To begin, it should be noted that this is not a review of the music itself, which would be rather unnecessary given this has already been released twice. First on LP in 1998 and again on CD in 2007; each with their own plethora of responses. For writing to that effect, I would direct you […]
The newest edition in Anne-Françoise Jacques’ mail-exchange-distributed Crustacés Tapes is Montréal Tape Run. One cassette of 10 tracks by 10 artists passed around Montréal over 10 days, with subsequent copies for distribution copied from that single promiscuous cassette. You can read more on the label (and how to receive their releases) at our previous post.
As would […]
I came across the (relatively new) label ((Cave)) Recordings through its ties and artistic overlaps with Housecraft. The label’s most recent release is Devolution Walkabout, by the multi-aliased Scott Johnson, here credited as Permanent Bedhead.
Expecting, as one does from many small American cassette labels, some kind of one-man analogue synthesizer jam-band, the album heads to […]
Cremaster, the duo of Alfredo Costa Monteiro and Ferran Fegas, team up with London based violinist Angharad Davies for the latest release on Potlach, pluie fine. Prepared over a two-year span and employing prepared violin, ‘electro-acoustic devices ’and various other electronic means, the trio composes three tracks of magnitude and measure.
Though the album and track titles […]
I’ve never really known what to think of Michael Esposito. Whether he undertakes his EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena) recordings with an archival or artistic approach (and, more to the point, whether his understanding of the phenomena themselves is spiritual or sociological) is perhaps irrelevant to the impact of his work. Deeply emotionally charged, often without […]