Listening is conceptual and becomes more and more conceptual, hence composing becomes more conceptual.
Almost in its entirety, the diegetic sound of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Edipo Re (1967) is carefully mixed with traditional Romanian folk music.
We asked some of our contributors, collaborators and friends to help us and share their favourite albums of 2019.
Mark Stewart of The Pop Group on the '70s UK political climate, the films of Andrei Tarkovsky, Patti Smith, experimenting in the studio with dubmaster Dennis Bovell and more.
A talk with Stella Chiweshe, after her performance at Outernational Days 3 festival.
Iranian experimental musician Sote talks about his new label Zabte Sote, the project Sacred Horror in Design and much more.
Tadd Mullinix of Charles Manier, Dabrye and JTC talks about the Detroit parties from the ‘90s, avant-garde music, Nation and more.
RP Boo talks about the fast and passionate world of the Chicago footwork scene, exploring its roots and evolution.
Tony Buck of the Australian trio The Necks discusses homeland music and the long history of the trio's ups and downs.
Adele Nigro aka Any Other shares her experiences with being a self-taught musician, her relation to feminism and her struggles with choosing a non-conventional career.
An exploration of Turkish music from the 70s to 80s, written, produced or performed by women.
Laurent Jeanneau on his Kink Gong recording project, gong orchestras, multiculturalism, discrimination, and cultural appropriation.