Logos‘ latest track, “Glass” features samples of broken glass and shards of amen breaks cutting its way through thin-lipped pads and the absent-minded percussive beats that join the fray on occasion on the cusp of a sub-bass drawl. It’s the title track for the second instalment of Mumdance‘s Different Circles label and proliferates the weightless
A performer sits at a piano, lifting the lid incrementally. He doesn’t touch the keys. The only sound emanating from the instrument or its operator is the sound of the breath he draws and the creak of the hinges. The performance lasts for a duration of four minutes and thirty-three
Walk into east-London bar, Queen of Hoxton on the first Saturday night of every month and you are met with a profusion of contradictions. Guests, at various stages of inebriation, are trying to conduct serious conversations over a noisy sound system featuring a delectable selection of the latest house anthems.