Breach testifies to the blackened sounds of tectonic shifts shaking the worn habits of society’s nature and nurture. NOW! blares from metal screens.
Spatial sounds are crushed and distorted, the sense of air being saturated by the shifting low-end drones and hum of machines, howling reeds and dense white noi..(read more)
Fantastic new release from that funky record label 90% Wasser! First in a series featuring the artists performing at the NNOI Festival held every summer, in the..(read more)
Rhythmically free flowing and sprawling, with melodies that evolve into rippling keys. It feels like a live jam session with a jazz mentality, contrasting the d..(read more)
MÆKUR is the collaborative project of Maiа Urstad, Anton Kats and Eva Rowson. The collective synthesizes artistic, sonic and radiophonic practices to research..(read more)
The new LP by Philadelphia poet and experimental musician Camae Ayewa is even more relentless and dark than “Fetish Bones” from 2016.
Straight from the Waveform Research Centre in Rotterdam, which is a new studio adjacent to WORM’s Klangendum electronic studio. It was set up by Mr. Mono-..(read more)
Foresense is Robert Beenen, electronica producer from The Hague. Growing up with lego, computers and saturday morning cartoons, producer Robert Beenen was drawn..(read more)
Intense micro-tonal drone works by two specialists in the Dutch electronic soundscapes scene, follower up to “2” which was a vinyl on Moving Furnitu..(read more)
Reissue of a collection of Iannis Xenakis’s work titled Electronic Music, originally released in 1997. Some of the earliest works from a truly groundbreak..(read more)