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Tarab + Artificial Memory Trace’s “Obex” reviewed by Chain DLK

Sonic experimenters Slavek Kwi (Artificial Memory Trance) and Tarab have engaged in a kind of cultural exchange whereby they provided objects and activity sounds to one another, irregularly transforming them into amended sonic products that would then be recycled into other noises. The result is a hard-edged, heavily-processed hour long collection of processed noises, often […]

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Tarab + Artificial Memory Trace’s “Obex” reviewed by Aural Aggravation

There’s something seriously awry with my promo download of the album. The tracks won’t play any audio, and instead flit by as if scrolling, searching through a menu on fast-forward. It’s a disorientating experience, and frustrating. But my curiosity I piqued, and so I feel compelled to piece together a review from the sources I […]

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Emmanuel Mieville’s “Juryo: Durée de la vie de l’ainsi-venu” reviewed by Liability

Après un Ethers de bonne facture, paru chez le non moins excellent label Baskaru, Emmanuel Mieville nous revient cette fois chez Cronica, autre structure d’excellence en ce qui concerne les musiques électroniques expérimentales. Mieville poursuit ici son exploration du monde à travers sa musique et les sons qu’il a pu collecter. Avec cet album c’est […]

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Mathias Delpanque’s “Témoins” reviewed by Vital

Following a number of releases some time ago by Mathias Delplanque it became quiet or perhaps not all of his releases reached me. Here we have a new work from him, his third on Cronica Electronica. Delplanque, born in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso in 1973, works very much with digital means, either under his own or […]

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Graeme Truslove’s “Intuited Architectures” reviewed by Neural

Graeme Truslove from Glasgow, is in the spotlight for his Crónica Electrónica and his album Intuited Architectures, which is divided into six different mainly electronic and electroacoustic tracks. The limits and the fusion between these two different approaches is at the very basis of the author’s research. He is prone to audio-visual compositions and uses […]

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Graeme Truslove’s “Intuited Architectures” reviewed by The Sound Projector

Cabinets stuffed with academic credentials and accolades, Glasgow-based Graeme Truslove is a seasoned sonic scientist; using metaphorical microscope to illuminate the sub-cellular dimension’s peculiar turns of phrase, weaving these into chaotic tapestries with which he invades performance spaces. He may not be the first to have covered the cline between fixed-medium electroacoustics and real-time sound […]

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Monty Adkins’s “Shadows and Reflections” reviewed by RNE 3 Atmosfera

Los samples de órgano de Monty Adkins siempre nos han cautivado, así que estábamos impacientes por abrir esta nueva entrega “Shadows and Reflections” “Shadows and Reflections” se desarrolla a partir de una colaboración audiovisual entre Monty Adkins y el pintor Andy Fullalove exhibida en la catedral de Bradford en octubre de 2016. La exposición constaba […]

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Monty Adkins’s “Shadows and Reflections” reviewed by FullMoon

Kalifornská dvojice Freescha kdysi pojmenovala jednu ze svých desek Slower Than Church Music. K mixu downtempa a IDM ve stylu Boards of Canada ten název seděl jako ulitý, a kdyby už nebyl zabraný, skvěle by se hodil i k novince britského skladatele Montyho Adkinse. Ta má navíc chrámový rozměr zabudovaný přímo ve své DNA – […]

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David Lee Myers’s “Superpositions” reviewed by Gonzo Circus

Superpositions by David Lee Myers

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Dan Powell’s “At Cuckmere” reviewed by Touching Extremes

How I love when a release teaches me something new, not only in terms of internal movement but also – as in the case of this concise work – about uncontaminated sites I would not mind dying in. Dan Powell, a long-time visitor of Cuckmere Haven (Sussex), decided to employ perceptions and actual souls affiliated […]

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