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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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David Lee Myers’s “Superpositions” reviewed by The Wire

Early in his career, New York based audiovisual artist David Lee Myers discovered guitar effects boxes. He has since become adept at channeling internal electronic feedback by wiring together systems where inputs are fed at their own outputs, guiding electrons through hidden, ouroboric pathways. Superpositions, a new cassette for Portuguese experimental label Crónica, demonstrates a […]

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Monty Adkins’s “Shadows and Reflections” reviewed by 5:4

An interesting aspect of what i’ve been calling ‘steady statism‘ is the relationship it has with the idea of stasis. What is a musical stasis? Considering that music unfolds in time, isn’t it an oxymoronic idea? Furthermore, is such a hypothetical stasis intentional (objective) or perceptional (subjective) – or both? When writing about Markus Reuter’s […]

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David Lee Myers’s “Superpositions” reviewed by Loop.cl

David Lee Myers is a visual and sound artist who lives in New York. Since 1987 produces electronic music under his own name or under the pseudonym Arcane Device. Today he has a discography of 20 albums in Generator, ReR, Silent, RRRecords, Staalplaat, among other labels. The first time I listened to David Lee Myers’s […]

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Monty Adkins’s “Shadows and Reflections” reviewed by Blow Up

La Crónica continua a dar conto di esperienze artistiche particolari e curate attraverso delle cassete dal formato più che adatto a un minutaggio abbastanza ridotto. In questo caso si tratta di musica per uns installazione di un pitore (Andy Fullalove) nella cattedrale di Bradford in occasione del restauro di un’opera (un paliotto d’altare) del pittore, […]

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

Parisian composer Emmanuel Mieville has shown up here in the past with Four Wanderings in Tropical Lands (field recordings), Concret-Sens (a tribute to classical musique concrète) and Ethers (electronic drone music). On Juryo (CRÓNICA 126-2017), the plan is to explore a Buddhist text called the Lotus Sutra, and he uses this text’s “inspiration cycles” as […]

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