by NAKATANI / CHEN DUO with special guest SUSAN ALCORN

Experimental, electronic, folk, improvisation, new music, noise, voice, cello, percussion, pedal steel guitar

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Thing Music
by Erin Demastes


I came across this new release via A Closer Listen, where you can read the original review here


Here is another of my occasional posts about articles you might be interested in –

Excellent overview from an oft overlooked pioneer of electronic music on Sound Art Zone, which is itself a mine of information about all things sound art related.

Radiophonic Ladies by Jo Hutton – Sound Art Network

Arushi Jain on Identity, Indian Classical Music & Modular Synthesisers
Words by Chal Ravens

Pauline Anna Strom’s Music Created Portals to New Worlds by Robert Ham · February 17, 2021 on Bandcamp Daily

BJörk on ‘Biophilia’ and Making Music Interactive – The Icelandic icon speaks to Hans Ulrich Obrist about her revolutionary interactive LP ‘Biophilia’ in this interview from 2011.- Electronic Beats

#Throwback 18/2/2021

Here are this weeks tracks that are older than last year : )

by Ryoko Akama/Anne-F Jacques

Contemporary, drone, electronic, experimental, minimal, modern, sound art

Silence Resounding

Ambient, electronic, experimenta, microsound, minimalism, sound art

Burning Circuits

Electronic, experimental, algorave, livecoding

Maddalena Fagandini | Interval Signal – Sound Art Zone

I Don’t Do Lists pt6

This is the final look back to releases of 2020, at least those I have listened to and posted elsewhere and is not exhaustive, so apologies if I left your release out of the 6 part series.

pyr300 jenn kirby – being time

Ooops..forgot to post this : /


The idea of Throwback Tracks is to spotlight electronic music that’s older than last week : D

In all seriousness, some are well known pioneers but many are lesser known artists who might have fallen through the listening crevices, so to speak. It’s always eclectic and hopefully you may come across something that will become part of your listening collection.

Lingual Music
by Lily Greenham
The recordings date from between 1968 and 1984.

Experimental, avante garde, electronic music, sound poetry

Carla Scaletti – Lysogeny (1983)
Composition for Harp and computer-generated tape

Interstellar Travel
by Joanne Gabriel

Alternative, neoclassical-darkwave, soundscape,, soundtrack

REBLOG – Furchick – Morning Call — Yeah I Know It Sucks

Artist: FurchickTitle: Morning CallKeywords: experimental, love, The feeling of opening the door on a pleasant  calm warm day… One with a sunny breeze in which vibrant magpies are gathered for kind chats as they  inspect their own feathers. The kind of morning in which you immediately know that you can keep your slippers on all […]

Furchick – Morning Call — Yeah I Know It Sucks

Experimental, ambient, experimental field recordings

We all need calm…and this is beautiful in it’s simplicity. Thanks YIKIS for the heads up : )

and finally…

Sad news about the premature death of Sophie and her sounds have been today’s ambience –

If you want to listen to more and read about this extraordinary creative human being here is a good introduction –

Sophie: 10 of the greatest tracks by a genius of pop’s expressive power
From productions for Charli XCX and Gaika to Sophie’s emotionally shattering solo works, we celebrate a truly singular artist who has died aged 34
Ben Beaumont-Thomas
The Guardian 30th January 2021

#Throwback Tracks 28/01/21

This week spans listening from electronic pioneers to space…

No One Is An Island, 2nd album (2012)
by Berangere Maximin

Electronic, abstract, contemporary, electroacoustic, experimental electronic

Interstellar Travel
by Joanne Gabriel

Alternative, neoclassical-darkwave, soundscape, soundtrack

Sunday Ambience

Eliane Radigue – Born 24th January, 1932

by Helene Breschand / Eliane Radigue / Kasper T. Toeplitz

Experimental, avant-garde, classical, electronic, improv, postmodern

Celebrating the eclecticism of Electronic Artists who identify as female

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