Tag Archives: avant-garde

XAVI REIJA – The Sound Of The Earth

December 14, 2018

MoonJune 2018 Fathoming terrestrial depths, Tarragonès polymath leads a stellar line-up out of our world and back again. “Abyss”: this track from 2016’s may amount to a summary of Xavi Reija’s approach to aural landscaping, but the Catalanian drummer has … Continue reading

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VARIOUS ARTISTS – Tone Science Module No​.​1 Structure and Forces

November 16, 2018

Tone Science 2018 Rhapsody in blue, or poetry of modular synthesizers as a sampler of unique label’s stable of talent. As far as experimentalists go, Ian Boddy must be very unusual: to begin with, his avant-garde music, is always accessible … Continue reading

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KEVIN KASTNING & BALÁZS MAJOR – Kismaros

November 14, 2018

Gteydisc 2018 Strum and rhythm laid bare to build a vision of momentary monumentalism. Given all their improvisational angle, it’s not easy to see spontaneity in Kevin Kastning’s pieces, yet these seven numbers – laid down in a single morning … Continue reading

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EMILIANO DEFERRARI – Monty

November 6, 2018

Rattsburg 2018 Nothing is impossible for one who’s ready to go all the way and make a strange land his own. “I don’t wanna be the one to be hauled,” goes one of rare English lines on Emiliano Deferrari’s third … Continue reading

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KEVIN KASTNING – 17/66

November 3, 2018

Greydisc 2018 Aural experiments as a means to create weird wonders that can’t cease to spellbind. It takes a special state of mind, if not soul, to be mesmerized by Kevin Kastning’s albums. Armed with multi-strings guitars, the American produces … Continue reading

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