Archive for April, 2012
Guy-Marc Hinant and Dominique Lohle capture interviews and performances of China’s most prominent noisemakers.
The bass/drum duo rectify the awkward onward step of their previous full-length, “God Is Good”.
Micro-scale improvisation for sax, harps, cassette and “various objects”.
A new project of Gianluca Favron and Ennio Mazzo, exploring the evocation of physics via audio.
Having reclaimed their stellar reputation with new album “Koloss”, the Swedish metal band prove their live performance is of an equally daunting standard.
Ominous drones and noise comprise Liberez’s straightjacket of sound, in their debut release on Alter.
A tangled mash of electronics, live drums and an eclectic array of sonic others, released for free on naboamusic.
Maya culture inspires a new work by Jeremy Haladyna; his second on Innova.
Soft ambience of electronics and field recordings, courtesy of Hampshire’s Tom Honey.
Stumbling improvisation between guitar and drums, which proves to be jittery in its vocabulary but assured in its direction.