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writer | traveler | sound organizer | contrarian | concerned citizen

LCNL 085: Your Grace Adrianna Natalie presents Another Side

Over the years we’ve featured several mixes from the Alrealon Musique. This mix comes courtesy of Your Grace Adrianna Natalie, the most recent artist to join the label. Her debut EP The Unseen Shadows was released last November, showcasing her

LCNL 085: Your Grace Adrianna Natalie presents Another Side

Over the years we’ve featured several mixes from the Alrealon Musique. This mix comes courtesy of Your Grace Adrianna Natalie, the most recent artist to join the label. Her debut EP The Unseen Shadows was released last November, showcasing her

Sound Propositions 011: Taylor Deupree

Sound Propositions is an ongoing, semi-regular series of conversations with artists exploring their creative practices and individual aesthetics, conceived of as a counter-narrative to a dominant trend in music journalism which fetishizes equipment and new technologies. Rather than writing copy

Sound Propositions 011: Taylor Deupree

Sound Propositions is an ongoing, semi-regular series of conversations with artists exploring their creative practices and individual aesthetics, conceived of as a counter-narrative to a dominant trend in music journalism which fetishizes equipment and new technologies. Rather than writing copy

LCNL 084: Velleitie presents ‘Felt Like Dusk All Day’

Straight out the American Midwest, this mix comes courtesy of Velleitie. A direct sonic challenge to rising nationalism, ‘Felt Like Dusk All Day’ is out to open minds through a clash of sound cultures. No sonic walls, no sonic borders

LCNL 084: Velleitie presents ‘Felt Like Dusk All Day’

Straight out the American Midwest, this mix comes courtesy of Velleitie. A direct sonic challenge to rising nationalism, ‘Felt Like Dusk All Day’ is out to open minds through a clash of sound cultures. No sonic walls, no sonic borders

LCNL 083: Jim Perkins presents Elements

  Elements is a mix by Jim Perkins, a musician and founder of Bigo & Twigetti, a London based record label mixing classical music, electronica, sound design and a more.  Focusing on different elements of recording and composition,  Jim weaves

LCNL 083: Jim Perkins presents Elements

  Elements is a mix by Jim Perkins, a musician and founder of Bigo & Twigetti, a London based record label mixing classical music, electronica, sound design and a more.  Focusing on different elements of recording and composition,  Jim weaves

LCNL 082: Change Happens (a mix by YlangYlang)

Readers might remember that I lived in Montreal until the autumn of 2014. Lately, especially since the election, I’ve been really missing everything that is so special about that city, conveniently forgetting all my past frustrations. Which might account for

LCNL 082: Change Happens (a mix by YlangYlang)

Readers might remember that I lived in Montreal until the autumn of 2014. Lately, especially since the election, I’ve been really missing everything that is so special about that city, conveniently forgetting all my past frustrations. Which might account for

LCNL 081: “Location Materials” compiled by Karl Fousek

  Montreal modular synthesist Karl Fousek takes us on a tour through his personal cassette collection. No stranger to tapes himself, since 2014 Karl has released three tapes on Phinery and assorted tapes on other labels.  Last summer his trio

LCNL 081: “Location Materials” compiled by Karl Fousek

  Montreal modular synthesist Karl Fousek takes us on a tour through his personal cassette collection. No stranger to tapes himself, since 2014 Karl has released three tapes on Phinery and assorted tapes on other labels.  Last summer his trio

LCNL 080: Dorian Williamson’s Northern Solace

Suddenly 80 mixes seems like quite a lot.  I’m really pleased to hit another significant milestone, after 5 years of ACL and this mix series, I love that I can still be surprised with each new installment.  This mix comes

LCNL 080: Dorian Williamson’s Northern Solace

Suddenly 80 mixes seems like quite a lot.  I’m really pleased to hit another significant milestone, after 5 years of ACL and this mix series, I love that I can still be surprised with each new installment.  This mix comes