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Review – Nonlocal Forecast: Bubble Universe! — We need no swords

…and now for something completely different

A diverting set of glossy, vaporwave-inflected cuts from Nonlocal Forecast that, despite the occasional lapse into the kind of burbling groove you might hear in your dentist’s waiting room, emits a strange, sticky aura sufficient to hold our interest” – 

We need no swords

 

Surfing the quantum realm.

via Nonlocal Forecast: Bubble Universe! — We need no swords

 

 

 

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Review Reblog – Felicity Mangan ~ Stereo’frog’ic — a closer listen

 

Sound artist Felicity Mangan has launched various interesting projects under the idea of “archiving garden sounds”, utilizing field recordings of Australian animals and their interactions with flora. One of these projects is Quadra’frog’ic, which plays on quadraphonic setups by means of a transducer speaker that plays sounds through the objects it’s attached to. The project […]

via Felicity Mangan ~ Stereo’frog’ic — a closer listen

 

Sometimes you have to just sit and listen….

Longform Editions is an ongoing series creating a space of musical discovery for extended pieces of exploratory, expansive and immersive music pieces from around the world.”

Reblog – International Women’s Day 2019 — MAKING WAVES

There is always just so much posted on IWD and increasingly I feel overwhelmed by all the sheer amount of articles and playlists. However, here’s one that covers mostly Classical artists, some who use electronic processes but also covering several platforms such as Vimeo, Bandcamp and SoundCloud, all in one post. Concentrating on Australian composers – Really worth checking out.

Website  –  Making Waves – Discover New Australian Music

 

The theme for International Women’s Day in 2019 is #BalanceforBetter. Happy International Women’s Day! The team would like to acknowledge that lists such as these invariably exclude more composers than they promote. However, we embrace the opportunity to reflect on the striking music featured by female-identifying composer in Making Waves playlists and the Making Conversation […]

via International Women’s Day 2019 — MAKING WAVES

 

Review Reblog – Susan Drone – The Big Drone — Yeah I Know It Sucks

 

Artist: Susan Drone Title: The Big Drone Keywords: experimental ambient dark ambient drone experimental electronic Murcia It’s precisely midnight as my ears sank into the big drone of Susan Drone. It’s like slipping into a world in which we as listeners are carried by a group of mystical voices that hum all mass for a […]

via Susan Drone – The Big Drone — Yeah I Know It Sucks

Reblog – Chosen One: Julia Kent — FRACTURED AIR

 

JK: I’m always interested in processing organic textures and combining them with electronic textures in a way that blurs the boundaries between both, so that it’s hard to tell where one leaves off and the other begins.”

FRACTURED AIR

 

 

“Creative work–whether it’s making music or writing or performing physically–can sometimes produce its own chronology and in that way seem to escape time.” —Julia Kent Words: Mark Carry Last month saw the eagerly awaited return of world-renowned Canadian cellist and composer Julia Kent’s fifth studio album, ‘Temporal’: a deeply transformative journey into our very being […]

via Chosen One: Julia Kent — FRACTURED AIR

Listening to…

Reblog – Geyser by Annabelle Playe — The future of music, today, one record at a time.

Wait for it…..slowburn ignites .

Thanks to Toneshift this didn’t pass me by.

 

 

Annabelle Playe | Geyser DAC Records (12″/DL) Geyser is from French multidisciplinary sound artist Annabelle Playe and is her third full-length effort — it’s one to keep an ear out for. It offers something solitary, about infinitesimal fragments slowly expanding toward the far corners of the horizonline. It’s a balance of soft and hard […]

via Geyser by Annabelle Playe — The future of music, today, one record at a time.

Reblog – ICYMI – The Theremin’s Voice: Amplifying the Inaudibility of Whiteness through an Early Interracial Electronic Music Collaboration — Sounding Out!

On an October evening in 1934, Clara Rockmore made her debut performance with the theremin, a then-new electronic instrument played without touch, in New York City’s historic Town Hall. Attended by critics from every major newspaper in the city, the performance not only marked the beginning of Rockmore’s illustrious career as a thereminist, it also […]

via The Theremin’s Voice: Amplifying the Inaudibility of Whiteness through an Early Interracial Electronic Music Collaboration — Sounding Out!

 

Such an interesting read via Sounding Out!