Archive for January, 2018
The throb and blur of jet lag.
Space unravelled / clocks knotted together. Yawning panoramas of placelessness by Martina Betti.
Breath and string, cast upon the waves of an unrested sea.
The Berlin/Tel Aviv artist discusses the act of the self-portrait, finding home in the piano and new EP “Untitled (2014-2016)”.
Discoloured air and fatal forward movement, inspired by the verses of Edgar Allen Poe.
Computer matrimony, floating outside of time, lounge music for fluorescent light tubes. The Los Angeles-based artist talks about three important albums.
Looking back on another year of listening and articulating.
Intimate reconfigurations of the sounds of daily life.
The Richmond-based musician discusses Friends For Equality, her early experiences with improvisation and her beautiful latest album as Spartan Jet-Plex.
Beauty and function. An immaculate distillation of ambient house.