Anna Homler ~ Deliquium in C

On Deliquium in C, American experimental musician and performance artist Anna Homler returns with four new tracks. Known for her early work as Breadwoman, which was conceived in 1985 and brought together improvised live performance, mystical sound recordings, and downright

Anna Homler ~ Deliquium in C

On Deliquium in C, American experimental musician and performance artist Anna Homler returns with four new tracks. Known for her early work as Breadwoman, which was conceived in 1985 and brought together improvised live performance, mystical sound recordings, and downright

Audio Obscura ~ Gathering Silence

We love the idea of a field recordist wandering around the countryside, recording the sounds of old and long-abandoned churches.  The album begins with a haiku from Ian Joyce: Microphone in hand, I sit inside the old church, Gathering silence.

Audio Obscura ~ Gathering Silence

We love the idea of a field recordist wandering around the countryside, recording the sounds of old and long-abandoned churches.  The album begins with a haiku from Ian Joyce: Microphone in hand, I sit inside the old church, Gathering silence.

Metavari ~ ABSURDA: Music Reimagined in the Short Films of David Lynch

Record Store Day is this Saturday, April 13!  One of the best things about Record Store Day is the exclusives ~ and this year we’ve got an amazing one to review.  The concept is apparent from the title.  Metavari has gone

Metavari ~ ABSURDA: Music Reimagined in the Short Films of David Lynch

Record Store Day is this Saturday, April 13!  One of the best things about Record Store Day is the exclusives ~ and this year we’ve got an amazing one to review.  The concept is apparent from the title.  Metavari has gone

Michel Banabila ~ Uprooted

On his latest album, Michel Banabila “uproots” concepts of the orchestra.  Marc Weidenbaum’s liner notes ask “What if ‘orchestral’ referred to what we heard, not how it was recorded?”  These tracks are indeed orchestral, but they have been plucked from their original

Michel Banabila ~ Uprooted

On his latest album, Michel Banabila “uproots” concepts of the orchestra.  Marc Weidenbaum’s liner notes ask “What if ‘orchestral’ referred to what we heard, not how it was recorded?”  These tracks are indeed orchestral, but they have been plucked from their original

Ben Chatwin ~ Altered Signals

One of the great experiments of the past few years continues as Ben Chatwin pours his music into yet another container.  The process began with Staccato Signals in 2018, as the artist invited a string quartet to participate in the compositional process.  After a

Ben Chatwin ~ Altered Signals

One of the great experiments of the past few years continues as Ben Chatwin pours his music into yet another container.  The process began with Staccato Signals in 2018, as the artist invited a string quartet to participate in the compositional process.  After a

Forgotten Bottom ~ Hostile Architecture

Just when we thought the world couldn’t get any crueler, someone invented pigeon spikes for the homeless.  The same sort of hostile architecture used to keep pigeons from roofs is also used to prevent homeless people from finding a place to rest.  Examples include

Forgotten Bottom ~ Hostile Architecture

Just when we thought the world couldn’t get any crueler, someone invented pigeon spikes for the homeless.  The same sort of hostile architecture used to keep pigeons from roofs is also used to prevent homeless people from finding a place to rest.  Examples include

HRNS ~ Naomi

Rui P. Andrade & Farwarmth’s first album as HRNS (pronounced Harness) glistens and sparkles as though underwater. Industrial synths rub against reverberant crowd recordings, while  pulsing vocals interact with bubbling bass tones. The inaugural release from London label Warm Winters Ltd.,

HRNS ~ Naomi

Rui P. Andrade & Farwarmth’s first album as HRNS (pronounced Harness) glistens and sparkles as though underwater. Industrial synths rub against reverberant crowd recordings, while  pulsing vocals interact with bubbling bass tones. The inaugural release from London label Warm Winters Ltd.,