Posts Tagged: david murrieta

Worlds Of Their Own ~ An Interview With Patricia Wolf

A Closer Listen had a chance to talk with Patricia Wolf, who recently released her second album, See-Through, via Balmat. The exchange took place via email; we present the resulting text, minimally formatted and edited for clarity. David Murrieta Flores (ACL): Hi Patricia,

Worlds Of Their Own ~ An Interview With Patricia Wolf

A Closer Listen had a chance to talk with Patricia Wolf, who recently released her second album, See-Through, via Balmat. The exchange took place via email; we present the resulting text, minimally formatted and edited for clarity. David Murrieta Flores (ACL): Hi Patricia,

Beautiful Errors ~ An Interview With Wobbly

Jon Leidecker, aka Wobbly, has produced experimental electronic music since the 1980s, whether on his own or as part of San Francisco collective Negativland. His work has constantly questioned the relationships between musicians and their tools, composition and improvisation, as

Beautiful Errors ~ An Interview With Wobbly

Jon Leidecker, aka Wobbly, has produced experimental electronic music since the 1980s, whether on his own or as part of San Francisco collective Negativland. His work has constantly questioned the relationships between musicians and their tools, composition and improvisation, as

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2021 Leftovers

The curse of listing our favorite releases of the year is that a few soundtracks always arrive too late for us to properly digest. Here are two albums that would have been worthy additions to our list of 2021’s best

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2021 Leftovers

The curse of listing our favorite releases of the year is that a few soundtracks always arrive too late for us to properly digest. Here are two albums that would have been worthy additions to our list of 2021’s best

Fire-Toolz ~ Eternal Home

While listening to Fire-Toolz, it is very often – almost every few seconds, in fact – that I find myself asking: how’d she manage to do it? How is it that these 56k modem-like noises fit perfectly with a Chrono

Fire-Toolz ~ Eternal Home

While listening to Fire-Toolz, it is very often – almost every few seconds, in fact – that I find myself asking: how’d she manage to do it? How is it that these 56k modem-like noises fit perfectly with a Chrono

*Press A* ~ Hundred Days

Tumult Kollektiv’s latest soundtrack proves just how much the group is willing to grow and expand in terms of artistic vision. Where 2019’s Pine was a tight, lush impressionist landscape, Hundred Days is relaxed, indulgent in melodies straight out of

*Press A* ~ Hundred Days

Tumult Kollektiv’s latest soundtrack proves just how much the group is willing to grow and expand in terms of artistic vision. Where 2019’s Pine was a tight, lush impressionist landscape, Hundred Days is relaxed, indulgent in melodies straight out of

Nicholas Maloney ~ Stilling

How do we relate our everyday experiences with the greater panorama of life in this planet, beyond the rationalizations of ecological measures or the unique, sudden shocks of environmental catastrophes? Nicholas Maloney offers Stilling as a reflection on synchronicity, on

Nicholas Maloney ~ Stilling

How do we relate our everyday experiences with the greater panorama of life in this planet, beyond the rationalizations of ecological measures or the unique, sudden shocks of environmental catastrophes? Nicholas Maloney offers Stilling as a reflection on synchronicity, on

Maja S.K. Ratkje ~ Vannstand

Vannstand begins with what sounds like underwater breathing, a quiet back and forth surrounded by something that feels vast and yet is made up of but a few tones and noises. The sensation of a great multiplicity coming into being

Maja S.K. Ratkje ~ Vannstand

Vannstand begins with what sounds like underwater breathing, a quiet back and forth surrounded by something that feels vast and yet is made up of but a few tones and noises. The sensation of a great multiplicity coming into being

Yuko Araki ~ End of Trilogy

It is common to read about the mind-obliterating qualities of noise and its negative paths towards selfless meditation, but there is another undercurrent in its stark associations with bodily harm and the possibility to access some sort of outside within:

Yuko Araki ~ End of Trilogy

It is common to read about the mind-obliterating qualities of noise and its negative paths towards selfless meditation, but there is another undercurrent in its stark associations with bodily harm and the possibility to access some sort of outside within: