Archive for February, 2014
Thoughts and memories evade placement, in a new project from Oliver Barrett (Petrels).
Cafe Oto plays host to an eclectic, chaotic congregation of the Japanese avant garde.
The minimalist composer presents a work that tilts between my perceptual radius and another dimension of listening.
Bubbling rainbow sound from Cameron Stallones.
The convulsive, off balance soundtrack to an upcoming dance film produced by Toby Driver.
Frictional, confined improvisation for a clarinet/cello/drum trio.
Loose, dehydrated rock ‘n’ roll on Riot Season.
Following her performance as part of The New Experimentalists at Southbank – and just an hour prior to winning The Arts Foundation grant at the 2014 awards – Rie Nakajima spoke to ATTN about performance context, audience reaction and sculptural sound.
A 10-strong lineup celebrates the release of C93’s new album, “I Am The Last Of All The Field That Fell”.
Anaerobic punk competes with a world constantly rattling and screaming around it.