An Interview with Mono Junk

Google, Imatra Finland. The screen projects a mural of picturesque views, snow-capped furs, bavarian-style castles, billowing rivers in autumn and scenic forest landscapes. Like something from a Grimm Brothers fairy tale, there’s something incredibly surreal and yet completely tangible about the Finnish hamlet from the computer screen. It’s the kind

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Aural Chaos – Q&A with Lu Katavist

Lu Katavist’s Inburst, the third in a line of albums that explore the modular synthesiser through improvisation, resonates with something deep in the subliminal corners of the listener’s mind. It’s like the instrument is talking directly to you, not by expressing some human dialect in the form of a musical

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