Archive for October, 2016
Bleating clarinets, spindles of plucked strings and clunky mallet percussion prop up little clusters of abstract folk. Originally released in 2006, rightfully repressed on Discrepant.
The Danish composer discusses his SOUND X SOUND project, the obliteration of musical power structures and a festival that will never happen.
A selection of intimate performances for church organ and solo voice, as part of London’s Organ Reframed festival.
Lonely tape extracts brought into rhythmic and atmospheric unity.
Simple gestures for viola and FX. An ode to the nourishment of the present tense.
Following the release of new album Climata, the Cork-based composer discusses the process of recording inside James Turrell’s Skyspaces, the elasticity of space and the sensation of dwelling within Nietzsche’s “eternal return”.
Loose, often drowsy improvisation from Utrecht, using graphical representations of sleep measurements as a score.
17 short trumpet pieces exploring all the potential pathways of breath.
Industry, biomechanics, ubiquity. An ode to technological extremity.