Archive for January, 2012
Soft ambient emissions in this sold out cassette edition from Avant Archive.
Claustrophobic noise collages from an elusive LA sound artist.
Playfully gentle indie pop from Belgium, released on Tripostal and Totokoko.
The NY composer/multi-instrumentalist provides an insight into his “Cold Pin” installation – in which piano strings are placed along walls and set into vibratory life through motorised devices – ahead of his performance at PAN Festival at Cafe Oto this week.
Night time dreamscapes of space and nature are brought to life by this three-piece ambient collective.
Vibrant emotional contrasts rise up from within Baroque, Middle Eastern and Classical influences in Kang’s new work on Ipecac.
Three Dutch improvisers lay poised in a state of quiet, in a new release on Hibernate.
A brief EP of cold mechanism and communicative electronics, laced with the lightest essence of organic warmth.
Top-notch installation work from the New York composer and artist.
The Opalio brothers retreat once more to their Alien Zone in the Western Alps to produce a work of contemplative acoustic fingerpicking and dazzling synthesiser kaleidoscopes.