Archive for December, 2017
A majestic melodic truth, pressing through phantom choirs and gothic fogs of incoherence.
High vibration resonance, nostalgia in dub, ecstatic dancing. The Oakland-based composer discusses three important albums.
A playlist of music inspired by the interviews, reviews and podcasts that featured on ATTN in 2017.
The Swiss composer discusses persistent strangeness, additive process and new album “Selected Ambient”.
Brute force psychedelia. Enlightenment as a bloody and unglamorous thing.
With the release of her new record “Reaching For Indigo”, Haley Fohr discusses states of nowness, electricity coursing through wires and her ever-changing relationship with the voice.
A metronome counting the unfulfilled in-between. An immutable clattering of limbs and objects.
Ever-ascending love, walls of bass, deep listening on the Northern line. The London-based composer/experimental turntablist discusses three important compositions.
Slipping in amongst the dots / sinking into the ocean. A night of quiet electronics courtesy of Baba Yaga’s Hut.
Feverish, celestial distractions clogging the free-flow of thought.