Perhaps the bleakest accordion music I’ve ever had the chance to listen to, Russian musician Kirill M (see his website here) pairs up with Nam-Khar, a project from Germany, on this self-released EP. It is well-mixed, eerie, and worth further exploration.
Many thanks to Flux Magazine who post a review on Mulatu Astatke’s new album. You can read their review here.
Some classic IDM from Richard D. James.
Mia vita, a te non chiedo lineamenti fissi, volti plausibili o possessi. Nel tuo giro inquieto ormai lo stesso sapore han miele e assenzio. Il cuore che ogni moto tiene a vile raro è squassato da trasalimenti. Così suona talvolta nel silenzio della campagna un colpo di fucile. Eugenio Montale
Cudù(Paolo Lotti and Luca Mazzantini) were a duo from Italy during the 1980s and 1990s who worked mainly in improvisation. The first time I came across their music was when they were recording for the now-legendary Materiali Sonori record label out of Milan, and their work stood out. A touch of jazz, progressive, and even […]
Avec toutes les pensées je suis sorti hors du monde : tu étais là, toi, ma silencieuse, mon ouverte, et — tu nous reçus. Qui dit que tout est mort pour nous quand notre œil s’éteignit ? Tout s’éveilla, tout commença. Grand, un soleil est venu à la nage, claires, âme et âme lui ont fait […]
Lars Pedersen (When) is a Norwegian post-Industrial/Avant-Progressive/Proto-Black Ambient composer whose work never really got its fair due. I actually came across his work in several progressive rock magazines, as well as the seminal experimental publication ‘Music From The Empty Quarter’ (RIP), who didn’t quite know what to make of his work. If he is still […]