Category Archives: ICYMI

Listening to…

Windblow
by Ekin Fil

Artist notes:

“Windblow corresponds to an audible feeling of the mingling of different perspectives of an image or various perceptions of a sound from different angles.”

Thanks to A Closer Listen I came across Longform Editions an Australian distributor of longform listening tracks from a diverse range of artists.

“Longform Editions is a collective for deep listening – an ongoing series creating a space for extended, immersive music pieces from around the world”

Music that demands you sit and really immerse yourself in the soundworlds created.

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#IWD Listening to…Feminoise Latinamerica

In lieu of posting playlists for IWD….

diy, experimental, circuit bent, noise

#IWD Listening to…

In lieu of posting playlists for IWD….

stalking shekinah
by [international experimental electronic compilation focusing on the works of female artists]

Experimental


 

FEMALE IDENTIFIED PRODUCERS
by International Compilation

Experimental, ambient, electroacoustic, industrial, noise, ritual

#IWD – Antilounge 18 by antilounge records

In lieu of IWD playlists, I will be posting this week, compilations and various artists releases, that may be of interest or in case you missed them.

In no order of preference, I am beginning with this compilation of electronic artists based in the Hague, which I found out about via a Yeah I Know it Sucks review

 

 

 

Reblog – ICYMI – Colleen, “A flame my love, a frequency” — Bandcamp Daily

 

In a world of horror, multi-instrumentalist Colleen’s loops, layers, and prose-poem lyrics feel medicinal.

via Album of the Day: Colleen, “A flame my love, a frequency” — Bandcamp Daily

 

 

Website

Reblog – ICYMI – The Theremin’s Voice: Amplifying the Inaudibility of Whiteness through an Early Interracial Electronic Music Collaboration — Sounding Out!

On an October evening in 1934, Clara Rockmore made her debut performance with the theremin, a then-new electronic instrument played without touch, in New York City’s historic Town Hall. Attended by critics from every major newspaper in the city, the performance not only marked the beginning of Rockmore’s illustrious career as a thereminist, it also […]

via The Theremin’s Voice: Amplifying the Inaudibility of Whiteness through an Early Interracial Electronic Music Collaboration — Sounding Out!

 

Such an interesting read via Sounding Out!

Reblog – angelica castello – Silvertone e il sentimento oceanico

This is how it should work. It’s great when hidden gems are picked up by reviewers and it really doesn’t matter how old a release is, good music has longevity 😊
Reblog courtesy of Yeah I Know It Sucks

Yeah I Know It Sucks

Artist: angelica castello
Title: Silvertone e il sentimento oceanico
Keywords: experimental adela del campo angelica castello attila faraveli hanna schimek martin siewert monotype records radio susanna niedermayer tomek mirt urkuma ö1 Vienna

I’m a big fan of this fine website called Feminatronic. Why? Because somehow this personal journey of a website always seem to dig up great artists whose work had never been played into my ears. Today I’m checking out the music by one named Angelica Castello which is one of them that I had never had the privilege to hear or know about before. Which is a shame perhaps, although they say it’s sometimes better late than never, because geez, she had been hypnotizing me instantly with her album over here. The first track on it titled ‘adela aurita’ instantly made me hooked on her sounds, something like a unconventional mingling soundscape that intrigued in all its…

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