Call me old-fashioned, but I never really got over Kevin Drumm’s early works. Don’t get me wrong, Land of Lurches certainly has its place in the pantheon of classic . . . whatever kind of music you want to call it (noise, sure, but such noise). Kevin’s opening track on this split, however, displays an […]
Constellation Tatsu has had a busy year; but among a number of interesting works, this split C30 cassette by Pleq (Bartosz Dziadosz) and Quinn Walker stands out.
Starting off with a somewhat standard drone on ‘Inner Structure’, the album quickly gains a hazy patina, with static and surface noises gaining the foreground over slowly evolving harmonies. […]
I was previously familiar with @c’s work (the duo of Miguel Carvalhais and Pedro Tudela) in the digital realm, and some of their trademark techniques are on display here (choppy rhythmic edits, spacious tonal beds). The source material continues to progress from previous work, however, consisting mostly of found objects and field recordings. The content […]
Introducing our new section for review-specific posts – Soundscape Sanctions. Our archives of Soundscape.radio have occasionally been adopted for album reviews, perhaps filling a void left by the hiatuses or hibernations of classics like WHITE_LINE and Bagatellen. While that’s all well and good, given the recent influx of material to our address explicitly for review […]
A wonderful compilation released on Scott Foust’s now defunct Pineapple Tapes. I won’t say much about it here (beyond the fact that it is an entirely worthwhile album to listen to, featuring the likes of Idea Fire Company, Matt Krefting, Karla Borecky, Asmus Tietchens, Graham Lambkin, Andrew Chalk and more), but head on over to […]