Perceptual geographies, Dylan’s near misses, Coltrane’s unresolved places. The LA-based artist and composer discusses three important albums. Byron’s picks: Maryanne Amacher – Sound Characters (Making The Third Ear) Bob Dylan – Planet Waves John Coltrane – Sun Ship Byron’s fabulous new record, Mirror Views, is out now via Ash
A playlist of music inspired by the interviews, reviews and podcasts that featured on ATTN in 2017. ***** MIXCLOUD LINK WILL BE POSTED HERE WHEN AVAILABLE ***** Tracklist: 1. Phil Maguire – Brak 1 2. Midwife – Song For An Unborn Sun 3. Byron Westbrook – What We Mean When We Say Body Language 4.
Sonic tactility is a strange thing. We can talk about how Byron Westbrook’s new record, Body Consonance, mimics the sensation of being plucked and flicked from the inside. At times I can feel the weight of his electronics pressing down against my head, soft and slightly moist. The surface
A conversation/playlist with Adam Barringer of English record label Champion Version. Lathe cuts and endless repeats. Also: a playlist of pieces on sleeplessness and circadian dislocation. TRACKLIST: PART ONE: SLEEPLESSNESS Markus Mehr – Dyschronia Lärmschutz – Deep Sleep Ekin Fil – Silent-Alive Teruyuki Nobuchika – La Reve Demen – Illdrop Byron Westbrook – Infinite Sustain
Precipice isn’t immaculate. I listen closely and I can hear where the stitching has come loose; electronic textures fraying into lower fidelities or oozing interference where holes in the fabric have started to emerge. Westbrook tilts the tones of “Infinite Sustain” back and forth so that different sides catch