw – All Is Falling

Marvelous display from the talented Young God Records 12-stringer.

Review: Pale Sketcher – Pale Sketches Demixed

An unremarkable debut for Justin Broadrick’s new electro project, in which a batch of Jesu outtakes are lazily “demixed”.

Review: Kyle Bobby Dunn – Rural Route No. 2

Sublime two-track EP from New York-based ambient composer.

Review: Gareth Hardwick – Of the Sea and Shore

An alluring two-track EP of coast-inspired ambience.

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