Traces the impact of technical media on music; how do media technologies shape sound? How does this affect music? And how did it change what we listen for in mu..(read more)
Beautiful release on Yan Jun’s Sub Jam label. Toshimaru Nakamura was the first one that I ever saw using a no-input mixer, already in the 1990s. What exac..(read more)
Anthony Di Franco, Gary Mundy, Philip Best, Stuart Dennision, Sarah Fröelich, and Martyn Watts, a bit of the early power electronic days creep in, guitar/bass/..(read more)
6th album by Stuart Carter and Richard Johnson. Still characterized by a largely brutal and uncompromising approach. Rich layers of often organic sound reveal a..(read more)
Originally released as an LP in 2017. Solo-project of Anthony Di Franco, British electronic/rock/noise musician, also member of Ramleh and Skullflower.
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)
SOON are a duo of noise guitarist Liú Mottes & sound artist Jochem van Tol. Their music moves between spinning and dazzling sound eruptions to piercing but..(read more)
Collects together these futurist manifestos for the first time in English, showing how the origins of modern noise music actually date from a century ago..
ID M Theftable is a prolific sound collagist, vocal improviser and noise musician. He runs the label Mangdisc out of Portland. Crank Sturgeon is a mainstay of U..(read more)
Kyle Eyre Clyd began her solo noise project using unclaimed electronics left behind at her residence, Brooklyn’s Silent Barn. . On “Eaux”, her deb..(read more)