Posts Tagged: danse noire

Racine ~ Quelche Chose Tombe

Quelche Chose Tombe (Something Falls) is a mirror of modern anxiety, laying forth fear and anguish in equal measure.  The music is suitably dark, dangling on the edge of drone yet marked by blackened electronic beats. Uncertainty is the new normal,

Racine ~ Quelche Chose Tombe

Quelche Chose Tombe (Something Falls) is a mirror of modern anxiety, laying forth fear and anguish in equal measure.  The music is suitably dark, dangling on the edge of drone yet marked by blackened electronic beats. Uncertainty is the new normal,

GIL ~ Infolding

Three years removed from Orchids & Wasps, Berlin’s GIL has returned with a more refined sound.  Where the previous EP was hyperactive, the new EP is merely energetic; where the previous EP was sparse, the new EP is dense.  There’s a place for

GIL ~ Infolding

Three years removed from Orchids & Wasps, Berlin’s GIL has returned with a more refined sound.  Where the previous EP was hyperactive, the new EP is merely energetic; where the previous EP was sparse, the new EP is dense.  There’s a place for

Meuko! Meuko! ~ 鬼島 Ghost Island

A fast and fierce story accompanies this intriguing EP by Taiwanese artist Meuko! Meuko! It tells of a dream in which the narrator finds herself a part of a small gang of scavenger children in a Blade Runner landscape of

Meuko! Meuko! ~ 鬼島 Ghost Island

A fast and fierce story accompanies this intriguing EP by Taiwanese artist Meuko! Meuko! It tells of a dream in which the narrator finds herself a part of a small gang of scavenger children in a Blade Runner landscape of

Abyss X ~ Pleasures of the Bull

Knossos, on the isle of Crete in the Mediterranean, has been called the oldest city in Europe – it was, for a time, the centre of Minoan civilisation and the reasons for its collapse have been lost to the ages.

Abyss X ~ Pleasures of the Bull

Knossos, on the isle of Crete in the Mediterranean, has been called the oldest city in Europe – it was, for a time, the centre of Minoan civilisation and the reasons for its collapse have been lost to the ages.