Archive for June, 2013
The German computer musician talks about his new album Super.Trigger, his work with the Subharchord, and his eclectic musical past.
In a new release on Unfathomless, the island of Lanzarote is geomorphically depicted through the oceans and volcanic processes running through it.
Three improvisers scrape across eachother in a new Aural Terrains outing.
Prettily packaged release from a Huddersfield trio, threading percussion and guitar strums through uplifting classical movements.
Bang The Bore present a contribution to an exhibition of work by Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson, currently showing at Southampton University’s John Hansard Gallery.
A new EP on Assembly Field, tracking back to Mark Walters’ winter visits to the UK.
The duo of Alexander Tucker and Daniel O’Sullivan subvert all that has gone before, in a new record on Thrill Jockey.
The duo relieve eight years of wait with a record that peers into the void at both ends of existence.
The Gruenrekorder label head investigates the island of Helgoland, once bombed into oblivion and now home to hundreds of bird species.
ATTN returns to Oto for cryptic modular synthesis, broken violins and clattering drum improvisation.