All posts tagged Line

Interview: Triac

The Italian discrete electronic trio discuss belonging, three-part canons and their latest album “Here”.

Review: France Jobin – Singulum

Billowing sound and memories mid-formation.

Review: Tomas Phillips – Limit_Fold

Fishing for vibrant clarity in seas of monochrome obfuscation.

Review: Richard Garet – Meta

A sculpture in ode to sensory neglect and ill judgement.

Review: Seth Cluett – Forms Of Forgetting

Forgetting as a device of movement and replacement, in a mutative hanging sculpture of tone and rounded feedback.

Review: Francisco López – Presque Tout (Quiet Pieces: 1997 – 2013)

A seven-hour collection recorded over the past 20 years, and a tour across the perimeter of audibility.

Review: Domnitch + Gelfand + CoH + Prudence + Lopez + Tietchens – Liquified Sky

Sound art finds a wonderful visual counterpart in the marvels of quantum behaviour.

Review: William Basinski + Richard Chartier – Aurora Liminalis

The second collaboration between the two sound artists, taking the form of a beautiful 44-minute composition.

Review: Richard Chartier – Recurrence

The electronic sound artist re-works a composition from 2000 (entitled Series), driven by a desire to render the work “performable” in the live setting.

Review: Lawrence English – For / Not For John Cage

The Australian sound artist celebrates 100 years of John Cage with a new album based on his influence.