Archive for March, 2017

Review: Köhnen Pandi Duo – Darkness Comes In Two’s

A three-part improvisation courtesy of Jason Köhnen and Balazs Pandi, recorded live in Budapest last year.

Review: David Vélez – Apathy Spreads

Broken engines and support beams outstretched to nowhere. An exercise in persistence and discomfort.

Radio: Resonance Extra – Episode 3 (28/03/2017)

An interview with Flaming Pines and a selection of pieces for the guitar.

Interview: Egidija Medekšaitė

The Lithuanian composer discusses weft, warp and her new album “Textile”.

Review: Oikos – The Great Upheaval

Broken Americana and celestial harmonics, both pre- and post-oblivion.

Interview: Triac

The Italian discrete electronic trio discuss belonging, three-part canons and their latest album “Here”.

Review: Orthodox – Supreme

Bass, drums and saxophone circle the drain of death.

Review: Ian Hawgood – Love Retained

A collection of sparse, imperfect piano sketches originally intended for use in collaboration.

Interview: Nonconnah

The duo formerly known as Lost Trail talk about new album The Gloom And The Glowing, the grandeur in collapse and the process of settling into a new artistic and geographic home.

Review: Ak’chamel – Transmissions from Boshqa

Isolation psychedelia and multicultural inquisition, sprouting from within a wasteland of dead air.

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