Archive for May, 2017
Wretched ballads in unlit church basements.
A technological cityscape in construction. One thousand undiagnosed electronic faults.
The New York drummer/composer discusses sleeplessness, the attainment of trance states and new album “Northfield”.
Sounds burning up as they push through the atmosphere. Tape loops renewed with present tense purpose.
Tactile depth and architectural quiver. Four pieces of beautifully shaped electronic synthesis.
Broken nails, mangled instruments, medieval torture racks. Gruesomely tactile acoustic improvisation from Norway.
The Cheltenham-based producer discusses tape machine hiss, YouTube rips and new EP “Breathe, Repeat”.
An exquisite improvisatory theatre of dead-ends, double-drums and roof leakages.
Paul Thomsen Kirk discusses endless chatter, Hiroshima boat yards and new Akatombo album, Short Fuse.
Immaculate night-sky ambiences for guitar and synth. The mystique of unfathomable distance and the innate desire to explore it.