David Keenan chronicles some of the most important UK drone producers since the late ’70s.
Tagged as: experimental
The experimental producer has returned with a rich and enthralling solo record.
The Red Bull Music Academy grad talks us through the raw and unnerving process that inspired their tape on GODMODE.
Approaching music as space and projection: London’s electronic experimentalist deciphers his sonic hallucinations and dehumanized sounds.
In a large post-industrial town in West Yorkshire, researchers are pushing the boundaries of recorded sound. Abi Bliss visits the Centre for Research in New Music.
On minimalism and magic: The long-standing ambient artist talks about his craft.
The unique partnership of an East German conceptualist and Japanese electronic pioneer
Florence and the machines: how an Italian electro rebel helped shape house and techno
Surreal theatre: The crooked paths of Cabaret Voltaire's mastermind
Exposing beauty and creativity within the limitations of strict logical systems
Peter Rehberg talks about the origins of Mego and highlights some of its defining tracks.
The man formerly know as Manitoba on how excellence is born from isolation
We chart a course through the improvisational guitarist’s enormous discography.
A visit with the world’s foremost authority on the music of crickets.
The legendary anarchist punk charts a course through his long career.
Madcap modulations: sheer brain power from San Francisco's synthesizer guru
An artist of the auditory sounds off on the world of sounds
Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto
The Russian-English renaissance man's guide to quadrophonic sounds
Why avantgarde can never beat a great melody