Archive for May, 2013
The English composer sheds the Maitreya moniker to deliver his first album in nine years.
Harpist Mary Lattimore exhibits the beauty of subtle asymmetry.
The Parisian cellist gathers some of Japan’s most notorious musicians (Ryuichi Sakamoto, Keiji Haino, Otomo Yoshihide, Sachiko M and many more) for session in a Tokyo studio.
Four composers put the quartet in a variety of different guises, in a collection that showcases their technical talent and malleability.
New sounds on Corvo, teasing the vibrations of found sounds, chimes, strings and more into unnatural harmonies and decays.
Philippe Lamy becomes the next artist to enter Mystery Sea’s liquid thematic.
Solo CD-R from a Parisian composer and architect graduate, consisting of two extended pieces of drone and mishap.
Fluid improvisation meets ugly sheets of noise, in a coming together of two well-versed names in experimental music.
Two long pieces by Erik K. Skodvin take ATTN through sansaric transition and weightlessness.
Uncompromising solitude and social saturation meet head on, in a new split on Armed Within Movement.