Posts Tagged: buh records

The Immensity of Oceans ~ An Interview With Oksana Linde

Oksana Linde is an artist from Venezuela with Ukrainian heritage, whose recent debut, Aquatic and Other Worlds, presents her electronic works from the 1980s to the public for the first time. Her oeuvre puts the participation of women in experimental

The Immensity of Oceans ~ An Interview With Oksana Linde

Oksana Linde is an artist from Venezuela with Ukrainian heritage, whose recent debut, Aquatic and Other Worlds, presents her electronic works from the 1980s to the public for the first time. Her oeuvre puts the participation of women in experimental

The Nature of Sound: An Interview With Manongo Mujica & Terje Evensen

Manongo Mujica and Terje Evensen have been occasionally in contact for a few years now, joining forces till now in order to make the breath-taking soundscapes of Paracas Ritual, which was published by Peruvian avant-garde label buh records earlier this

The Nature of Sound: An Interview With Manongo Mujica & Terje Evensen

Manongo Mujica and Terje Evensen have been occasionally in contact for a few years now, joining forces till now in order to make the breath-taking soundscapes of Paracas Ritual, which was published by Peruvian avant-garde label buh records earlier this

IMA ~ The Flowers Die in Burning Fire

In one corner, Japanese percussionist Nava Dunkelman, trained in taiko and gamelan.  In the other, Hong Kong electro-acoustic composer Amma Ateria.  When the bell rings, the two women approach the center and embrace, dubbing their new partnership IMA. The Flowers Die

IMA ~ The Flowers Die in Burning Fire

In one corner, Japanese percussionist Nava Dunkelman, trained in taiko and gamelan.  In the other, Hong Kong electro-acoustic composer Amma Ateria.  When the bell rings, the two women approach the center and embrace, dubbing their new partnership IMA. The Flowers Die

Tajak ~ Ciclos

A swirl at the edge of an emotional cliff, a bright light pouring from a crack in the back of your skull – the psychedelic pathways opened by Mexican band Tajak are diverse and multiple, but they all come back

Tajak ~ Ciclos

A swirl at the edge of an emotional cliff, a bright light pouring from a crack in the back of your skull – the psychedelic pathways opened by Mexican band Tajak are diverse and multiple, but they all come back