Archive for October, 2016
The Norwegian composer, bassist and vocalist discusses the utopian joys of touring, the masculinity of societal structures and the new album by her band MoE.
Vinyl records inscribed with intimate memories, then used as the source material for a set of crackling rhythmic collage.
A vivid simulation of aircraft noise, created using hand-made synthesisers and guitar pedal FX.
The Berlin musician discusses incessant decentralisation and her new record, “Anzar”.
Early Music teased away from the stave, in a series of one-take improvisations for overbowed fiddle and double recorder.
Small phrases expanded into fully-fledged melancholic haunts, courtesy of spoken word artist Matt Finney and sound artist Siavash Amini.
The Copenhagen composer talks about new album Mooncore, atmospheric tension and deconstructing the drum set.
Extracts of a dense and vibrant kosmische eternity.
A collection of unreleased tracks from the Iranian sound artist. The tracing of a chronology that wasn’t.
Two pieces of compositional stillness, forcefully hauled through the passage of time.