Listener hallucination and ruptured continuity.
Post-rave drives, bunk bed fevers, making a happening. The LA-based sound artist discusses three important albums.
A brain bulging and churning. Low drones pressing inward.
Ahead of their UK/EU tour with Amenra, the Japanese band discuss ritualistic performances, shaking the air and their 2017 album “Dear”.
Visceral headaches. Barely danceable drawl.
Otherly harmonic gleaming. The levitational powers of water.
Remo Seeland of Hallow Ground discusses the instigation of visions through listening. Also – a collection of listening memories.
The Copenhagen-based artist discusses the meeting of multiple sine waves, composing through drawing and new album “Paranon”.
Intention and restraint via computerised proxy, captured at The Baltic Centre For Contemporary Art back in September 2002.
The smash of fallen strobe lights. Fractured forewarning.