Alan Licht profiles the remarkably influential composer – and charts the impact his work has had on generations of avant-garde music-makers.
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The art of listening to some of the quietest music ever recorded.
We speak with the man behind one of the most intriguing and adventurous record labels of the year.
The artist raised in the American deep South was informed by Berlin’s electronic culture to create ‘embodied computer music’.
Check some photo highlights from the trio's performance at the Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi.
The Osiris of drone metal discusses twenty-minute songs, tube amps and Terry Riley
An artist of the auditory sounds off on the world of sounds
Madcap modulations: sheer brain power from San Francisco's synthesizer guru
Exposing beauty and creativity within the limitations of strict logical systems
Why avantgarde can never beat a great melody
Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto
The Russian-English renaissance man's guide to quadrophonic sounds
Surreal theatre: The crooked paths of Cabaret Voltaire's mastermind
The man formerly know as Manitoba on how excellence is born from isolation
Florence and the machines: how an Italian electro rebel helped shape house and techno
Warp's IDM songbird bugs out to insect sounds
The revered composer, minimalist and Eno collaborator speaks on the bare essentials.
Adam Harper speaks with the artist stirring a quiet apocalypse.
We speak with the quietly prolific, ingenious and notoriously underrepresented electronic psychonaut.
One of America’s earliest composers working entirely within the electronic spectrum, the “grandfather of electronica” Morton Subotnick will be performing classic works such as ‘Silver Apples of the Moon’ alongside Berlin-based visual artist Lillevan tonight at Museo Reina Sofia. Max Cole does his best to describe the sounds Morton makes…