The new LP by Philadelphia poet and experimental musician Camae Ayewa is even more relentless and dark than “Fetish Bones” from 2016.
Scottish poet, songwriter and humorist Ivor Cutler (1923–2006) was a singular force in popular culture. His oeuvre encompassed absurd songs and poems, surreal..(read more)
Soberly entitled “Dictaphones”, this LP draws on twenty years of archives recorded by Charles Pennequin on mini-cassettes. Spontaneous recordings of his rea..(read more)
First zine by the RE#SISTER collective, a Rotterdam open collective of female identifying and non-binary sound & electronics freaks. RE#ZINESTER issue 1 was..(read more)
Eudaimon's songs are pure in their simplicity and austerity, yet shine with the crystalline fire of the world beyond..based on poems by Kathleen Rainer.
E-Kare are the brilliant duo of Gerrit Jos van Beek and Piupiu Maya Turei, who came over from New Zealand to bring joy to the old continent of Europe. They reco..(read more)
“We will meet here on sept. 26th, build a small white podium, big enough to carry three people. Bring it around the city and place it here and there asking ra..(read more)
Following his investigation into experimental music and sound recording, the widely praised Records Ruin the Landscape, David Grubbs turns his attention to the ..(read more)
The Squat brings together two guitarists and seasoned improvisers across the punk-hippie generational divide. Lukas Simonis has his musical and cultural roots i..(read more)