1 – Coppice – So Lobes Drape As Such Gills Over A Hanger’s Pit’ – Vantage/Cordoned – United States, 2014
You can find a full review(and samples) here at Cut And Run.
2 – Ilitch – ‘Elle Voulait Que Je Sois Drole’ – 10 Suicides – France, 1980
One of those songs that absolutely reeks of archetypal nostalgia the [...]
One of the two most recent releases on caduc.; the other being A Concert For Charles Cross, which you can find a review of here as well.
Coppice’s work has evolved through several variously distinctive eras since the duo’s inception in 2009. Early works, like Holes/Tract focused on defining the sonic and textural building blocks of [...]
One of the two most recent releases on caduc., with Coppice’s newest also to be reviewed here soon. So named after the French inventor who in addition to almost inventing subtractive photography, almost invented the phonograph.
In the interest of full disclosure, I should first point out that I am acquainted with both Joda Clément and [...]
[ 6 February , 2014; 20:30 to 23:30. ]
The latest installment in the DESTROY VANCOUVER series promises one of its best lineups yet:
DESTROY VANCOUVER VIII
THURSDAY FEB 6 | 8.30PM-1 AM 〓 CONCERT
✖ BONNIE JONES & ANDREA NEUMANN
✖ TOTAL LIFE (KEVIN DORIA)
✖ JESSE & JOSH ZUBOT
✖ PEGGY LEE
✖ DJ ALEX MUIR
(Poster by Joshua Bastien)
Bonnie Jones & Andrea Neumann
BONNIE JONES is a Korean-American writer, improvising musician, and performer working primarily with electronic music and text. Bonnie [...]
There was some sort of cohesive methodology behind the selection of works for tonight’s show, though I can’t really figure out what it was. Call it intuition.
Some of these notes have run into mini-review length, apologies for a lack of brevity…
1 – The Dadacomputer – ‘Missile Logic T’ – The Dadacomputer – United Kingdom, 1981