Archive for March, 2014
Rounding off his artist residency alongside Oxford Contemporary Music and Pitt Rivers Museum, Nathaniel Mann prepares for a finale performance entitled “Rough Music”, featuring a piece composed for custom bronze meat cleavers. ATTN finds out about his 18 months at the museum, his work with Dead Rat Orchestra and the process behind instrument invention.
A seven-hour collection recorded over the past 20 years, and a tour across the perimeter of audibility.
A file-swapping collaboration paints the point at which the digital leaks over the corporeal.
Michael Gardiner presents an EP comprised entirely of train sounds, reshaping familiar form until only essence remains.
Clumsy steps and deep listening, in a new percussive workout on Miasmah.
“Dead end” music on Little Crackd Rabbit, built upon final words and degraded signal.
Wil Bolton and Phil Edwards pair up suburban park life with pylons of drone.
Following the release of “The Great Sonic Wave”, Osman Arabi talks to ATTN about the physicality of sculptural sound, the affection of landscape and the experience of working with Alan Dubin (Gnaw, Khanate).
A turbulent and majestic exercise in realising an inner music, harnessing all the discord in the translation from concept to corporealisation.
Matthew Collings melts into the loose narratives of half-memory and shoegaze.