Archive for November, 2016
15 hushed, fingerplucked adaptions of Emily Dickinson’s poetry.
Tape loops of pianos and strings, dissolving into the act of over-cherishing.
Champagne and skyscraper foundations.
Trevor Thornton discusses his podcasted enactment of serendipitous discovery.
Ambient orchestration. The tales of a mind in transit to elsewhere.
A record scavenged from lo-fi corrosion and wonky recordings, courtesy of Joe Thompson (Hey Colossus, Henry Blacker) and Kek (Hacker Farm, Ice Bird Spiral).
Extended drones for zither and chord organ. An eternally evolving effort to understand.
A negotiation between gradual adjustment and perceptual reframing.
Two different improvisatory odes to the art of almost, courtesy of Russia’s spina!rec.
Bass guitars, drum machines, repetition. Rock ‘n’ roll stripped from the clutter of semantics and direction.