Posts Tagged: david murrieta

Dustin Laurenzi ~ Snaketime: The Music of Moondog

True to the spirit of one of the most unique composers of the last century, Dustin Laurenzi and his collaborators have rerouted a few of Moondog’s most recognizable pieces away from the stories of the artworld and back towards jazz

Dustin Laurenzi ~ Snaketime: The Music of Moondog

True to the spirit of one of the most unique composers of the last century, Dustin Laurenzi and his collaborators have rerouted a few of Moondog’s most recognizable pieces away from the stories of the artworld and back towards jazz

Zachary Paul ~ A Meditation on Discord

For his Touch debut, Zachary Paul joins a relatively long history of radical dronesters and minimalists that aim not for you to experience music differently but to alter your very perception of reality. The first two tracks are tied to

Zachary Paul ~ A Meditation on Discord

For his Touch debut, Zachary Paul joins a relatively long history of radical dronesters and minimalists that aim not for you to experience music differently but to alter your very perception of reality. The first two tracks are tied to

Angelina Yershova ~ CosmoTengri

We all have some idea of what the words “shamanistic” and “ritual” mean in the context of music, and in general they’re associated to clear-cut rhythms and repetitive structures thanks to certain historical connections with the African diaspora. But Angelina

Angelina Yershova ~ CosmoTengri

We all have some idea of what the words “shamanistic” and “ritual” mean in the context of music, and in general they’re associated to clear-cut rhythms and repetitive structures thanks to certain historical connections with the African diaspora. But Angelina

*Press A* ~ Art Sqool, The Window Box, Apex Legends

Julian Glander ~ Art Sqool Art Sqool is sort of an absurdity device, pushing silly technocratic questions like “can AI replace a human art professor?” by means of simple MS Paint exercises until their fundamental misguidedness is revealed. The music

*Press A* ~ Art Sqool, The Window Box, Apex Legends

Julian Glander ~ Art Sqool Art Sqool is sort of an absurdity device, pushing silly technocratic questions like “can AI replace a human art professor?” by means of simple MS Paint exercises until their fundamental misguidedness is revealed. The music

V/A ~ Anthology of Contemporary Music from Africa Continent

One of the common end-points of modernity as we now live it is the notion that there is no alternative. And yet, if you even but glimpse at the world of post-colonies you will find a myriad forking paths of

V/A ~ Anthology of Contemporary Music from Africa Continent

One of the common end-points of modernity as we now live it is the notion that there is no alternative. And yet, if you even but glimpse at the world of post-colonies you will find a myriad forking paths of

Felicity Mangan ~ Stereo’frog’ic

Sound artist Felicity Mangan has launched various interesting projects under the idea of “archiving garden sounds”, utilizing field recordings of Australian animals and their interactions with flora. One of these projects is Quadra’frog’ic, which plays on quadraphonic setups by means

Felicity Mangan ~ Stereo’frog’ic

Sound artist Felicity Mangan has launched various interesting projects under the idea of “archiving garden sounds”, utilizing field recordings of Australian animals and their interactions with flora. One of these projects is Quadra’frog’ic, which plays on quadraphonic setups by means

Merzouga ~ De Rerum Natura / Dance of the Elements

De Rerum Natura / Dance of the Elements begins with glissando bass tones and an electronic field of a thousand little raw, swarming blips and noises, creating what is simultaneously a vast and dense soundscape. Based upon the first-century BC

Merzouga ~ De Rerum Natura / Dance of the Elements

De Rerum Natura / Dance of the Elements begins with glissando bass tones and an electronic field of a thousand little raw, swarming blips and noises, creating what is simultaneously a vast and dense soundscape. Based upon the first-century BC