Archive for August, 2017
Materials smothered and wrenched, in an improvisatory duet on UZNAM.
The London improvisatory trio discuss pilates pumps, malfunctioning equipment and their double cassette “Mix One”.
Phoene Somsavath discusses the origins, experiences and ideas behind FRM-AT: a label, booking agency and event series based in Glasgow. Also: an interview with my brother.
Dogged hand-built techno with perished seams.
Drums, piano, saxophone. Stagger and stumble built from deft improvisatory choreography.
Refracted certainties and irrefutable hums. An evening of music at Peckham’s Rye Wax.
Post-punk hurled at a wall, intellectual slapstick, the loops of life. The Brooklyn-based composer and author discusses three important albums.
Members of Baba Vanga and Gurun Gurun. Listeners in slumber.
Ahead of her appearance at The Audacious Art Experiment’s Rare Synergy LAN Gathering 2017, Ewa Justka talks neon synthesisers, pre-transistor technology and weird acid techno.
Monika Khot on confronting discomfort, purging hatred and her new album on SIGE.