Posts Tagged: montreal

Tim Hecker ~ Anoyo

Anoyo, which means “the world over there,” is the counterpart to last year’s glorious Konoyo, or “the world over here.” While the two are certainly closely related, both built around the prominent contributions of members of Tokyo Gakuso, it would

Tim Hecker ~ Anoyo

Anoyo, which means “the world over there,” is the counterpart to last year’s glorious Konoyo, or “the world over here.” While the two are certainly closely related, both built around the prominent contributions of members of Tokyo Gakuso, it would

Joseph Sannicandro presents “ma(d)re nostrx ii” [mix]

Live sound mix by sound artist Joseph Sannicandro for Free City Radio with Stefan Christoff, mixed live on radio CKUT in Montreal, 26 December 2018.   This mix was presented live on CKUT for Free City Radio the day after

Joseph Sannicandro presents “ma(d)re nostrx ii” [mix]

Live sound mix by sound artist Joseph Sannicandro for Free City Radio with Stefan Christoff, mixed live on radio CKUT in Montreal, 26 December 2018.   This mix was presented live on CKUT for Free City Radio the day after

Stefan Christoff & Joseph Sannicandro ~ temps de travail, syncopé

In a clever play on words, les temps (temperature) becomes time in the phrase, temps de travail (working time).  The album offers a score to a cold work day, from overture “les travaux” (“jobs”) to finale “clock out”.  Frost, ice and snow decorate the recording

Stefan Christoff & Joseph Sannicandro ~ temps de travail, syncopé

In a clever play on words, les temps (temperature) becomes time in the phrase, temps de travail (working time).  The album offers a score to a cold work day, from overture “les travaux” (“jobs”) to finale “clock out”.  Frost, ice and snow decorate the recording

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 for

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 for

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

Mutek 2016 ~ Previews and Picks

  The 17th edition of MUTEK, Montreal’s esteemed international festival of digital creativity and electronic music, takes place this week running June 1-5. A veritable institution, this year’s festival continues to showcase the best in both established and up-and-coming Canadian

Mutek 2016 ~ Previews and Picks

  The 17th edition of MUTEK, Montreal’s esteemed international festival of digital creativity and electronic music, takes place this week running June 1-5. A veritable institution, this year’s festival continues to showcase the best in both established and up-and-coming Canadian

Premiere: Ras Moshe + Stefan Christoff // Rêves Sonores à Alwan

A CLOSER LISTEN is proud to premiere the latest tape from Howl! Arts, featuring duets between Ras Moshe and Stefan Christoff, with reimaginings by Nick Schofield. The A-side of the tape was recorded at Alwan Centre for the Arts early

Premiere: Ras Moshe + Stefan Christoff // Rêves Sonores à Alwan

A CLOSER LISTEN is proud to premiere the latest tape from Howl! Arts, featuring duets between Ras Moshe and Stefan Christoff, with reimaginings by Nick Schofield. The A-side of the tape was recorded at Alwan Centre for the Arts early