Archive for October, 2013
A fascinating collaboration between modular synthesiser improvisation and field recordings of frogs.
A venture into the bleaker side of Australian colonial history, trudging through pastoral folk terrain.
Ikeda completes his Raster Noton trilogy with another exploration of the potentials between “sound and data” and “data and sound”.
An album of ethereal trip-hop mantras that beckon the infinite into being.
Their first proper studio effort since 2007, and an immaculate arranged explosion of colour and power.
The three-piece stride out of the murk with renewed clarity of thought.
Eight rickety jams from a band that always look set to break.
A Hampshire-founded surge of momentum, rhythm and tape manipulation.
A free jazz-informed flow of frailty and constantly rekindled momentum.
After the turbulence of 2011’s “For You, Sleepsleeper”, Finger embraces the wonder of standstill.