A very welcome re-issue of three works from the 1960s and 1970s as part of Recollection GRM’s invaluable reissue programme.
Selection of papers from the first Renewable Futures Conference, aimed at shaping new contact zones between traditionally separated domains – art and science,..(read more)
ARM was a Norwegian trio of electronic improvisers, Alexander Rishaug, Are Mokkelbost and Arne Borgan, preaching glitchology. Their signature sound was that of ..(read more)
Sonic Interaction Design gathers contributions from scholars, artists, and designers working at the intersections of fields ranging from electronic music to cog..(read more)
Another winner from Strange Maine proprietor Brendan Evans. Keep ’em coming Brendan. This is the strangest Garm yet with weird song and guitar things ..(read more)
This 1975 work from electronic composer Bernard Parmegiani deals with subtle abstractions of resonating tones. Mostly quiet permutations of sound, this effectiv..(read more)
Philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein once stated that philosophy ought to be written as if it were poetry, and a poetic intensity typified his life and his work. No ..(read more)