A ballet of flooded time and bristling absences.
The future-facing lutist discusses the rebellion of trance-states, the power of architecture and his new album.
Soulful and half-wept confessions, sung into the fire.
Boisterous dancing at the centre, cyclical ambient blooming at the edges.
Creation in solitude, human connection, rhythms in collision. The Norwegian composer / singer discusses her three important albums.
Stephen McLaughlin discusses the cultivation of visceral energy, late night studio sessions, and the roots of his interest in sonic tension.
Justin Small discusses playing the faders, slowing time and DMST’s latest album, “Stubborn Persistent Illusions”.
Porcelain, water and environment. Elongated resonances and flickers of unusual detail.
The twisting and smearing of sudden retrospect. An improvisatory guitar album recorded live with no overdubs.
Cosmic change and microbial casualty. Spoken word perched upon panoramic atmospheres.