Archive for December, 2012
The former Yellow Swans member puts out a new solo work on Miasmah.
A limited cassette on Komino, capturing the ghost of industry lingering in Mahoney’s hometow of Lachine in Quebec.
Guitarist vocalist Johannes Persson talks about the band’s new album “Vertikal”, which takes its inspiration from the stylings of Fritz Lang’s “Metropolis”.
A new release on Impulsive Habitat, comprised of unprepared field recordings from Australia.
A beautiful melt of string drones and misplaced found sounds, in the latest outing by Phil Edwards.
A collection of works spanning three decades, tracking the creative pursuits of one of the Moog sythesiser’s key innovative forces.
ATTN looks back at a year of sonic experience.
Fabio Perletta explores the increasing empathy between man and robots, in a new outing on Murmur Records.
Two new pieces explore Nasciuti’s journey back to his hometown, and subsequently exhibit the fleeting temporality of joyous resolve.
The electronic sound artist re-works a composition from 2000 (entitled Series), driven by a desire to render the work “performable” in the live setting.