Archive for August, 2011

Interview: Kogumaza

In part two of our SUPERSONIC FESTIVAL PREVIEW, Kogumaza’s Chris Summerlin and Katy Brown share their thoughts on Birmingham’s favourite experimental music weekend, as well as shedding light on their own shimmering psychedelic music.

Interview: Alexander Tucker

In the first interview of our SUPERSONIC FESTIVAL PREVIEW series, I spoke to Kent-based guitarist, singer and looper Alexander Tucker.

Review: Obake – S/T

Rare Noise Records presents a real rock-centric shapeshifter, featuring Massimo Pupillo of Zu.

Review: Pombagira – Iconoclast Dream

Subterranean vibrations from an Essex two-piece, stretched over a mammoth 42-minute track.

Review: Blue Sausage Infant – Negative Space

Warped cosmic ambience and krautrock jams from Washington’s Chester Hawkins.

Review: Picastro + Nadja – Fool, Redeemer

Two figures of Toronto’s music underground meld into a terrific whole.

Review: Rainbo Video – Shadow Relics

Glacial guitar-centric ambience from Chicago.

Review: Ramesses – Possessed By The Rise Of Magik

Sludgy, doomy Dorset trio redeem themselves, after a lacklustre EP released earlier this year.

Review: Gurun Gurun – S/T

Japanese-themed electroacoustic playtime from the Home Normal label.

Review: Premonition 13 – 13

Doom metal treasure Scott “Wino” Weinrich launches a brand new project.

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