Archive for March, 2012
Rapid fire improvisation from two of experimental music’s most intriguing figures.
With her collaborative dates alongside Maja Ratkje commencing tonight, laptop improviser Ikue Mori talks to ATTN.
Following the imposing darkness of “Black Pyramid”, AUN stagger out into light and liberation.
Panella’s follow up to 2010’s “Eastern Landscapes” sees him gather rhythmic momentum and rise cautiously out of slumber.
A mammoth interview regarding Broadrick’s upcoming record as JK Flesh, along with speculation as to the future music of Godflesh and Jesu.
SoundFjord gallery present the new exhibition by Graham Dunning, founded on a gem of a discovery at a car boot sale.
In the run up to her live collaboration with Ikue Mori, Norweigan performer/composer Maja Ratkje talks about collaboration, experimental music and vocal limits.
Lo-fi acoustic sketches from Nathan Amundson, recorded prior to his recent “We’re Fucked” full length.
The prolific “sound dramatist” talks about his album “Guts”, which involves the violent dissection of an old piano.
A Polish composer and sound designer presents his soundtrack to James Hartley’s film “Arrhythmia”.