Archive for April, 2016

Review: Kib Elektra – Blemishes

A body teased apart by digital chaos and corruption.

Review: Giant Gutter From Outer Space – Stumm

Bass / drum duo evoking avalanches and stalled mechanics.

Review: VOX SOL – A Place Colder And Brighter Than The Days Of His Youth

Crumpled memory and computer sabotage.

Review: Treyverb – A Year Without Words

Shoegaze guitars and charming repetition, lifted into idle and idyllic clouds of thought.

Review: Suplington – Music For Life Cycles (I-VII)

Pulsation, arpeggiation, reconfiguration.

Review: France Jobin – Singulum

Billowing sound and memories mid-formation.

Review: Le Revelateur – Hyper

A labyrinth of digital gateways and three-dimensional synthesis.

Interview: Laura Cannell

The fiddle / recorder player talks about trawling through Early Music, the allure of the deconstructed bow and accidental collaborations with coach house bells.

Review: Various Artists – This Is Kologo Power!

An exquisite collection of Ghanaian kologo music.

Interview: Andrew Tuttle

The Brisbane based composer talks about the exaggerated drama of the injury crisis, his upcoming Stockholm residency and new album “Fantasy League”.

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