Posts Tagged: Jennifer Smart

J.WLSN 1993 Album Cover

J.WLSN ~ 1993

We may be living in the era of pandemic records for a while yet. J.WLSN’s 1993 is another entry into the canon but it’s one which, although a product of the artist’s extended stay in Australia’s lockdowns, resonates far beyond

J.WLSN 1993 Album Cover

J.WLSN ~ 1993

We may be living in the era of pandemic records for a while yet. J.WLSN’s 1993 is another entry into the canon but it’s one which, although a product of the artist’s extended stay in Australia’s lockdowns, resonates far beyond

Chimaera I Album Cover

Colin Stetson ~ Chimaera I

Colin Stetson is one among a number of contemporary experimental musicians who have carved out careers as composers for film and television. In 2022 alone the artist released soundtracks for two films and a docuseries about NASA.  It seems only

Chimaera I Album Cover

Colin Stetson ~ Chimaera I

Colin Stetson is one among a number of contemporary experimental musicians who have carved out careers as composers for film and television. In 2022 alone the artist released soundtracks for two films and a docuseries about NASA.  It seems only

Angelo Harmsworth ~ Singe

On Singe, the most recent release from the Berlin-based musician Angelo Harmsworth, Harmsworth toys with the limits of ambient music. Across each of the album’s seven tracks he toes the line between harsh noise and gentle ambience, querying whether or

Angelo Harmsworth ~ Singe

On Singe, the most recent release from the Berlin-based musician Angelo Harmsworth, Harmsworth toys with the limits of ambient music. Across each of the album’s seven tracks he toes the line between harsh noise and gentle ambience, querying whether or

Ruins Corrado Maria De Santis

Corrado Maria De Santis ~ Ruins

Ruins connote a number of things: Decay, collapse, fragments, a sense of pastness and history. But to refer to something as ruins also assumes resilience and persistence; that despite the passage of time or an absence, traces of what was

Ruins Corrado Maria De Santis

Corrado Maria De Santis ~ Ruins

Ruins connote a number of things: Decay, collapse, fragments, a sense of pastness and history. But to refer to something as ruins also assumes resilience and persistence; that despite the passage of time or an absence, traces of what was

Garek Druss ~ Soft Fascination

Garek Druss’ latest album Soft Fascination makes for an emotionally interesting listen: Its synthesized harmonies and drones feel measured, even tentative at times, but there’s a sense across the album’s five tracks that the music would like to break out

Garek Druss ~ Soft Fascination

Garek Druss’ latest album Soft Fascination makes for an emotionally interesting listen: Its synthesized harmonies and drones feel measured, even tentative at times, but there’s a sense across the album’s five tracks that the music would like to break out

Pierce Warnecke ~ Deafened By The Noise Of Time

The notes accompanying Pierre Warnecke’s new album Deafened by the Noise of Time begin with a quote from the German author, W.G. Sebald.  Taken from his experimental final novel Austerlitz, the quotation ends with a melancholic mediation on sonic absence

Pierce Warnecke ~ Deafened By The Noise Of Time

The notes accompanying Pierre Warnecke’s new album Deafened by the Noise of Time begin with a quote from the German author, W.G. Sebald.  Taken from his experimental final novel Austerlitz, the quotation ends with a melancholic mediation on sonic absence

Felicia Atkinson ~ Image Language

Across her body of work, Felicia Atkinson has explored the gap between experience and its capture.  She creates spacious electroacoustic soundscapes drenched in landscape and imagery, fusing a variety of sonic genres from spoken word to sound collage.  Through the

Felicia Atkinson ~ Image Language

Across her body of work, Felicia Atkinson has explored the gap between experience and its capture.  She creates spacious electroacoustic soundscapes drenched in landscape and imagery, fusing a variety of sonic genres from spoken word to sound collage.  Through the

Stelzer/Murray ~ commit

Commit is the third collaborative release from veteran noise/experimental musicians Howard Stelzer and Brendan Murray.  Since 2017 the two have been releasing recordings which document an intuitive fusion of their respective sonic palettes; Stelzer’s mangled tape, distorted signals, and sound

Stelzer/Murray ~ commit

Commit is the third collaborative release from veteran noise/experimental musicians Howard Stelzer and Brendan Murray.  Since 2017 the two have been releasing recordings which document an intuitive fusion of their respective sonic palettes; Stelzer’s mangled tape, distorted signals, and sound