Archive for September, 2017

Interview: Rotten Bliss

Jasmine Pender discusses singing in public, strange voices on the Isle of Barra and new album “The Nightwatchman Sings”.

Review: Fumio Miyashita – Live On The Boffomundo Show

Two live performances from the Japanese psychedelic synthesiser extraordinaire, recorded in 1979 and 1980.

Review: Cavalier Song – A Deep Well

Terrible prescience, inexorable movement, uneven roads.

Radio: Resonance Extra – Episode 9 (26/09/2017)

Anna and Kristina of the Stoscha label join ATTN for an interview and playlist. Also: a selection of pieces and stories centred on the voice.


A corroded engine of dub and noise, bursting beyond its hapless physical confines.

Interview: Leafcutter John

Ahead of his appearance at Unconscious Archives, the London-based artist discusses the intricacies of contact mic creation and the percussive symphonies of the Norfolk coast.

Crucial Listening #8: Jessica Moss

Concerto storytelling, iso-polyphony, ensembles of weirdos. The Montreal-based violinist picks three important albums.

Review: Starving Poet – Eradicate Ex Machina

Scrunched up techno, visceral altitudes. The death of thinking straight.

Interview: Haco

The Japanese composer discusses nature, see-through voices and new album “Qoosui”.

Review: Ben Zucker – o ur gab

Mouth as gatekeeper, vessel, non-articulator. A vocal record upon which the voice is deliberately absent.

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