The Portland-based artist discusses extreme honesty, dragging the microphone and her record “My Home In The Year”.
A bustling, 41-minute contemplation on listening, understanding and occupancy.
Hydraulically enacted Morse code. Keyboards crushed against the limits of stereo.
Fractured civility for percussion and spluttering synthesiser.
Synth jams in the coal shed, collective escape, drum machine rebellion. The Sheffield-based artist discusses three important albums.
Cee Haines discusses sun-drenched cathedrals, their work alongside the LCO and new album, “The King”.
Empty concrete. Clarinet, vibraphone and drum machine doomed to eternally misalign.
Bomber jet bass lines and synthesiser scanning like searchlights. Sub-zero surveillance techno.
A melding of heart and guts. The Iranian sound artist and American vocalist discuss their new collaborative work: “Gospel”.
Grey shapes in different choreographies. Awaiting liberation.