Pauline Oliveros, an accomplished composer, accordionist, and experimental music pioneer, has died. We are deeply affected and very sad. Our thoughts are with her family and all those who were close to her.

November 28th, 2016

  Review | By Beach Sloth Willem Sannen | Brussel Noord Willem Sannen explores the amplification of the everyday routine on the voyeuristic field recordings of “Brussel Noord”. Over the course of the album a journey begins to emerge. Every single sound relates to something that hundreds of millions of people go through each day. […]

November 27th, 2016

  Review | By Ed Pinsent / The Sound Projector Invading Pleasures (Nikola Lutz & Mark Lorenz Kysela) | Infinite Jest Intensive exploration of the possibilities of the saxophone in modern music on Infinite Jest (GRUENREKORDER Gruen 156). The duo Mark Lorenz Kysela and Nikola Lutz, calling themselves Invading Pleasures, are consummate players dedicating to […]

November 27th, 2016

  Review | By Frans de Waard / VITAL WEEKLY Angus Carlyle | In The Shadow Of The Silent Mountain Well, technically this is listed as a book, well actually two books, but there is also music to hear, which you have to download from the label’s website. All of this I would think is […]

November 27th, 2016

  Review | By Roger Batty / Musique Machine Rodolphe ALEXIS | The glittering thing on the mountain […] The tracks offer up a mix of bird, insect, frog, & bat recordings, with sometimes the backdrop of water recordings appearing from the streams that make their way through the islands greenery. These recordings were captured […]

November 27th, 2016

  Review | By Pierre Cécile / Le son du grisli Kg Augenstern | Tentacles Le ciel est triste hélas et j’ai mangé tous mes sous : pas de quoi faire un Bruxelles-Berlin… Heureusement il y a KG Augenstern (projet de Christiane Prehn and Wolfgang Meyer) qui me propose un Berlin-Amarages-de-Maguelone en passant par Charleroi […]

November 27th, 2016