Archive for May, 2014
With the revival of SUPERSONIC FESTIVAL now imminent, ATTN talks to Matt Cargill from Hampshire’s Sly & The Family Drone to discuss sonic physicality, crowd participation and their involvement in the festival itself.
The implication of danger and imminent change haunts a record that otherwise lingers in a retro-future stasis, as the figure behind Blue Sausage Infant emerges under his own name.
The Montreal-based artist/composer/curator guides ATTN through the experience of her unique “Immersound” event series, and discusses the gravitation toward quieter sonic constructions in her own work.
Achromatic colours and unpleasant rotary motors, in an album by London’s James Shearman and Charlie Wheatley.
Mortality swallowed up and reborn within the void of winter, courtesy of two codependent orchestrators of guitars and electronics.
“Self-incestuous noise inception” by Marc Urselli, released in a gorgeous laser-engraved bamboo box.
A compilation curated by Sound Reasons, gathering artists from the label’s roster and festival lineups.
The Berlin-based duo take to tumbling hillsides of springtime pop and boneless bio-electronics.
Temporal states, drab habit and muscle failure, in an intense show at Cafe Blitz.
Breathless punk and snarled, grotesque disbelief, in the band’s re-issued debut long player from 1983.