Carl Michael von Hausswolff was once referred to by The Sound Projector as “a unique creator whose minimalistic results often belie a complex and labour-intensive working method” – as appropriate a summary of his work as any I’ve read. His most recent release is published on Touch, and is no exception to the rule. We […]
Welcome to the dark churning House of Gold, where sound art process ultimately gives birth to Techno. In this interview we preview and review Gold’s subdued but powerful evocative drones. They are unscored with delightful rolling thumps, contrasted with screechy no-input and augmented with processed field recordings. The result is a wall of texture that leaves […]
Aquatic sonifications selected by Alex Muir.
Qasim Naqvi – the Cast
Silvia Kastel – Chased
Jonathan Scherk – Never Changing
Rabit – Ontological Graffiti
Graham Lambkin and Taku Unami – Small Mistakes in Nature
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith – Who I Am & Why I Am Where I Am
Joda Clement and Mathieu Ruhlmann – Against What Light
Qasim Naqvi – Mannequin
Rabit – […]
Part One – On Framing
What makes a field recording worth listening to? This question is asked more of the auditory practice than its visual cousin, photography. Similarities between the two abound – site selection and the artist’s/audience’s relation to it, aesthetic qualities, questions of perspective and framing, whether or not the document should/can be edited […]
Interview with the delightfully revealing Joda Clément, featuring his latest solo release Time + Place.
drone-bolge-ii (excerpt) – Norah Lorway
the aim of blue – Joda Clément, with Judith Hamann (Cello)
you will dissolve, before me – Joda Clément
unhoused vacuity – Joda Clément
Time + Place available from Band Camp released by Glistening Examples.