Archive for October, 2017
Ian Hawgood of the Home Normal label joins ATTN for a playlist and an interview. Also – a discussion with one of the founders of Ting Shuo Hear Say: an organisation and community based in Taiwan, centred on sound art and the act of listening.
With the release of their new album Krutch, the Newcastle duo discuss self-insult, lorry driver kudos and leaving the handbrake off.
In the next part of ATTN’s TAIWANESE EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC PREVIEW, the London-based sound hobbyist discusses dance music, carbonara and his plans for his performance at Café Oto.
Visceral violin drones. Churns and quakes. A life-force that predates me.
In the second part of our TAIWANESE EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC event preview, media artist Yen-Tzu Chang discusses emotional privacy, her relationship with material and the expression of childhood memories.
Profoundly mangled electronica. Way, way down the staircase. The debut release of the Turlin label.
The New York-based musician discusses proto-VR, productive procrastination and new record “Body Consonance”.
Consequence, urgency, interconnectivity. Deliberative musique concréte compressed into the present tense.
Strange fog and irrefutable machinery.