Archive for April, 2014
Now that Ulver’s collaboration with Sunn O))) – “Terrestrials” – has been brought out into the light, Kris discusses the record’s dialogue with public expectation, the wilderness of improvisation and Ulver’s experiences in the world of theatre.
A two-part excursion from an improvisatory trio and wind/brass accompaniment, tracing both a journey through the sky and the inevitable descent.
Two extended jams of cramped improv and total rationality blackouts.
Rhythm takes COH and ATTN into a sub-reality airlock of lust and inconsequence.
A turbulent prophetic gateway into the claustrophobia of digital living.
The Slip Discs label co-founder introduces Handy: 12 shows in four cities (including an ATTN-sponsored Bournemouth date), featuring new works for six-string banjo and portable electronics.
A re-interpretation of “Mahina” by The Doomed Birds Of Providence, and a hazy recount of the 1899 cyclone of the same name.
The Austrian-born musician talks about how new album Bécs completes the Mego circle that started back in 1997, and how live performance pushes his music into dangerous and exciting uncertainty.
Folk songs cast across fluctuating ribbons of thought, and Cluck’s first album in seven years.