Performed by: Katinka Kleijn, cello
Thought I would put together some lists to help support in a very small way, artists, labels and collectives at this difficult time during the COVID-19 pandemic and also simply because it’s music that needs to be heard : )
I’ll add new lists regularly but here are the first two.
As always – No order. No preferences.
My Favourite Fairytale by Orphan Fairytale
Drone, experimental, new age, avant-garde
Moniek Darge – Belgian composer, musician, audio artist and educator.
Andrea May (BRAZIL) aka mayHD is a visual and sound artist. Projects include infographics, illustration, collage, video projection (vjing), installation, sound art, djing, and collective actions.
Unfortunately, I can’t post everyone’s links here as there are just too many artists, labels and collectives – luckily.
However, we can all help a little, if we buy something via Bandcamp today. Go on…. You know you want to
I realise not everyone is on Bandcamp, so like many others out there, I will continue to do just what I’ve been doing so far, highlighting electronic artists on as many platforms as possible.
Speak to you all soon and in the meantime I send all my best wishes wherever and whoever, fwiw : )
O / feminatronic
Over the years I have lived in hope that there would no longer be a need for #IWD and that I wouldn’t have to keep posting about this.
I am a dreamer.
I’m not going to put a negative slant on this as it does give a chance to genuinely support and give three cheers to many women ( and I mean anyone who identifies as female) around the world who work tirelessly to improve the lives of all people culturally, economically, politically and any other spheres that I’ve omitted.
I just wish that the world would get a move on and get it’s act together and just recognise that we all deserve to be heard and deserve to have parity, equality and visibility.
I’m an inherent optimist.
When I’m in this sort of mind I like to listen to this –
Instability, incompleteness, a certain kind of relativity. These are the sources of Laughing Ears’ Metamorphosis, which avoids totalizing effects and holistic conceptions of style in order to present listeners with an ever-shifting music that sounds like dance but is more akin to walking the streets of a city. For instance, the rhythms come mostly from […]
Yes…all of this and more : )