Archive for July, 2011

Review: Sankt Otten – Gottes Synthesizer

70s/80s synthesiser worship from the German instrumental duo.

Interview: Aidan Baker (Nadja, Whisper Room, Infinite Light Ltd)

Toronto/Berlin-based musician talks about his latest releases – including his solo work, and albums under Nadja, Whipser Room and Infinite Light Ltd – and the experience of taking his music into the live environment.

Review: Pikacyu*Makoto – OM Sweet Home: We Are Shining Stars From Darkside

Psychedelic collaboration between guitarist Makoto Kawabata (Acid Mothers Temple) and drummer/vocalist Pikacyu (Afrirampo).

Review: Nate Wooley/Chris Corsano/C Spencer Yeh – 7 Storey Mountain

The second release in Nate Wooley’s “Seven Storey Mountain” series.

Review: Offthesky – The Beautiful Nowhere

Ethereal ambient workouts from sound artist M. Jason Corder.

Review: Ellen Fullman – Through Glass Panes

Four new pieces from the Memphis-born composer and her “long string instrument”.

Review: Seth Horvitz – Eight Studies For Automatic Piano

Computer-aided composition inspired by Charlemagne Palestine, James Tenney, Gy├Ârgy Ligeti and Conlon Nancarrow.

Review: The Cosmic Dead – S/T

Outer-space instrumental psychedelia from Glasgow.

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