Archive for June, 2014
A three-part quest and conversation on the notion of “deliberate music”: the experimental exchange of “Alice Studies”, the declarative findings of “Line Drawings” and the open debate of “Studies”.
Jack leads and pachinko machine wiring is taped directly onto listener neurons, in a new collaboration between PAIN JERK and Anla Courtis.
An eternal work of decay and rebuild, driven forward by faint hazes of dubstep and krautrock.
Clarinets paint landscapes in gentle strokes of watercolour, in an album that traces a connection between walking and musical improvisation.
The 16-foot pipe organs of Cornish churches – St Paul (Ludgvan), St Winnow (Towednack), St Uny (Lelant), St Wyllow (Lanteglos), St Cyrus and Juliette (St Veep) – pump movement through my sensory everything.
A piano autopsy conducted from all angles, founded on the constant presence of intense, meditative concentration.
A tranquil sonic eco-system of electronics, acoustic instruments and found sounds, caught in a cloud of space-time confusion.
Existence in synthesised movement, as machines emulate human reflex and vice versa.
Self-generation and noise monophony, in a co-release on Outsider Art and Amps Against Trend.
The latest monophonic, mechanical extraction from the pseudo-archives of R.B.