Approaching Olivia Block’s Karren here has provoked some hesitation on my part; much as that I encountered for a review last year of Alessandro Bosetti’s Stand Up Comedy. As then, it is worth questioning what this text could add to the experience of simply listening to such an accomplished work, but provoking our readers’ curiosity is [...]
Mathieu Ruhlmann, Soundscape / Cut And Run citizen, has had his most recent output released on 3LEAVES in the form of This Star Teaches Bending. His notes and a sample follow…
“In 2012, my mother at the age of 63 was diagnosed with a rare terminal lung disease. She was given a six-month life expectancy at [...]
[Image courtesy of Danny Pellisier.]
A simple question earlier today about the theme for this evening’s show had me waxing philosophical right up to the time of this post. In the absence of cohesive thematic ideas (or more accurately, the time to collect the material to act on them), I often find myself simply playing music [...]
Tonight’s show largely features the works of a selection of artists appearing at Vancouver New Music’s 40th Anniversary Festival running from October 16th to the 19th, 2013. Full listings can be found under Events. We close the show with a pair of brand new releases.
1 – Paul Dolden – ‘Physics Of Seduction: Invocation #3′ – [...]
I figured Seth Nehil’s latest was a safe bet to purchase sound unheard – his work rarely disappoints. Lair follows the path set out in Knives, his last full-length released 3 years past. Its press proclaims it to be a darker and noisier take on a similar palette of heavily studio-edited acoustic and electronic sources: [...]