Archive for April, 2016
A strange spool of sound and manipulation, threaded together without the obstruction of self-analysis.
21 minutes of bitter noise-rock disputes from Russia.
Noise and claustrophobia; sound as analogue husk and failed execution.
Jérôme Deuson evokes the hazy memory of a rock record I used to adore.
Divine energy gushing in from the edges; a documented live performance for three choirs, six noise musicians and church organ.
Will Brooks (aka MC Dälek) discusses new album “Asphalt For Eden” as the hip hop group emerge from hiatus.