Posts Tagged: david murrieta

SAICOBAB ~ Sab Se Purani Bab

When noise legend YoshimiO joined up with fellow Japanese musician Yoshida Daikiti’s project PSYCHOBABA in the early 2000’s, they decided to change the name to SAICOBABA. Phonetically, it’s still the same word, but then the meaning changed radically, from something

SAICOBAB ~ Sab Se Purani Bab

When noise legend YoshimiO joined up with fellow Japanese musician Yoshida Daikiti’s project PSYCHOBABA in the early 2000’s, they decided to change the name to SAICOBABA. Phonetically, it’s still the same word, but then the meaning changed radically, from something

Rob Mazurek ~ Chimeric Stoned Horn

Chimeric Stoned Horn is Rob Mazurek’s latest solo album after a slew of appearances and collaborations in various other projects since 2015’s Vortice of the Faun, in which the virtuoso cornetist ventured out to make his mark in the field

Rob Mazurek ~ Chimeric Stoned Horn

Chimeric Stoned Horn is Rob Mazurek’s latest solo album after a slew of appearances and collaborations in various other projects since 2015’s Vortice of the Faun, in which the virtuoso cornetist ventured out to make his mark in the field

V/A ~ Gomel, 1986

In her book Chernobyl Prayer, Svetlana Alexievich says that “Chernobyl is, above all, a catastrophe of time. The radionuclides strewn across our earth will live for 50,000, 100,000, 200,000 years. And longer. From the perspective of human life, they are

V/A ~ Gomel, 1986

In her book Chernobyl Prayer, Svetlana Alexievich says that “Chernobyl is, above all, a catastrophe of time. The radionuclides strewn across our earth will live for 50,000, 100,000, 200,000 years. And longer. From the perspective of human life, they are

Mariel Roberts ~ Cartography

What, exactly, is this album a Cartography of? Even though the title might be relatively straightforward, its implications vary in a manner that makes the simplest answer – of the cello – to seem easily dismissible, or at least difficult

Mariel Roberts ~ Cartography

What, exactly, is this album a Cartography of? Even though the title might be relatively straightforward, its implications vary in a manner that makes the simplest answer – of the cello – to seem easily dismissible, or at least difficult

Leila Bordreuil / Zach Rowden ~ Hollow

Hollow is basically a noise record made with acoustic instruments, with Leila Bordreuil playing the cello and Zachary Rowden playing the double-bass, which they proceed to exploit thoroughly in the name of sound production. There is no management in this

Leila Bordreuil / Zach Rowden ~ Hollow

Hollow is basically a noise record made with acoustic instruments, with Leila Bordreuil playing the cello and Zachary Rowden playing the double-bass, which they proceed to exploit thoroughly in the name of sound production. There is no management in this

Janek Schaefer ~ Glitter in my tears

Glitter in my tears is an unfulfilled promise, its life cut short time and again by daydreams had deep into the night. It marks the 20th anniversary of Janek Schaefer’s first release, perhaps mired in hopes lost by now, a

Janek Schaefer ~ Glitter in my tears

Glitter in my tears is an unfulfilled promise, its life cut short time and again by daydreams had deep into the night. It marks the 20th anniversary of Janek Schaefer’s first release, perhaps mired in hopes lost by now, a

Jessica Aszodi ~ Prayer for Nil

The extremes of an instrument such as the voice have been relatively less explored than those of most others that do not potentially involve, well, ruining a part of the self and the body. Thankfully, experimentalists such as Jessica Aszodi

Jessica Aszodi ~ Prayer for Nil

The extremes of an instrument such as the voice have been relatively less explored than those of most others that do not potentially involve, well, ruining a part of the self and the body. Thankfully, experimentalists such as Jessica Aszodi