collection of essays reflecting on contemporary girlhood, gender equality struggles, and the relationship between gender, politics and philosophy
A collaboration sharing pure rock energy and electroacoustic manipulation, amplified drums and distorted tape, feedback and re-injection, live processing and di..(read more)
Beautiful and highly engaging compilation made in 2020 by Banabila himself, highlighting his many collaborations with just as many interesting colleagues and en..(read more)
Very nice album by an experimental musician based in Madrid. “Big ol’ fatty orchestral drums, played cave man style, with a dash of that early Warne..(read more)
Breach testifies to the blackened sounds of tectonic shifts shaking the worn habits of society’s nature and nurture. NOW! blares from metal screens.
Broussard argues that our enthusiasm for applying computer technology to every aspect of life has resulted in a tremendous amount of poorly designed systems. re..(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..
Funny 4-track compilation curated by Jad Fair in 1991. Eccentric, sometimes sinister, but overall charming: Only A Mother, Panther Burns, Foetus Inc. and Artist..(read more)
Ecstatic Peace founder Thurston Moore’s niece Louise Erdman reported she had been singing backups in this band called Lord Jeff, and when Thurston went to..(read more)