Archive for November, 2011

Review: Hiroki Sasajima – Bells

Drones and tones are coaxed out of the rustle of field recordings in this 36-minute piece on Ahora Eterno.

Review: Nils Frahm – Felt

The German composer explores the intimacy of the night in his latest full length on Erased Tapes.

Review: Benoît Honoré Pioulard – Plays Thelma

American musician Thomas Meluch gives rise to the ambience of the land and sea.

Review: Pascal Savy – Liminal

Four brief cuts of reclusive electronic ambience on the Feedback Loop label.

Review: Alexander Berne and the Abandoned Orchestra – Flickers of Mime / Death of Memes

Elaborate soundscaping from composer Alexander Berne in his latest double-album on Innova.

Interview: White Hills

Prior to their stellar set at SUPERSONIC FESTIVAL last month, Dave W. of White Hills spoke to ATTN about their recent European tour and their latest album, Hp-1.

Interview: Martin A. Smith

Prior to his “Written on Silence” exhibition at GV Art gallery – running from 24th to 26th of November – Martin A. Smith spoke to ATTN about the themes behind the exhibition, and its execution within a gallery context.

Review: Broken Harbour – Gramophone Transmissions

Canada’s Blake Gibson explores illuminative grandeur and hideous darkness in his latest CDR.

Review: Dean McPhee – Son of the Black Peace

Tranquil composition for solo guitar in the UK-based virtuoso’s latest full length.

Review: Thorsten Soltau + Preslav Literary School – Grün wie Milch / Alamut

Musique concrete and Bach drones meet in a picture disc split on Corvo.

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