The omnipresence of data, Bandcamp soul/sound-searching, goofy classical. The scientist, artist and community organiser discusses three important albums. Sarmistha’s picks: Moor Mother – Analog Fluids Of Sonic Black Holes R. D. Burman – Padosan OST Maria Chavez – Plays Pan Daijing – Lack Check out Tavishi’s music on their Bandcamp or
2017 has been ATTN:Magazine’s best year. There are several reasons for this. Firstly, the past 12 months have been my most prolific: over 200 articles were published on the site in 2017. I poured more time into the site than ever before, and the way I spent this
A playlist of music inspired by the interviews, reviews and podcasts that featured on ATTN in 2017. ***** MIXCLOUD LINK WILL BE POSTED HERE WHEN AVAILABLE ***** Tracklist: 1. Phil Maguire – Brak 1 2. Midwife – Song For An Unborn Sun 3. Byron Westbrook – What We Mean When We Say Body Language 4.
There’s something satisfying about the seesaw between disparate pursuits: alternating between periods of analytical problem-solving and long, mentally unfurling stretches of creative practice. Each mode of thinking enriches the other. The music of Sarmistha Talukdar goes a step further by engaging in these practices simultaneously. Through her project Tavishi,