Artist: Sofía Bertomeu Title: And you, In which movie are you playing? Keywords: ambient experimental experimental electronicidm lars von trier sofia bertomeu technoglitch Spain And you, In which movie are you playing? I’m playing a fool in a silent black and white slapstick spaghetti western movie that almost hast seen the light of day, but […]
via Sofía Bertomeu – And you, In which movie are you playing? — Yeah I Know It Sucks
As usual, YIKIS have a wonderful off kilter review to go with this release : )
Dominique Vaccaro: field recordings, tape manipulation, stereo looper
Experimental, abstract, field recordings, free form, improvisation, minimalist, reel to reel, tape loops, tape manipulation, tape music, texture.
Thanks to Toneshift for leading me to tonight’s listening. Read the review here –
“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.
Finally catching up…
Decaycast Reviews: MARLO EGGPLANT “head/rush(ed)” (Vaux Flores, 2018) by Dr. Decaycast Momentus sound artist, label head of Corpus Callosum Distro, longtime noise queen, and curator and founder of the legendary Ladyz In Noyz compilation series, UK based Marlo Eggplant offers her newest work via Travis Johns VAUX FLORES imprint (who also happen to make […]
via Decaycast Reviews: MARLO EGGPLANT “head/rush(ed)” (Vaux Flores, 2018) — D E C A Y C A S T
Meg Bowles: Evensong: Canticles for the Earth Released: 22 June 2018 http://www.megbowlesmusic.com Meg Bowles makes us vulnerable to the beauty of our planet. In doing so, she shares something of herself with us. With each album release she is becoming new herself – in ways that matter. Evensong: Canticles for the Earth (63’13”) is a […]
via Meg Bowles: Evensong: Canticles for the Earth — starsendradio