Wednesday 1 February 2017, 18:00 – 21:00 Upper Street Gallery, London College of Communication, Elephant and Castle, London SE1 6SB. Directions. Free, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. A listening event organised in conjunction with the publication of Colloquium: Sound Art and Music published by Zero Books September 2016, edited by Thomas Gardner and Salomé Voegelin, with […]
Whatever your musical tastes there is much to agree with and discover here and some time left before Christmas to add to wish lists…
Recommended reading – Not just any old Best of List.
On Monday, I discussed some of the TV show music cues I liked from this year. Today I’m providing a list of my favorite albums. I’m not really one for hierarchies. There is a top three (kinda), but after that it’s unranked because what does it mean to be the seventh-best record of the year really? That said, it’s no accident that many of these entries interrogate citizenship in a year profoundly defined by malevolent structures and forces that unequally restrict and allocate who gets to be a citizen and under what conditions. It’s also quite deliberate that many of these albums were self-produced by women resisting the pressure to justify themselves. It’s not a comprehensive list, as undoubtedly soon I’ll unearth a treasure or someone will recommend something. Year-end lists are comforting narratives we craft about our own tastes to cope with the passage of time and I always like…
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Finally have got around to reblogging a few of the Yeah I Know it Sucks reviews of Ars Sonor : ))
Feminatronic is on Soundcloud,linking with as many artists from around the world, creating electronic music from as many genres as possible. Every Monday, I put together a playlist of usually 8 tracks, around a general theme and this week the focus is on Duo’s. Whatever your musical interests, there’s bound to be something waiting to be discovered.
I’ve put together an album, rereleasing some of the tracks I love that I feel are perfect for an album that helps put you to sleep. I’m calling it the Dreamtime Collection. On it you’ll find tracks like Asleep Next to You, Entering the Shell and Falling. While it could be argued that most of my music could put you to sleep, these tracks have been put together with that purpose in mind. The plan is to have several editions of the Dreamtime Collection, volumes, that include new material. This is the new project. Dreamtime Collection. We’ll see how many volumes we come up with. Enjoy!