All posts tagged low point

Review: Ex-Easter Island Head – Mallet Guitars Three

The third installment in the Liverpudlian ensemble’s “Mallet Guitars” series, recorded in an ex-nursing home.

Review: The Horse Loom – S/T

Steve Malley presents his eight-song debut as The Horse Loom, placing his virtuosic guitar playing within the context of brittle folk.

Review: Kyle Bobby Dunn – Bring Me The Head Of…

Dunn completes another exquisite double album on Low Point.

Review: Celer – Tightrope

Will Long recounts a visit to Tokyo in 2010 via a swirling 70-minute composition.

Review: Alex Cobb + Aquarelle – Split LP

A beautifully assembled split of soft drone and fizzing noise on Nottingham’s Low Point.

Review: Ben Fleury-Steiner – The Places that Find You

Guitars and electronics are mashed into bitcrushed soundscapes in the latest full length by the Delaware-based composer.

Interview: Kogumaza

In part two of our SUPERSONIC FESTIVAL PREVIEW, Kogumaza’s Chris Summerlin and Katy Brown share their thoughts on Birmingham’s favourite experimental music weekend, as well as shedding light on their own shimmering psychedelic music.

Review: Kogumaza – S/T

Psychedelic jams from Nottingham in the latest release on Low Point.

Review: Tim Catlin & Machinefabriek – Patina

Low Point presents the second collaboration between two sound artists on opposing sides of the globe.

Review: Gareth Hardwick – Sunday Afternoon

A quietly pleasant vinyl re-release from the Low Point label owner.