All posts tagged SIGE
Going beyond the bandstand, simultaneous multidimensionality, searching for fire. The music research strategist and insurgent learning workshop co-ordinator discusses three important albums.
Battling the beast of boredom, choosing the bloodstream over the live stream, being cooler than Santa Claus. The Portland-based abstract sound musician discusses three important albums.
4: The lethargy and emaciation of “Pan”, and how I came to love it.
Monika Khot on confronting discomfort, purging hatred and her new album on SIGE.
Beautiful vocal momentum and peripheral haunts, in a new solo work by Faith Coloccia.
The improvisatory duo talk to ATTN about social energy, harmonic resonance and redefining the congregation of sound and possibility.