Posts Tagged: noise

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

LCNL 065: Assembler presents “Rearranging Mists”

Welcome back!  I’ve been on the road since the end of May, which has certainly disrupted my ability to properly keep up with this series.  But we’ve got some special things lined up for the duration of the year, and

LCNL 065: Assembler presents “Rearranging Mists”

Welcome back!  I’ve been on the road since the end of May, which has certainly disrupted my ability to properly keep up with this series.  But we’ve got some special things lined up for the duration of the year, and

Dave Phillips / Aspec(t) ~ Medusa

  “The jellyfish represents the collapse of the ecosystem and the spinelessness of the people charged with protecting it.” -George Monbiot,“Feeding Frenzy” Medusa, the first collaboration between Dave Phillips  (DP) and Aspec(t),  (Mario Gabola and Mimmo Napolitano) is no doubt

Dave Phillips / Aspec(t) ~ Medusa

  “The jellyfish represents the collapse of the ecosystem and the spinelessness of the people charged with protecting it.” -George Monbiot,“Feeding Frenzy” Medusa, the first collaboration between Dave Phillips  (DP) and Aspec(t),  (Mario Gabola and Mimmo Napolitano) is no doubt

LCNL 048 ~ Waves Approaching (Selected by Phirnis)

Vienna’s Kai Ginkel, aka Phirnis, is a true sonic originator.  Progressing from experimental noise to intricate drone, he’s made an incredible impact in a short period of time.  We last featured the artist with 2013’s Feeding Lions, and he’s just presented us

LCNL 048 ~ Waves Approaching (Selected by Phirnis)

Vienna’s Kai Ginkel, aka Phirnis, is a true sonic originator.  Progressing from experimental noise to intricate drone, he’s made an incredible impact in a short period of time.  We last featured the artist with 2013’s Feeding Lions, and he’s just presented us

LCNL 038: Kaukatakan tadi mulut raksasa itu selalu mengaga ? mixed by Blindhæð

LCNL 038: ini.itu mix Kaukatakan tadi mulut raksasa itu selalu mengaga ? Mixed by Blindhæð, nov 2013 @ 4amperStudio A Closer Listen is about putting more attention into what we do, being more mindful.  Listening more closely, contemplating more deeply,

LCNL 038: Kaukatakan tadi mulut raksasa itu selalu mengaga ? mixed by Blindhæð

LCNL 038: ini.itu mix Kaukatakan tadi mulut raksasa itu selalu mengaga ? Mixed by Blindhæð, nov 2013 @ 4amperStudio A Closer Listen is about putting more attention into what we do, being more mindful.  Listening more closely, contemplating more deeply,

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

Sound Propositions 05: Pete Swanson

Pete Swanson  is perhaps best known as half of the pioneering American  west coast Noise duo Yellow Swans, along with Gabriel Mindel Saloman.  Yellow Swans disbanded in 2008, and Swanson kept a relatively low profile at first, self-releasing a few

Sound Propositions 05: Pete Swanson

Pete Swanson  is perhaps best known as half of the pioneering American  west coast Noise duo Yellow Swans, along with Gabriel Mindel Saloman.  Yellow Swans disbanded in 2008, and Swanson kept a relatively low profile at first, self-releasing a few