Archive for July, 2016
Electronic bubbles, staccato loops and Sunday harmonics.
Guitar loops blossom into waterfalls of distortion. Insignificant actions act as the foundations for panoramic event.
Choral voices muffled by time erosion; wading through the fog of misremembering.
Guitar improvisations arranged into patterns of potential meaning, courtesy of American electroacoustician Scott Miller and Estonian guitarist Mart Soo.
Prepared guitars in cramped spaces. Part rehearsal space, part unlicensed laboratory of impulse.
Organ improvisations from 20 Lithuanian cities, meticulously arranged and overlain.
Two sides, two acoustic scenarios, two onslaughts of sound.
The resurrected London group talk feedback, drum machines and the hyparchic future.
The classical avant-punk duo talk about the merits of working with Eric Lyon, crossed wires of punk lyricism and the cosy recording arrangement of “Covers”.
A blurred monochromatic photograph.