Cosmic change and microbial casualty. Spoken word perched upon panoramic atmospheres.
Ahead of the Taiwanese Experimental Music showcase at Cafe Oto on November 4th, Happened and ATTN explore the ever-growing experimental music scene in Taiwan.
Unrecognised chaos, underwater grunge, deceptive ambient movements. The Berlin-based musician discusses three important albums.
Ahead of Happened’s TAIWANESE EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC event at Café Oto, the Berlin-based artist discusses metaphysical conception, the notion of home and painting organic sound worlds from lifeless digital programming.
Ian Hawgood of the Home Normal label joins ATTN for a playlist and an interview. Also – a discussion with one of the founders of Ting Shuo Hear Say: an organisation and community based in Taiwan, centred on sound art and the act of listening.
With the release of their new album Krutch, the Newcastle duo discuss self-insult, lorry driver kudos and leaving the handbrake off.
In the next part of ATTN’s TAIWANESE EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC PREVIEW, the London-based sound hobbyist discusses dance music, carbonara and his plans for his performance at Café Oto.
Visceral violin drones. Churns and quakes. A life-force that predates me.
In the second part of our TAIWANESE EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC event preview, media artist Yen-Tzu Chang discusses emotional privacy, her relationship with material and the expression of childhood memories.
Profoundly mangled electronica. Way, way down the staircase. The debut release of the Turlin label.