All posts tagged SIGE
Septic-tank-prog roadtrips, poop jokes written backwards, a literal anvil. The Oregon-based composer, multimedia artist, instructor and champion of friendship discusses three important albums.
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.