Posts Tagged: david murrieta

YoshimiO / Susie Ibarra / Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe ~ Flower of Sulphur

There’s something doubly poetic about the term Flower of Sulphur: on one hand, there’s the striking association between sulphur as integral to certain repellent smells and a flower, and on the other hand, there’s the chemical meaning, which refers to

YoshimiO / Susie Ibarra / Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe ~ Flower of Sulphur

There’s something doubly poetic about the term Flower of Sulphur: on one hand, there’s the striking association between sulphur as integral to certain repellent smells and a flower, and on the other hand, there’s the chemical meaning, which refers to

Keiji Haino & SUMAC ~ American Dollar Bill – Keep Facing Sideways, You’re Too Hideous To Look At Face On

There’s perhaps a common thread to the overtly poetic names of the tracks in Keiji Haino & SUMAC’s collaboration, a thread that intertwines anger and passion in that characteristically playful Haino way, in which a measure of silliness opens up

Keiji Haino & SUMAC ~ American Dollar Bill – Keep Facing Sideways, You’re Too Hideous To Look At Face On

There’s perhaps a common thread to the overtly poetic names of the tracks in Keiji Haino & SUMAC’s collaboration, a thread that intertwines anger and passion in that characteristically playful Haino way, in which a measure of silliness opens up

Lea Bertucci ~ Metal Aether

The title Metal Aether directly evokes a juxtaposition of matter and spirit, of a hard surface made of nothing, of the saxophone’s brutal (as in raw) means of expressing sweetness via relatively harsh sounds. The album was recorded both at

Lea Bertucci ~ Metal Aether

The title Metal Aether directly evokes a juxtaposition of matter and spirit, of a hard surface made of nothing, of the saxophone’s brutal (as in raw) means of expressing sweetness via relatively harsh sounds. The album was recorded both at

Dirge ~ Alma | Baltica

When I first started reading about Dirge I felt a complete dissonance with what I was hearing: these French guys all clad in black like a regular post-metal band were playing music that reminded me of the golden age of

Dirge ~ Alma | Baltica

When I first started reading about Dirge I felt a complete dissonance with what I was hearing: these French guys all clad in black like a regular post-metal band were playing music that reminded me of the golden age of

Everyday Experimentalism: \\NULL|ZØNE// Tapes

\\NULL|ZØNE// has published a few tapes for late 2017 and early 2018 whose sound ranges and styles differ quite a bit, but which are connected by an undercurrent of personal, relatively idiosyncratic aesthetics. “Homegrown experimentalism”, the label calls it, not

Everyday Experimentalism: \\NULL|ZØNE// Tapes

\\NULL|ZØNE// has published a few tapes for late 2017 and early 2018 whose sound ranges and styles differ quite a bit, but which are connected by an undercurrent of personal, relatively idiosyncratic aesthetics. “Homegrown experimentalism”, the label calls it, not

Thomas Carleberg & Emil Nilsson ~ Future Unfolding OST

“I am I and my circumstances,” vitalist Spanish thinker José Ortega y Gasset once wrote, “[and] if I do not save them I cannot save myself”. Future Unfolding is an exploration videogame whose soundtrack reflects the ever-shifting positioning of a

Thomas Carleberg & Emil Nilsson ~ Future Unfolding OST

“I am I and my circumstances,” vitalist Spanish thinker José Ortega y Gasset once wrote, “[and] if I do not save them I cannot save myself”. Future Unfolding is an exploration videogame whose soundtrack reflects the ever-shifting positioning of a

Channeler ~ Protocol

“Protocol is a haunting symphony performed by a post-human orchestra”, says Channeler in the EP’s notes, “a collection of heavy, anxious breathing from partially autonomous machines, combating the notion that they are instruments of an other and not in and

Channeler ~ Protocol

“Protocol is a haunting symphony performed by a post-human orchestra”, says Channeler in the EP’s notes, “a collection of heavy, anxious breathing from partially autonomous machines, combating the notion that they are instruments of an other and not in and