All posts tagged Eliane Radigue
Snot-caked pants, wild banshee shit, the cadence and emphasis of Robert Ashley. The New York-based composer and multi-instrumentalist discusses three important albums.
Fearless four-track improvisations, spiritual jazz recurrence, manipulations of passing time. Lorena Quintanilla discusses three important albums.
The sensations of listening to music of extended duration.
High vibration resonance, nostalgia in dub, ecstatic dancing. The Oakland-based composer discusses three important albums.
Ever-ascending love, walls of bass, deep listening on the Northern line. The London-based composer/experimental turntablist discusses three important compositions.
The turntablist/composer discusses circular movement, Deep Listening and her new project involving Lee Gamble, Éliane Radigue and a cave in the Peak District.
Rhodri Davies, Dominic Lash and Nate Wooley perform three pieces from Éliane Radigue’s OCCAM series.
A rambling observation of listening and semi-consciousness.
Important Records re-releases three wondrous pieces of Radigue drone from the 70s and 80s.
The closing night of Sound And Music’s glorious two-week retrospective.