Post Tagged with: "Pharmakon"

Listen: 20 Favorite Albums Of 2017

Listen: 20 Favorite Albums Of 2017

With the year in music drawing to a close, we look back on our 20 Favorite Albums of 2017. While it might be easier to compare apples to apples, this genre-spanning collection compares apples to oranges. We find it a more “fruitful” approach when boundaries are broken down and exceptional, but quite different artists, such as Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith and […]

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Listen to Pharmakon's Track "No Natural Order".

Listen to Pharmakon’s Track “No Natural Order”

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 […]

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Listen to Pharmakon's Track "Transmission".

Listen to Pharmakon’s Track “Transmission”

Experimental musician Margaret Chardiet‘s Pharmakon project returns this year with the release of her Contact LP on March 31st via Sacred Bones. The follow-up to her “brutal and uncompromising” 2014 full-length, Bestial Burden, a sonic meditation on the material limits of the body, her upcoming release promises to focus on the other side of the mind/body divide–the limitless mental realm. […]

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Watch: 5 Best Short Music Films of 2014

Watch: 5 Best Short Music Films of 2014

Let’s check out the 5 Best Short Music Films of 2014. Often with run times over ten minutes, these visual works fall somewhere between music video and film narrative, while simultaneously pushing the boundaries of both! 1. Burial “Rival Dealer”: This year director Ben Dawkins created an excellent short film called Dealer, using Burial‘s cut “Rival Dealer” as it’s inspiration […]

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Watch: Pharmakon “Bestial Burden” Short Film

Watch: Pharmakon “Bestial Burden” Short Film

Pharmakon‘s 2014 LP Bestial Burden is one of the year’s most brutal and uncompromising listens, and it finds noise artist Margaret Chardiet fearlessly pulling aside the meat curtain on the existential agony of the human condition. Inspired by the discovery of a near fatal cyst that almost caused complete organ failure, Chardiet was forced to cancel a US tour as […]

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