FLUF. 62 tracks, none of which breach the 30-second mark, designed for shuffle playing. If a linear album is like a roll of parchment, Flocking KF Variations is a rattling sack: each piece a marble randomly extracted from the bag, inspected briefly for the swirls of colour inside, then tossed
INDEX: 1: 13 January 2019 2: 16 January 2019 1: 13 January 2019 Flicked spittle, scrunched aluminium foil, choirs of ripped fabric, the squeaks of shuffling polystyrene blocks. I pull all of these textures out of the landfill of mixer feedback, and then mutter to myself about how it’s
Stephen McEvoy of the FLUF label discusses self-restraint, tinnitus and time in reverse. Also: a playlist of grubby guitars. You can also find Stephen’s Tuuun project over at tuuun.org or on Twitter. His project based on resynthesised tinnitus sounds, titled Twenty Ongoing Tones, is up on Bandcamp here.