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Review – Nonlocal Forecast: Bubble Universe! — We need no swords

…and now for something completely different

A diverting set of glossy, vaporwave-inflected cuts from Nonlocal Forecast that, despite the occasional lapse into the kind of burbling groove you might hear in your dentist’s waiting room, emits a strange, sticky aura sufficient to hold our interest” – 

We need no swords

 

Surfing the quantum realm.

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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.

Playlist #144 – Artist Alphabet – A is for…pt1

Eclectic Electronic Soundscapes –

It’s 2019 and I’m taking stock this year – To make sure that I’m giving space for as many artists as possible and to try and discover new one’s, Feminatronic will be focussing on Artists alphabetically throughout the year on all platforms.
Here is the letter A(pt1)…

As with all the playlists, they are jumping off points to discoveries. Just let some of the tracks play onto the next….follow up on “sounds like”….see who’s following, many artists follow other artists….

Artists on playlist # 144 are Emeraldia Ayakashi, Arrebato, aag, Savannah Agger, Band Ane, {arsonist}, Antenes, asterisk untitled, Aardor, alodi, Damara Tawodi Arrowood, anomie, akioka, Astilbe, Auriea, Audri Acuna, Awwz, Aylu, Michele Abondano, Meryll Ampe, Laurie Anderson, AMET, Luna Arakawa S, Aschka, Clara de Asis, AMMA, Julia Hanadi aLabed, Lydia Ang, ABENCOADA and AJA.

 

 

 

Reblog – Interview: Me, Claudius – Good Diz, Bad Bird

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When Me, Claudius released their debut tape, ‘Reasons for Balloons‘, back in January 2017, it wasn’t the fact that it appeared seemingly out of nowhere that blew my mind. In the global weirdo underground, you expect unfamiliar artists to bubble up pretty much all the time. No, the thing that stopped me in my tracks was that the distinctive Me, Claudius aesthetic seemed to arrive full-formed. ‘Reasons for Balloons’ mixed the open-ended, enigmatic tactility of more established players – I’m thinking of Matthew Revert and Vanessa Rossetto’s great release on Erstwhile from earlier this year or some of the stuff on Caduc in particular – with a homespun, rough-edged feel, resulting in a worldview that was wholly unique. The mystery of who was behind the Me, Claudius moniker only added to its lo-fi charm.

A year later, ‘Back To The Sweat-Out Tower

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Reblog – Kkwaenggwari and Bambusoides by Ji Youn Kang — Between Air and Electricity

Ji Youn Kang performing on Kkwaenggwari and Bambusoides. © Nina Mik Heartography & Branislav GrebečíJi Youn Kang (aka KANG) searches for set-ups that combine acoustic, analogue and digital instruments and devices. Her works with the Korean gong kkwaenggwari and self-built bamboo instruments are intriguing examples of such amalgams. The kkwaenggwari is a small hand-held gong made out…

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Revisiting – An interview with Line Katcho for the album “pulsions” (2015) — K O H L E N S T O F F

 

 

(une version française de cette entrevue ici) Line Katcho works in the fields of acousmatic music, audio visual work and film music. Her primary concerns involve using sound as kinetic matter, representing movement, forces and gestures. Her need for precision is complemented by an experimental approach and a strong interest in perceptual play. She is […]

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Tissa Mawartyassari’s Harsh Noise Compositions Are Sonic “Ghost Stories” — Bandcamp Daily

 

 

In her slabs of feedback and noise, Mawartyassari—aka Monica Isabel Sanchez—seeks to find beauty in chaos.

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