Review Reblog – Degradation Loops by Jasmine Guffond

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Jasmine Guffond | Degradation Loops
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Australian sound artist Jasmine Guffond‘s Degradation Loops was just released via Berlin imprint Karl who have been serving many delights in 2018. This half hour long singular piece starts with incidental chatter in a public place in what the artist refers to as being “initially a sixteen day process of sonic destruction created for an art exhibition.” What becomes evident rather quickly is that Guffond is unafraid of this sense of beauty in question, unbalanced detritus layered in a collage style of happenstance and assorted harmonies. I notice a quasi Middle Eastern feel to the central track. While the effects explore the textural surface and underpinnings of drone I hear the wavering hypnotic core. I hear a rattle similar to a spray paint can readying to make its mark, I hear a bustling youthful crowd at a cultural center or…

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

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

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Reblog – Troubles by Monique Jean — The Future of Music Today

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This is the type of work that will keep you thinking on your toes, scratching your head in observation of the wonderment of velocity and scope of imagination.

 

Monique Jean | Troubles empreintes DIGITALes (CD/DL) Montréal-based composer Monique Jean offers two works on Troubles: T.A.G. (2013) and Out of Joint (2009). This is her third full-length effort with Canadian imprint empreintes DIGITALes, was mastered by Christian Bouchard. Let’s get started with T.A.G. – or (trottoir, asphalte, goudron: sidewalk, asphalt, tar), watch your step […]

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Julia Holter’s “Aviary” Is an Experimental Opus Inspired By a Dystopian Film — Bandcamp Daily

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“This record is extremely fluid, more than any other record I’ve made,” Holter says.

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Review Reblog – Care by Klara Lewis & Simon Fisher Turner — The Future of Music Today

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Klara Lewis & Simon Fisher Turner | Care Editions Mego (12″/DL) Care is a rare hard/soft edge collaboration, one that is instantly compelling in its ambient nature and soft vocalese, and a shock to the system with its sizzling electronic effects. British composer Simon Fisher Turner and Swedish sound artist Klara Lewis come together is […]

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Reblog – Marta Sap – Live soft session Kożyczkowo 2018 Green Circles Festival

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Artist: Marta Sap
Title: Live soft session Kożyczkowo 2018Green Circles Festival
Keywords: electronic world chill chill out chillwave ethnic ethnotrip ethnotronica kalimba Gdańsk

After really enjoying ‘breaths’ by Marta Sap and revisiting this electronic didgeridoo album many times in a fondly matter, I got this incredible urge to hear something different coming out of this artist’s inventory. With a few clicks there my answer was; a live session!

I drank some wine, closed my eyes and heard Marta play. She opened up the gates of dreams, with something that sounded like a well tuned kalimba. Something that got a magical touch with the help of spacious effects that really made reality look far and surreality nearby. There I say and listened in silence, cheered with brainwaves the upcoming peacefulness that this music was providing. I sipped the content of the glass and stroked my own ears fondly as Marta…

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