FALT. The electricity is fresh and harsh. Boiling hot and jagged at the edges. PHASE is a documentation of now, here, devoid of mediation, devoid of the corrective measures of overdubbing and re-recording, devoid of softening echoes and abstractive FX chains, devoid of the cooling effect of excessive human touch.
Lucia H Chung
On 4th November at London’s Café Oto, event organiser Happened will be presenting Taiwanese Experimental Music: a showcase of four musicians from Taiwan, all of whom have their own unique method of upturning the conventional means of manipulating, consolidating and presenting sound and performance. Of course, the term “experimental”
I first met Martin J Thompson back in Summer 2012. As we browsed the shelves of SoundFjord’s pop-up record store at the V22 gallery in London, he told me of his plans to start his own record label. I’ve since forgotten most of our conversation, although I remember
Lucia H Chung’s side to Colour Of Quantum is always there, but often only just. There are points at which it appears to kiss the very brink of silence, its underbelly gliding across the surface of digital nothing, poised in a delicate balance of volume and frequency, as though