Archive for April, 2015
Immersive lightsound and mathematical pattern, inspired by Ikeda’s recent CERN residency.
Piano as air thickening agent, turning a stereotypically sensitive instrument in a bold and irrefutable truth.
3am dislocation and MIDI am-dram fantasy, in a new split on Different Trains.
The power of sound and cutting the bullshit: Zu bassist Massimo Pupillo talks to ATTN.
A slow, writhing catharsis of sadness and psychological toxin.
Wading through a world of melting voices, electronic radiation and hidden intent.
Two alternate perspectives on voice and language, in a set of new exhibitions at Bristol’s Arnolfini gallery.
The chaos of micro-processes upon a panoramic blanket of stillness, in a new record by the project of Daniel W J Mackenzie.
Leaden synthesiser strobes and sideways techno elevators, as the electronic music festival returns from its three-year hiatus.