Kolmitt – Chain Session

A crackle of noise breaks over the single synthetic note played in continuum while high frequencies feed back onto themselves with no apparent end in sight. A sweet little ghost of a melody hovers in the background inconspicuously, just waiting to be noticed. Kolmitt inaugurates their latest long player, Chain

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Switzerland: In the creative spirit

“If people are really creative, it inspires other people around. It’s not about the network, it’s about the spirit.” These are Julian Sartorius’ words as the echo through the receiver from a rehearsal studio somewhere in Bern, Switzerland. His music is a collage of polyrhythmic percussive elements that fuse into

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Le Dom – OAZIZ

Le Dom’s new EP via Tessier Ashpool, OAZIZ is a presumptuous son of a bitch. The tracks scream out at you in all-caps from the moment you load them into iTunes and that’s about as subtle as the EP gets. The punk aesthetic that Liar’s label has been cultivating for

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Pearson Sound – Pearson Sound

“(Music should) accommodate many levels of listening attention without enforcing one in particular; it must be as ignorable as it is interesting.” Brian Eno’s quote has been widely used to describe ambient compositions in the past, but it’s a quote that should be applied to all music today. Music should

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