Posts Tagged: sound art

Sound Propositions 019: KMRU

Joseph Kamaru aka KMRU is a young artist from Nairobi, Kenya who has cultivated a unique sound utilizing field-recordings as compositional aids. While his bandcamp and soundcloud have been home to prolific self-released work over the last few years, 2020

Sound Propositions 019: KMRU

Joseph Kamaru aka KMRU is a young artist from Nairobi, Kenya who has cultivated a unique sound utilizing field-recordings as compositional aids. While his bandcamp and soundcloud have been home to prolific self-released work over the last few years, 2020

Ten Years of The Tapeworm

This year marks the tenth anniversary of The Tapeworm, the London-based cassette-only label founded by Philip Marshall. In the years since, the label has branched out into The Wormhole, an avenue for experiments with non-tape formats, and The Bookworm, their

Ten Years of The Tapeworm

This year marks the tenth anniversary of The Tapeworm, the London-based cassette-only label founded by Philip Marshall. In the years since, the label has branched out into The Wormhole, an avenue for experiments with non-tape formats, and The Bookworm, their

SP* Episode 3: ROBOT, TEACH US TO GROOVE – with Efraín Rozas [podcast]

This one goes places. (Headphone-listening recommended) While in New York, I was lucky enough to witness the psychedelic salsa group La Mecánica Popular break it down at Nublu in Alphabet City, on a terribly rainy day that was warmed up

SP* Episode 3: ROBOT, TEACH US TO GROOVE – with Efraín Rozas [podcast]

This one goes places. (Headphone-listening recommended) While in New York, I was lucky enough to witness the psychedelic salsa group La Mecánica Popular break it down at Nublu in Alphabet City, on a terribly rainy day that was warmed up

On the Return of Senufo Editions (Giuseppe Ielasi, Alessandro Brivio, Takamitsu Ohta)

Giuseppe Ielasi has been one my favorite artists for a decade now, his reputation cemented in my mind by the blissful textures of August (2007) and the rhythmic sampledelica of Aix (2009),  both for 12k. His Stunt series (2008-2013) further

On the Return of Senufo Editions (Giuseppe Ielasi, Alessandro Brivio, Takamitsu Ohta)

Giuseppe Ielasi has been one my favorite artists for a decade now, his reputation cemented in my mind by the blissful textures of August (2007) and the rhythmic sampledelica of Aix (2009),  both for 12k. His Stunt series (2008-2013) further

Giovanni Lami ~ Bias

It’s like a garden, where everything grows by itself and you need to make just a few things, to see what is going to happen most of the time. -Giovanni Lami Does a physical medium simply contain (or mediate) a

Giovanni Lami ~ Bias

It’s like a garden, where everything grows by itself and you need to make just a few things, to see what is going to happen most of the time. -Giovanni Lami Does a physical medium simply contain (or mediate) a

Sound Propositions 09: Kate Carr

Sound Propositions is an ongoing, semi-regular series of conversations with artists exploring their creative practices and individual aesthetics, conceived of as a counter-narrative to a dominant trend in music journalism which fetishizes equipment and new technologies. Rather than writing copy

Sound Propositions 09: Kate Carr

Sound Propositions is an ongoing, semi-regular series of conversations with artists exploring their creative practices and individual aesthetics, conceived of as a counter-narrative to a dominant trend in music journalism which fetishizes equipment and new technologies. Rather than writing copy

RADIOFONICA – Nov. 6/7/8/9 (free exhibition and live streaming)

  How quickly we forget. How quickly we are to believe our present moment is new, different, incommensurable with the past.  This is especially true in our fetishization of new technologies, as even a cursory glance at the recent literature

RADIOFONICA – Nov. 6/7/8/9 (free exhibition and live streaming)

  How quickly we forget. How quickly we are to believe our present moment is new, different, incommensurable with the past.  This is especially true in our fetishization of new technologies, as even a cursory glance at the recent literature

LCNL 053: A Machine In The Garden [mix]

“Our inherited symbols of order and beauty have been divested of meaning.” Leo Marx And now for something a little bit different: an edited soundwalk consisting of field-recordings made during the Sonic Delights festival at Caramoor in Katonah, NY. Richard

LCNL 053: A Machine In The Garden [mix]

“Our inherited symbols of order and beauty have been divested of meaning.” Leo Marx And now for something a little bit different: an edited soundwalk consisting of field-recordings made during the Sonic Delights festival at Caramoor in Katonah, NY. Richard