Posts Tagged: Samuel Rogers

Xyla ~ Ways

Electronic music is cold and soulless. You’ve heard this truism from an acquaintance. They are wearing a Pink Floyd shirt. They refuse to believe that knobs and buttons have the same emotional capacities as strummed guitars. Point them to this

Xyla ~ Ways

Electronic music is cold and soulless. You’ve heard this truism from an acquaintance. They are wearing a Pink Floyd shirt. They refuse to believe that knobs and buttons have the same emotional capacities as strummed guitars. Point them to this

Maral ~ Push / Bambi OFS ~ YAKKA

Lest readers forget, nightclubs are those enclosed spaces where strangers stand close together, losing their inhibitions. In press releases, any beat-driven record is “club-oriented”. This begs two questions: 1) Where are the cool clubs that play these crazy sounds? 2)

Maral ~ Push / Bambi OFS ~ YAKKA

Lest readers forget, nightclubs are those enclosed spaces where strangers stand close together, losing their inhibitions. In press releases, any beat-driven record is “club-oriented”. This begs two questions: 1) Where are the cool clubs that play these crazy sounds? 2)

thme ~ that’s what it will be like / Almanacs ~ Ephemeral Visions

We are constantly aware of ourselves existing in space. We prefer the country or the city. We like our walls a certain colour. We feel at home in one place, or forever on the move. But our existence in time

thme ~ that’s what it will be like / Almanacs ~ Ephemeral Visions

We are constantly aware of ourselves existing in space. We prefer the country or the city. We like our walls a certain colour. We feel at home in one place, or forever on the move. But our existence in time

Christopher Cerrone & Tim Munro ~ Liminal Highway

when you fall asleep in transit you rarely wake up much closer to where you want to be and you’ve missed the song you were waiting to hear coming up after the ad for a funeral home and the traffic

Christopher Cerrone & Tim Munro ~ Liminal Highway

when you fall asleep in transit you rarely wake up much closer to where you want to be and you’ve missed the song you were waiting to hear coming up after the ad for a funeral home and the traffic

Ian Wellman ~ The House that Ate Itself / Kin Leonn & Hiroshi Ebina ~ Faraway Vicinity

How do you know when you are home? Home might be a specific building, or a hometown, or a region. It might mean be a feeling of oneness we experience in nature, with family, or anywhere we belong. We may

Ian Wellman ~ The House that Ate Itself / Kin Leonn & Hiroshi Ebina ~ Faraway Vicinity

How do you know when you are home? Home might be a specific building, or a hometown, or a region. It might mean be a feeling of oneness we experience in nature, with family, or anywhere we belong. We may

Amy Cutler ~ Örö Tape: Fieldtrips of the Damned / Marina Rosenfeld & Ben Vida ~ Vertice

What is the purpose of recorded sound? As music lovers, we live and breathe it. But what is its raison d’être? Recordings transport us into distant places or timeframes. They prompt emotional and intellectual responses. The aural can complement visual

Amy Cutler ~ Örö Tape: Fieldtrips of the Damned / Marina Rosenfeld & Ben Vida ~ Vertice

What is the purpose of recorded sound? As music lovers, we live and breathe it. But what is its raison d’être? Recordings transport us into distant places or timeframes. They prompt emotional and intellectual responses. The aural can complement visual

Phil Struck ~ Schleswig​-​Holstein Aufnahmen

“All great art is born of the metropolis”, wrote the modernist poet Ezra Pound. He was wrong though. Cities have a lot to offer artists. The invigorating rush of the new; the stimulating shock of the exotic; the freedom of

Phil Struck ~ Schleswig​-​Holstein Aufnahmen

“All great art is born of the metropolis”, wrote the modernist poet Ezra Pound. He was wrong though. Cities have a lot to offer artists. The invigorating rush of the new; the stimulating shock of the exotic; the freedom of

Residual Drifter ~ Isolation Booth / Loss of Being

We often use “dark”, “warm”, and similar descriptors to help classify abstract music. Perhaps “utopian” and “dystopian” are equally useful. Some sounds have the power to conjure idyllic visions, showing us how the world might be. John Hassel and Brian

Residual Drifter ~ Isolation Booth / Loss of Being

We often use “dark”, “warm”, and similar descriptors to help classify abstract music. Perhaps “utopian” and “dystopian” are equally useful. Some sounds have the power to conjure idyllic visions, showing us how the world might be. John Hassel and Brian