Archive for September, 2016

Review: Tse Tse Fly – Easy Listening Volume One

A compilation of curious and wonderful sound art from across the Middle East, curated by Dubai-centred sound art collective, Tse Tse Fly.

Review: Exhaustion/Wanders – II

Shell-shocked improvisation from Australian trio Exhaustion, in collaboration with saxophonist Kris Wanders.

Review: Sly & The Family Drone – Appetite For Tax Deduction

Noises that wither and die of their own accord. An exercise in hopelessness.

Review: Bourgeois Speedball – Red Threads

The sounds of protest and subverted sampling, dangled carefully from the scaffold of danceable beats.

Review: Hypnopazūzu – Create Christ, Sailor Boy

A symphonious record of eternal flow and terrible fate, by the new duo of David Tibet and Youth.

Interview: Idle Chatter

Prior to their launch night on Thursday 22nd September, the artistic collective behind Salford’s new venue space talk about forging a community and catering for Manchester’s vast experimental music scene.

Review: Hans Tammen – Deus Ex Machina

Sabotaged certainties and computer seizure – a series of live performances for Tammen’s self-made “Endangered Guitar”.

Review: Hifiklub – Mayol

Ascension and disappearance. A 45-minute improvisatory collaboration with Scanner, featuring the din of a French rugby match.

Review: Sarah Rasines – Tommy Hilfiger

Accordion, hob, electronics, gone. There’s no time.

Review: Razen – Endrhymes

A fire drill folding in on itself. Future-gazing electronics and archaic instrumentation in collision.

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