Archive for August, 2013
A searingly hot day in Kyoto sets up an improvised collaboration with thick, claustrophobic results.
A rambling, picture-packed diary of ATTN’s second Supernormal experience.
Solo guitar from a classically-trained player and electronic composer, embellished with a host of decorative and collaborative brushstrokes.
A sonic translation of Jacques Rigaut’s dada-tinged writings, in a 42-minute piece that is rich in sensation and ethereal in shape.
Filthy distortion and intimidating industry combine in a new release on Malignant.
Musical roles become blurred and tangled, in a new Slip Discs work for three composers and a solo guitar performer.
“Synthetic” music of moist and tangible form, in a new release on PAN.
A record of choral winds and thick amplifier vibration from duo Chip King and Lee Buford.
The British nomad stumbles into his next temporary home: the twang and solace of country music.
Furthering our SUPERNORMAL FESTIVAL PREVIEW, Lizzy Maries of Ghost Fuck zine discusses the medium, her motives and Supernormal’s 48-hour zine-making project.