All posts tagged Pan Act

Review: Aaron Dilloway + Jason Lescalleet – Grapes And Snakes

Two of America’s prominent experimental noisemakers turn their minds to two 20-minute tracks.

Review: Helm – Impossible Symmetry

London sound artist Luke Younger utilises live improvisation as the basis for his latest full length.

Review: Ben Vida – esstends-esstends-esstends

Vida presents five pieces for computer controlled modular synthesiser that turn the limitations of stereo space into mush.

Review: NHK’Koyxeи – Dance Classics Vol.I

Kouhei Matsunaga makes his PAN debut with a selection from his more dance-centric output.

Review: John Wiese – Seven of Wands

Claustrophobic noise collages from an elusive LA sound artist.

Interview: Eli Keszler

The NY composer/multi-instrumentalist provides an insight into his “Cold Pin” installation – in which piano strings are placed along walls and set into vibratory life through motorised devices – ahead of his performance at PAN Festival at Cafe Oto this week.

Review: Eli Keszler – Cold Pin

Top-notch installation work from the New York composer and artist.

Review: Ghédalia Tazartès – Repas Froid

An ever-engrossing (and initially bewildering) audio collage from a French artist.