Month: August 2020

CHRIS KORDA – “OVERSHOOT”

Chris Korda’s relationship and contribution to political thought and art can’t be overstated. In Korda’s latest album Apologies to the Future,  states that “the central theme is that future generations—should they exist—will bitterly resent us for leaving them a wrecked planet. Korda excoriates the selfishness and solipsism of present generations, and describes the album’s “militant …

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CEEYS – “FALLEN”

On “Fallen” by the German-based sibling-composed, cello / piano duo of CEEYS, Daniel and Sebastian Selke have created an intense, minimalist and pulsating composition that recalls Philip Glass and Steve Reich. The video for “Fallen” recreates the musical motifs quite well, complex, otherworldly shapes are built and born from relatively simple building blocks. It’s an …

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TALIPES VALGUS – “HISTOS”

Brilliant glitched-out perfection from the St. Petersburg, Russia based artist. Featuring human voices put through a blender – splitting into fragmented halves, snippets of melody, warped into overblown blasts of noise and baked into compositional arrangements that bleed rainbows. It’s an overwhelming and somehow perfectly pop-oriented glitched electronic track.  Talipes Valgus · Histos

WOLFWITHOUTEETH – “WAR ON CAROUSEL”

A deeply personal yet brilliantly abstract spoken word composition from the Chinese based Wolfwithoutteeth. Created directly after a depressive spell, “War on Carousel” is direct and confrontational in its delivery and subject matter. Inspired by Murakami’s collection of short stories “Dead Heat on the Carousel”, Wolfwithoutteeth pairs her spoken word poetry with downtempo, sample based …

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