Archive for January, 2014
A versatile record from a Nordic trio, with right-angles of rock melting in fluid, loose-limbed gradients of free jazz.
Ian Watson indulges in the near-communication of analogue electronics, in a new release on hairdryer excommunication.
Two improvisations for guitar, synths, field recordings and percussion.
A roadtrip across Mali and Senegal, captured on dictaphone.
A rambling observation of listening and semi-consciousness.
A 3″ CD of alien exhales and intangible unknowns, inspired by Max Leonard Hitchings’ short story “Lumen”.
Thick guitar drones birth ritualistic mystery, in the group’s Knockturne debut.
The shortlist for The Arts Foundation Award evoke an eclectic freeze-frame of contemporary and experimental music: Jennifer Walshe, Richard Skelton, Rie Nakajima and Lina Lapelyte.
Three-way improvisation and quick-footed composition, traversing the vast “rock music” blanket.
A quiet and engrossed Cafe Oto plays host to two artists orbiting the sphere of singer/songwriter.