Archive for January, 2016
Profound spatial empathy and invisible audiences, in a series of gentle interactions between guitar, piano and strings.
Inward intimacy and dank space, in an album for fingerplucked guitars and peripheral chaos.
A strange mixture of meticulous orchestration and soft, spontaneous guitar work.
Pixelated hip-hop nightmares and ambient panoramas crammed into boxes. Part of a five-chapter series of experimental music from Portland.
Restless krautrock momentum gains murderous self-awareness.
Chris Videll bends broken wiring into beautiful shapes and sends high voltage flooding through them.
A bedroom psychedelia of manipulated percussion, coarse distortion and towering vocal loops.
Beautiful vocal momentum and peripheral haunts, in a new solo work by Faith Coloccia.
Vertical tension and the ripe crackle of otherwise aged tape.
A conversation with a conceptual artist on the weight of silences, recording the wind and the charm of accident.