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Matilde Meireles’s “Life of a Potato” reviewed by Vital Weekly

The field recordings used here by Matilde Meireles are literally homegrown. It deals with the life of a potato, growing near Pewsey, in the Southwest of England. I had not heard of Matilde Meireles before. In her garden, she grows her vegetables, plants, and potatoes. She made her field recordings in her garden, in the […]

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David Lee Myers’s “Reduced to a Geometrical Point” reviewed by Downtown Music Gallery

Myers’s Cronica CD debut is an entirely different kettle of fish compared to the kind of work he produced on his sister Arcane Device release, the yin to Nodes’ yang, psyche to drama. If anything, this lengthy, four-track recording of miasmic, buzzing drone and minimalist linear formatting resurrects the original AD motivators but recontextualizes them […]

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Francisco López’s “DSB” reviewed by The Sound Projector

Another strong release from Francisco López, the very prolific sound artist whose passion and headstrong ways often lead him to make grand gestures and pronouncements, along with the music. Today on DSB (CRONICA 166-2021) he is reiterating – absolutely verbatim – the claims made for a 2018 release untitled#360 for the Emitter Micro label in Berlin, and noted here. The […]

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Yiorgis Sakellariou’s “Degti” reviewed by Blow Up

<a href=””>Degti by Yiorgis Sakellariou</a>

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“Deriva” reviewed by Revue & Corrigée

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New release: @c’s “GML Variations”

The new @c album, GML Variations is now available to download or stream. There are also still some copies available of the limited release CD in a gatefold sleeve, so get them while you can. GML Variations started with a commission to compose a piece for the Robotic Gamelan of Casa da Música, in Porto, […]

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TBA Podcast with @c

Dito e Feito · #24 Miguel Carvalhais e Pedro Tudela – VOCx The TBA Podcast features @c work in its most recent episode, looking at their sound installation VOC(x), which should have opened last April but was delayed by the pandemic. The mix created for this podcast looks at one among many possible articulations of […]

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Jos Smolders’s “Submerge-Emerge” reviewed by The Wire

<a href=””>Submerge-Emerge by Jos Smolders</a>

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Síria’s “Boa-Língua” reviewed by Musik an sich

Síria ist das Projekt der portugisischen Elektronik / Perkussionsmusikerin und Sängerin Diana Combo. Boa-Lingua ist Ihr zweites Album nach dem 2016 erschienenen Debüt und ist eher zufällig entstanden, denn die Aufnahmen stammen von Ãœbungen und Sessions, die nicht zwingend zu einem Album führen sollten.Die Musik der Portugiesin ist ein dunkler elektronischer Soundscape. Drones drehen sich um sich […]

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Rutger Zuydervelt & Bruno Duplant’s “L’incertitude” reviewed by Fluid Radio

L’incertitude has spent life in two separate countries, but in spite of its long-distance discourse, it offers a natural, uninterrupted flow of sound. For Bruno Duplant and Rutger Zuydervelt, the collaborative process was smooth and intuitive – there were no lengthy discussions, and that has carved a creative outlet into the music, allowing it to be […]

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