Kostis Kilymis brings us a strange pair of tracks on the Crystal Drops 7″. The first is a rhythmic set of analogue electronic patterns, while the second starts similarly, but quickly ascends to some carefully mixed, though seemingly otherwise unaltered, fields. Both are refreshingly poignant and purposeful.
The opening ‘Crystal Drops’ is in a style becoming increasingly fashionable […]
[ 23 January , 2015 22:00 to 24 January , 2015 02:00. ]
Andy Stott, Kowton, Michael Red, Max Ulis and Austin Phillips
January 23 @ 10:00 pm – 2:00 am | $25-$30
The Fox Cabaret
2321 Main Street
Vancouver, Unceded Coast Salish Territory
Two English heavyweights are coming to what is fast becoming Vancouver’s most consistent venue for electronic music (all the better since the upgraded sound system). Though both fall on […]
Better late than never? Phil Julian and Ben Owen‘s Between Landing is finally in a stereo system several months after release, and I am glad to have finally heard it.
The first impression is a tense one. Disregarding any familiarity with either artist’s body of work, the album overall tends towards an slightly unstable and brooding atmosphere. Taking their […]
Though a couple of months old, and having already garnered attention at Tiny Mixtapes, We Need No Swords and Vital Weekly, some recent discussions have brought me here to commit some thoughts on the role of the music criticism in general, and Kostis Kilymis‘s Komhths in particular, to this post.
My first impulse came from reading the aforementioned reviews. While […]
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 […]