Archive for July, 2012
Turntables, transducers, contact mics and “various objects” comprise the arsenal of a compelling sound artist from Indiana.
Composer Profokiev and cellist Gregson explore the motifs of grime and rave in the context of classical music.
Dunn completes another exquisite double album on Low Point.
Saxophone and drums dance and brawl in 50 minutes of colourful, dynamic jazz improv.
The London-based sound artist presents a live soundtrack to Italy’s first ever feature film, L’Inferno, as part of an ongoing series events at SoundFjord’s SOUND//SPACE.
ATTN explores Southern Records’ Latitudes Sessions: a series of extra-special limited runs, recorded at Southern Studios in London.
London sound artist Luke Younger utilises live improvisation as the basis for his latest full length.
The Liverpool-based composer delivers what he believes to be his least digital work to date.
Review: Alan Morse Davies + Gillian Stevens – Y Crythor Du a’r Bleiddiaid / The Black Crwth Player And The Wolves
A Hong Kong composer joins forces with an English musical therapist.
Two sound artists explore a wondrous optical illusion through audio.