Archive for May, 2017
Repellent forces and molecular ripple.
Theatrical staggering, feigned teetering, false tottering. Improvisation for drums, contrabass, guitar and woodwind.
Improvisatory pianist Delphine Dora discusses her own work and her label, Wild Silence. Also – a playlist of 53 songs in 40 minutes.
The needle and the tape. An ode to analogue fidelity and compounded imperfection.
Bass-induced nausea, splayed woodsaw feedback, remix driven auto-cannibalism.
Collages of Hebridean field recording, gale force distortion and the first inclination of the mind.
Intimate and spontaneous pontifications for voice, banjo and drums.
Dented percussion and somersaulted appendages. Improvisational junk noise.
The Moscow musician discusses artistic intuition, sharing nightmares with friends and new EP “Stigmatization”.
Botched jigsaws of human bough, gurgling circuitry and clotted orifice.