Today we listen to Chra and Mokuhen‘s CHMO release out now on Tsuku Boshi. It is the second in a series that finds Tsuku Boshi’s Laurent Guérel, under his Mokuhen moniker, trading sound sources with a like-minded musician–in this case, the Vienna-based artist Chra (Christina Nemec). Last year Guérel teamed up with Zellum, the electroacoustic explorer Lucien Gaudion, and the […]Read more ›
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Motion Graphics recently teamed up again with CULTURESPORT on this dazzling video for “Softbank Arcade (Swiftcode Version)“. Motion Graphics is the electronic musician Joe Williams, and you can find this track on his self-titled debut which came out last August via Domino. According to the label, the record was inspired in part by the “ambient sound effects of digital menu […]Read more ›
The NYC-based trio GRID will release their self-titled debut via NNA Tapes on March 24th and today we listen to the lead track “(+/+)“. The group includes Matt Nelson (Battle Trance) on saxophone, Tim Dahl (Child Abuse) on bass, and Nick Podgurski (New Firmament, Feast of the Epiphany) on drums, and while their improvisational approach is inspired by free jazz, […]Read more ›
Black Swords is an electronic music project that finds Stuart Argabright‘s Black Rain joining forces with the Belgium-based duo Orphan Swords. The trio will release The Future of the Sun EP via the Austrian label Noiztank on March 6th and today we listen to the lead track “The Arc Light Murders“–which just premiered over at self-titled. From the cut’s claustrophobic […]Read more ›
UK electronic producer The Bug and doom pioneer Dylan Carlson of Earth have teamed up again as The Bug Vs Earth and today we listen to their new track, “Snakes Vs Rats“. The two first met at the behest of visual artist/printmaker Simon Fowler, who had designed album covers for both musicians. Fowler had arranged for Carlson to attend Kevin […]Read more ›
Pharmakon has an unrelentingly brutal new track called “No Natural Order“, off her upcoming LP Contact due out March 31st via Sacred Bones. Margaret Chardiet really scrapes up unspeakable crimes from the floor of hell on this one. The vocalist has a knack for reaching down into the darkest recesses of her psyche while performing and this sounds nothing short […]Read more ›
Xiu Xiu has a new video for his track “Get Up“, directed by Marty Marquez. The song is the third single from his upcoming LP FORGET, due out February 24th via Polyvinyl. Jamie Stewart’s bombastic style is a bit more restrained here, but he still finds a way to upend a pop song through his subversive approach. The album was […]Read more ›