It is an honor to present this extended conversation with Félicia Atkinson, whose latest record, The Flower and The Vessel, has just been released on Shelter Press. We discuss her multifaceted art practices, her musical formation, the importance of running an independent press, and the power inherent in stones. Sound Propositions is an ongoing, semi-regular […]
via Sound Propositions 016: Félicia Atkinson — a closer listen
This is a wonderful in depth long read for a Sunday or any day afternoon.
Becoming is an Eventful Situation
by RUI HO
Electronic, dance, experimental,
I don’t want to sound cliched so here’s a good description –
” Berlin-based Chinese producer RUI HO makes electronic music that bridges modern club influences with traditional Chinese sounds.”
“My childhood was deep blue and foamy,” writes Serbian composer Manja Ristić. Her memories of Korčula Island are pristine. As she recalls the town streets “positioned in the shape of a fish bone,” and the “natural air conditioning of the Adriatic winds,” one can imagine long, carefree days and nights spent by the sea. But when […]
via Manja Ristić ~ The Black Isle — a closer listen
“In her changed environment, despite sonic pollution, she is still able to find an oasis.” (Richard Allen)
Maybe it’s because I recognise the methods in creating The Black Isle, this is a release that I loved from first listening. Thanks to A Closer Listen it would have otherwise escaped me.
Ethereal dark undercurrents –
by Ekin Fil
Ambient, atmospheric, experimental, electronic, lofi, meditation, soundscape
Released May 3, 2019
An occasional series where I try and shine a little light on some of the women at the forefront of electronic music who I think should have more acknowledgement.
Daria Semegen (b. 1946) is a composer of instrumental, vocal and electronic music. She is a recognized authority on electronic music composition.
This article in New Music USA set me on a journey to find out more –
Daria Semegen: So Many Awareness Pixels Going On at the Same Time
Here’s a great podcast interview I enjoyed listening to from More from Art + Music + Technology with Darwin Grosse