Posts Tagged: Joseph Sannicandro

LCNL 082: Change Happens (a mix by YlangYlang)

  Readers might remember that I lived in Montreal until the autumn of 2014. Lately, especially since the election, I’ve been really missing everything that is so special about that city, conveniently forgetting all my past frustrations. Which might account

LCNL 082: Change Happens (a mix by YlangYlang)

  Readers might remember that I lived in Montreal until the autumn of 2014. Lately, especially since the election, I’ve been really missing everything that is so special about that city, conveniently forgetting all my past frustrations. Which might account

LCNL 081: “Location Materials” compiled by Karl Fousek

  Montreal modular synthesist Karl Fousek takes us on a tour through his personal cassette collection. No stranger to tapes himself, since 2014 Karl has released three tapes on Phinery and assorted tapes on other labels.  Last summer his trio

LCNL 081: “Location Materials” compiled by Karl Fousek

  Montreal modular synthesist Karl Fousek takes us on a tour through his personal cassette collection. No stranger to tapes himself, since 2014 Karl has released three tapes on Phinery and assorted tapes on other labels.  Last summer his trio

ACL 2016: Sound Propositions

2016, eh…? I say this every year, but I find it increasingly difficult to put these kinds of year-end retrospectives together.  The December rush often means a lot of records get left behind, some newer records get overvalued while those

ACL 2016: Sound Propositions

2016, eh…? I say this every year, but I find it increasingly difficult to put these kinds of year-end retrospectives together.  The December rush often means a lot of records get left behind, some newer records get overvalued while those

ACL 2016: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

Few people would guess that the Field Recording and Soundscape section of our site would also be its most timely and political.  And yet, as this year’s selections indicate, the genre is far more than nature recordings. While these continue

ACL 2016: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

Few people would guess that the Field Recording and Soundscape section of our site would also be its most timely and political.  And yet, as this year’s selections indicate, the genre is far more than nature recordings. While these continue

Canti Magnetici ~ Tape Batch #2: Luca Garino, Videobasic, Absent Outfit, Danny Clay + Greg Gorlen

Serious question: Why release music on tape? The resurgence of tape labels in recent years has been met with a seemingly never-ending flood of condescending think pieces.  I’m against fetishization and nostalgia more than most, yet I think it’s important

Canti Magnetici ~ Tape Batch #2: Luca Garino, Videobasic, Absent Outfit, Danny Clay + Greg Gorlen

Serious question: Why release music on tape? The resurgence of tape labels in recent years has been met with a seemingly never-ending flood of condescending think pieces.  I’m against fetishization and nostalgia more than most, yet I think it’s important

LCNL 077: blackstag presents “Give me the withered leaves I chose before in the old time”

London-based Andrew Sherwell aka blackstag presents  “Give me the withered leaves I chose before in the old time”, weaving together Eastern European choral music with a variety of very recent experimental music. Sherwell curates his ideal hour of beautiful music

LCNL 077: blackstag presents “Give me the withered leaves I chose before in the old time”

London-based Andrew Sherwell aka blackstag presents  “Give me the withered leaves I chose before in the old time”, weaving together Eastern European choral music with a variety of very recent experimental music. Sherwell curates his ideal hour of beautiful music

Francesco Gregoretti ~ Solid Layers, Deafening Shapes

  Many of my favorite artists trained as architects, while many of my favorite composers had their origins in the rhythm section. I can’t help but try to see some commonality in this. Architects must strike a balance between being

Francesco Gregoretti ~ Solid Layers, Deafening Shapes

  Many of my favorite artists trained as architects, while many of my favorite composers had their origins in the rhythm section. I can’t help but try to see some commonality in this. Architects must strike a balance between being