Tag Archives: Avant-Garde

Playlist: Radio Krimi’s Catch of the Month (May 2019)

Playlist: Radio Krimi’s Catch of the Month (May 2019)

With so much good music being published and uploaded every month, we constantly find hard to keep up with all the releases. Luckily, “we get by with a little help from our friends”… We are more than thrilled to welcome and introduce you to Chamonix-based online radio, record label, DJs...
Preview: Ryoji Ikeda @ Barbican Centre [London; Sunday 30th September 2018]

Preview: Ryoji Ikeda @ Barbican Centre [London; Sunday 30th September 2018]

Sound artist Ryoji Ikeda returns to the Barbican Centre on Sunday 30th September to present a whole new show divided into two sections. Music for Percussion sees Ikeda, alongside Swiss collective Eklekto, experimenting with handclaps, crotales, cymbals and triangles, playing them in unconventional ways to create the impression of electronic music...
Album Review: Park Jiha – Communion [Tak:til; March 2018]
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Album Review: Park Jiha – Communion [Tak:til; March 2018]

Park Jiha‘s debut solo album, Communion, builds iconic soundscapes by merging traditional Korean instruments (piri, saenghwang and yanggeum) and percussion, with instruments from a western jazz background (tenor saxophone, bass clarinet, and vibraphone). The effect brings new ideas which build sonic stories and new ways of appreciating music. Listening to...
Preview: Club To Club Festival (Turin, Italy, 1st to 7th November 2017)

Preview: Club To Club Festival (Turin, Italy, 1st to 7th November 2017)

Italy’s number one music festival returns this week for its 17th edition — with the most incredible line-up they have ever been able to put together. The roster includes the most acclaimed upcoming artists of the moment, such as Warp Records signee Lorenzo Senni, this year’s breakthrough artist Lanark Artefax,...
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