Month: October 2019

TWIN XXA – “EATHER”

By completely deconstructing club music to its most elemental layers, TWIN XXA’s “Eather” is a startling and unexpectedly brilliant avant-garde electronic composition that blends synthetic copies of human voices into jagged stabs of industrial clamor. Everything falls into place in a strange internal logic that heeds its own sense of timing. 

HANNA OJALA – “DANCE EXP.”

In this video by Finnish experimental sound artist Hanna Ojala, the natural world and manipulated sounds are combined and soundtracks a gorgeously filmed dance composition that frames the dancers as flashes of silvery light against a pitch black screen. It’s a mesmerizing and haunting visual accompaniment.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8YtQLVs_ac

PAST PRESENT & TORTUSA – “BLACK MIST”

Past Present & Tortusa set out for unexplored terrain of ambient jazz storytelling on their debut single “Black Mist”. The Norwegian trio is comprised of a trumpet, upright bass and live-sampling and create an ominous soundscape of plodding bass lines, sonorous bows and sampled/manipulated trumpet laying out elegiac lines that are fed back to the …

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