Tag Archives: avant-garde

KEVIN KASTNING & SÁNDOR SZABÓ – Ethereal I

October 19, 2018

Greydisc 2018 Inverted tangibilty as a means for implementing more vigorous ideas: renown many-string unit remap a route to wonder. Their first seven excursions into a twin-guitar weave being purely acoustic affairs, KK and SS may have felt this race … Continue reading

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IAN BODDY & ERIK WØLLO – Meridian

September 13, 2018

DiN 2018 Opulent minimalism from two oustanding auteurs’ airy trip defies any notion of oxymoron deficiency. Perhaps, it’s the titles assigned to each of these cuts to capture their essence, if not soul, but abstract soundscapes rarely sound so concrete, … Continue reading

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KEVIN KASTNING – A Connection Of Secrets

June 19, 2018

Greydisc 2017 Voiceless tales of mystery and unplugged imagination that join the dots to reveal universal patterns. With duo setting a regular modus operandi for Kevin Kastning, finding the American guitarist on his own means something special is about to … Continue reading

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MOUVEMENTS – Mouvements

May 17, 2018

Mouvements 1973 / Mental Experience 2018 Abstract paintings on sonic canvas as an attempt to make sense of non-static existence in Swiss pastoral. With only 150 copies issued to go on sale strictly at art galleries, this album wasn’t destined … Continue reading

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KEVIN KASTNING – Skyfields

April 1, 2018

Greydisc 2016 Spontaneous disturbance of inner peace as a way to look beyond the clouds. No man’s land is where Kevin Kastning’s imagination is always headed to roam, and it’s this spiritual place’s uncertainty that makes his trips so riveting. … Continue reading

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