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Julien Bayle

Julien Bayle

Someone says that silence is an impossible condition. A confirmation could come by the renowned talent of French multidisciplinary artist Julien Bayle, who decided to isolate himself in the very quiet Mechanical & Acoustic Research Lab LMA-CNRS’ anechoic room during the summer of 2016 with the intent to explore his own inner silence during a […]

Public Memory

Public Memory

Following the positive feedback and some relevant matching with notorious bands/musicians like Massive Attack or Thom Yorke, Robert Toher recently deployed Demolition, the second album of his project Public Memory, through Felte. Delighted by its listening, we had a chat with Robert to get deeper into his sound and his release. Enjoy the reading! Chain […]

Daniela Orvin

Daniela Orvin

“Uprootedness is a theme I was concentrated on and was dealing a lot with in my past exhibitions and art projects. For many years I was searching for a place which I could call home. When I returned to the piano 4 years ago after a long break since my childhood (started at 6, quit […]

Koray Kantarcioğlu

Koray Kantarcioğlu

Discrepant recently released (or I’d better say re-released, as it was originally released by Turkish label Wounded Wolf Press) Loopworks, a collection of tracks that Turkish audio and visual artist Koray Kantarcioğlu made by means of the process known as databending. Most of the sonic sources came from old Turkish records (mainly of the 60s […]

A Place Both Wonderful And Strange

A Place Both Wonderful And Strange

A Place Both Wonderful And Strange is the Brooklyn-based duo whose name, while a reference to the cult TV series Twin Peaks, also exemplifies the dynamic of their personality and sound.  Call it “occult electronica” or “doom gaze.”  Whatever. Call it what you will; they mix electronica, goth, shoegaze, and dream-pop among other genres to […]

Skrima

Skrima

It seems that CACs, MCs or simply tapes are living a (more or less welcomed) new golden age in the independent music market and there are even many sound artists who re-release stuff on this magnetic support, but the operation that Disasters By Choice made with a bunch of some old tapes by Sicilian producer […]

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