Archive for March, 2017
A three-part improvisation courtesy of Jason Köhnen and Balazs Pandi, recorded live in Budapest last year.
Broken engines and support beams outstretched to nowhere. An exercise in persistence and discomfort.
An interview with Flaming Pines and a selection of pieces for the guitar.
The Lithuanian composer discusses weft, warp and her new album “Textile”.
Broken Americana and celestial harmonics, both pre- and post-oblivion.
The Italian discrete electronic trio discuss belonging, three-part canons and their latest album “Here”.
Bass, drums and saxophone circle the drain of death.
A collection of sparse, imperfect piano sketches originally intended for use in collaboration.
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.
Isolation psychedelia and multicultural inquisition, sprouting from within a wasteland of dead air.