The material on Untitled & After’s tenth release is rooted in techno but spreads its wings far beyond a strict minimal template. The inclusion of field recordings, ambient-dub textures, and a generally expansive approach gives the compilation a wide-screen character…
For its tenth release, Untitled & After issues a compilation of music that seeks solace in the outer reaches of electronic music. Akin to Kompakt’s Pop Ambient series, Untitled 10 (The Black Album) pulls away from the structures of techno into more expansive terrain.
A compilation of sorts, “Physical, Absent, Tangible” brings together the creations of five artists on a new imprint curated by none other than Richard Garet.
Good news: Richard Garet has started his own label, Contour Editions, and the first release is a compilation of five artists, once again–as has been the case quite often recently–all new to me.
CDR | contour editions | compilation i8u, Christopher Delaurenti, Gil Sansón, Brian Mackern and Gabriel Galli physical, absent, tangible
January 1.10 Various Artists | Flowers: Dragon’s Eye Fourth Anniversary de6006 | 56:32 | MP3 | Open Edition DOWNLOAD NOW 1. Shinkei – Wu (for Luigi) 2. i8u – Gallowalking
send + receive’s 10th Anniversary audio + video DVD set, featuring select performances from the past ten years of send + receive’s remarkable history, extensive liner notes by festival founder
From Holst’s The Planets to Eno’s Apollo, composers have glanced spaceward for inspiration and grandeur. Montreal’s France Jobin goes the extra step by turning outwards then inwards to explore ideas of String Theory,
Described by the press release as a “compelling meditation on the nature of sound in time”, this work by Canadian France Jobin was conceived by taking into account the “theoretical size of the strings that makes up the universe”
A part of the spat of new releases on Room40 over late 2008 and early 2009, this offering is produced by Montreal-based sound designer France Jobin, best known for her conceptually mind boggling sound experiments as I8U