Excavated Shellac focuses on music recorded across the non-Anglo world, offering a taste of the music being made in myriad communities at the dawn of recorded sound.
At the edge of two (imaginary) worlds of electronic music, academic and popular, M. C. (Martin) Schmidt and Drew Daniel from Matmos discuss their work.
Two of Australia’s best known field recordists, Ros Bandt and Vicki Hallett are sensing this slice of the planet – the Barwon Estuary in Victoria, Australia, a project that interrogates place as an acoustic space where sound, place, time and culture collide.
Manelization is a term used to describe the "threat" of transforming Romania into a manele-country.
Inherently bond between folklore and DIY-underground, the Irish group Lankum shines a new light on the lost folk of Ireland.
Blixa Bargeld discusses Einstürzende Neubauten's latest album, quarantine concerts, Berlin and Iggy Pop.
A glimpse into the world of the creator of the elusive Unexplained Music Group.
Phillip Sollmann tries to bring together certain works by sound pioneers Hermann von Helmholtz, Harry Partch and Harry Bertoia.
Shamans are medicine people, healers, seers, future tellers reading signs in the human body, and in the environment.
Man/female are social constructs–normative and restrictive. My sexual truth is behind your personal beliefs.