Posts Tagged: lumisokea

Lumisokea ~ Transmissions from Revarsavr

On their seventh Opal Tapes release, Lumisokea seems to be having more fun than ever. Not only is the album rife with percussion, it oozes old-school authenticity, as Koenraad Ecker and Andrea Taeggi borrowed a bunch of hundred-year-old noise instruments

Lumisokea ~ Transmissions from Revarsavr

On their seventh Opal Tapes release, Lumisokea seems to be having more fun than ever. Not only is the album rife with percussion, it oozes old-school authenticity, as Koenraad Ecker and Andrea Taeggi borrowed a bunch of hundred-year-old noise instruments

Lumisokea ~ Mnemosyne

Italian/Belgian experimentalists Lumisokea (operating in Berlin) continue to stretch boundaries on their latest release.  Mnemosyne refers to the Greek goddess of memory and the mother of the Muses, while track titles such as “Abri” (shelter) and “Jenseits” (the hereafter) hint at

Lumisokea ~ Mnemosyne

Italian/Belgian experimentalists Lumisokea (operating in Berlin) continue to stretch boundaries on their latest release.  Mnemosyne refers to the Greek goddess of memory and the mother of the Muses, while track titles such as “Abri” (shelter) and “Jenseits” (the hereafter) hint at

ACL 2013: Sound Propositions

To be honest, I always find myself resisting these end of year celebrations. For starters, the year ends on December 31, so if nothing else I need the time to even begin to reflect at all properly on the preceding

ACL 2013: Sound Propositions

To be honest, I always find myself resisting these end of year celebrations. For starters, the year ends on December 31, so if nothing else I need the time to even begin to reflect at all properly on the preceding

Electronic Observations 2013 #2

It’s that time again – I’ll be honest, this would have been a lot earlier if February had a sensible number of days like the other months.  Or maybe if I hadn’t been sidetracked by Autechre’s radio shows which dominated

Electronic Observations 2013 #2

It’s that time again – I’ll be honest, this would have been a lot earlier if February had a sensible number of days like the other months.  Or maybe if I hadn’t been sidetracked by Autechre’s radio shows which dominated