Archive for March, 2015
Bodily re-wiring and improvisation subsumed by the nausea of digi-corruption.
Flirtatious nature and improvisatory curveball, in a dialogue for instruments and animals.
Ascending into partial memories, in a new half-hour tape on Reckno.
Self-reflection in solo electric guitar, and a delicate rouse from four years of silence.
Paul Thomsen Kirk re-purposes dance music’s infinite return as a purgatory for the dark, the suppressed and the forgotten.
Gestures I can never know, courtesy of double bass, guitar and drums.
The Berlin-based composer talks about the omnipresence of melody, breaking instruments and his new album, Brittle Love.
The Madrid-born sound artist discusses extreme dynamic range and the arrangement of space, ahead of his quadrophonic performance at Cafe Oto this Saturday.
Songs of fluidity and porosity for piano, voice and the coming and going of memory.
Guitars and drums used as they shouldn’t be, in a super live interchange recorded at the Hara Museum in Tokyo.