Archive for February, 2015
Precarious musical structures erupt as a cluster bomb of computer processing.
A musique concrete poem depicting the execution of Dismas, Gestas and Jesus of Nazareth.
The Poland-born composer discusses the allure of woodwind, the dislocation of vocal auto-tune and the forthright direction taken by his latest self-produced record, Bahar.
Cracked material and air expulsion, in a series of compositions by Joseph Kramer and Noé Cuéllar.
An 80 minute piano piece performed by Lenio Liatsou, and a mesmerising exercise in momentum and body weight circumvention.
Fire extinguisher static and constipated electronics, in two compositions for analog synth, mixing board and shortwave radio.
Spatial limitation and compassionate movement for electric bass, piano, synth and laptop.
Electronic synthesis removed from its computation vacuum, placed under the influence of weather and micro-variables.
Romance and clarity amidst a botched blanket of guitar improvisation and signal-bending.
Translucent intricacy from the edge of life, as signal and instrument protrude from cement-shaded murk. Part of the “A Year In The Country” series – an exploration of “underlying unsettledness/otherlyness to the English bucolic countryside dream”.