Posts Tagged: northern spy

Horse Lords ~ The Common Task

Like the Bridget Riley-styled art of the album cover, The Common Task seems to emerge, fully armed, from the traces of a bright modernist history whose ruins yet infuse our hearts with hope. The many references of the album have

Horse Lords ~ The Common Task

Like the Bridget Riley-styled art of the album cover, The Common Task seems to emerge, fully armed, from the traces of a bright modernist history whose ruins yet infuse our hearts with hope. The many references of the album have

The Necks ~ Body

One of the things that makes The Necks so brilliant is their continual exploration of organicism in any and all its forms, not only in pure musical terms but also as ensemble. For the past few years that’s meant drawing

The Necks ~ Body

One of the things that makes The Necks so brilliant is their continual exploration of organicism in any and all its forms, not only in pure musical terms but also as ensemble. For the past few years that’s meant drawing

The Necks ~ Vertigo

Low drones, high-pitched buzzes fading in and out, seemingly meandering piano and percussions – Vertigo seems to try its best to represent a bodily affection, a perceptual disruption that denies the sufferer respite even after having closed the eyes. The

The Necks ~ Vertigo

Low drones, high-pitched buzzes fading in and out, seemingly meandering piano and percussions – Vertigo seems to try its best to represent a bodily affection, a perceptual disruption that denies the sufferer respite even after having closed the eyes. The

Interview: Rhys Chatham

Come summer Montreal becomes a parade of constant festivals.  Suoni per il Popolo (Sounds for the People) remains my favorite festival because it’s really an anti-festival; it’s a well-curated concert series that rewards attention and reflection.  The way that the

Interview: Rhys Chatham

Come summer Montreal becomes a parade of constant festivals.  Suoni per il Popolo (Sounds for the People) remains my favorite festival because it’s really an anti-festival; it’s a well-curated concert series that rewards attention and reflection.  The way that the