Posts Tagged: industrial

Giovanni Lami ~ Bias

It’s like a garden, where everything grows by itself and you need to make just a few things, to see what is going to happen most of the time. -Giovanni Lami Does a physical medium simply contain (or mediate) a

Giovanni Lami ~ Bias

It’s like a garden, where everything grows by itself and you need to make just a few things, to see what is going to happen most of the time. -Giovanni Lami Does a physical medium simply contain (or mediate) a

Concrete Fence ~ New Release (1)

In case you’ve all been sleeping on this like I was, do yourself a favor and listen to this. I stumbled across this release in the new arrivals at my local record shop a few months ago, and picked it

Concrete Fence ~ New Release (1)

In case you’ve all been sleeping on this like I was, do yourself a favor and listen to this. I stumbled across this release in the new arrivals at my local record shop a few months ago, and picked it

Paulo J Ferreira Lopes ~ Feeze

The inaugural release from Atrito-Afeito, a new Montreal-based label specializing in small runs of improvised music.  For Feeze, drummer, multi-instrumentalist, composer, and sound artist Paulo J Ferreira Lopes has crafted 10 compositions culled from synth explorations recorded in Montreal back

Paulo J Ferreira Lopes ~ Feeze

The inaugural release from Atrito-Afeito, a new Montreal-based label specializing in small runs of improvised music.  For Feeze, drummer, multi-instrumentalist, composer, and sound artist Paulo J Ferreira Lopes has crafted 10 compositions culled from synth explorations recorded in Montreal back

Mentallo and the Fixer ~ Music from the Eather

This 3-disc box set is massive in looks, sound, depth, height and breadth.  Its quality flies in the face of the popular belief that artists grow less effective the longer they record and the more hallucinogens they sample.  After twenty

Mentallo and the Fixer ~ Music from the Eather

This 3-disc box set is massive in looks, sound, depth, height and breadth.  Its quality flies in the face of the popular belief that artists grow less effective the longer they record and the more hallucinogens they sample.  After twenty