Archive for August, 2014

Review: Fossil Aerosol Mining Project – 17 Years In Ektachrome

Dead dictaphones and limp movement, in a 50-minute drift through the musique concrete purgatory.

Interview: ArcTanGent Festival

The debut of UK’s ArcTanGent took root in the ideological overlap between the micro-genres of math rock, post rock and noise rock. With this year’s edition imminent, festival director Goc O’Callaghan talks about the cultivation of festival atmosphere and the considerations behind assembling the lineup.

Review: John Kannenberg – A Sound Map Of The Art Institute Of Chicago

Art and architecture become fluid in the vehicle of human conversation and footsteps, as Kannenberg paints the institute like a vivid recent memory.