Second album by this so very special duo. Anne’s recordings of violin, viola and vocal improvisations were the basis for Rutger Machinefabriek Zuydervelt ..(read more)
Great discovery of a new generation in the New York improv scene. The group’s leader, Amirtha Kidambi, impresses by her vocal skills as well as her harmonium ..(read more)
German vocal artist Mik Quantius summons a one-man parallel universe with just his own throat and an ill-sounding keyboard. He’s the krautrock Beefheart..
Introducing the wildly playful avant electronica of Amsterdam-based Bec Plexus, whose musical mantra is to invite and invert. Her meticulously structured debut ..(read more)
Electro-acoustic text-sound composition/radio play: poetic lectures, vocal treatments, concrete sounds and deep vocal drones, using material from several live r..(read more)
A transhuman song cycle for human-like computer voices by Barbara Ellison, delving into the sonic intricacies of voice avatars and the ‘musicalisation’ of T..(read more)
Great studio session by some great characters of free improvisation! I think Jean-Michel van Schouwburg especially shines on this album, what an amazing vocalis..(read more)
Multi-talented wonderboy Austbø is a classically trained composer, cello virtuoso, human beatboxer and actor, based in Amsterdam. His intricate songs in both..(read more)
Martha Feldman and Judith T. Zeitlin assembled a bold and rigorous collection of essays that look at voice as both object of desire and material object.
Stephanie Pan is a vocalist, performance artist, maker, and multi-instrumentalist based in The Hague. This is her first solo album, released 2018.