Archive for September, 2017
Jasmine Pender discusses singing in public, strange voices on the Isle of Barra and new album “The Nightwatchman Sings”.
Two live performances from the Japanese psychedelic synthesiser extraordinaire, recorded in 1979 and 1980.
Terrible prescience, inexorable movement, uneven roads.
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.
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.
Concerto storytelling, iso-polyphony, ensembles of weirdos. The Montreal-based violinist picks three important albums.
Scrunched up techno, visceral altitudes. The death of thinking straight.
The Japanese composer discusses nature, see-through voices and new album “Qoosui”.
Mouth as gatekeeper, vessel, non-articulator. A vocal record upon which the voice is deliberately absent.