Month: December 2020

BRANDON LOCHER – EP2 (Self-Released, 2020)

The New York-based visual artist, musician and composer’s latest release is an invigorating three-song blast that’s both intensely creative and surprisingly accessible. Even the quickest glance at Brandon Locher’s CV would make any artist exhausted, jealous, or both. As a visual artist, the Johnstown, PA native’s works include – among other things – the hyper-detailed …

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HYENAZ – “BORN FROM DEATH (BAD CONSCIENCE REMIX)”

It’s great to hear new work from the Berlin electronic / performance duo of Kathryn Fischer and Adrienne Teicher. The duo are known for pushing their forward thinking electronic music and confrontational performances into fully realized artistic expressions. On “Born from the Death” the two use snippets of conversation and the experience of working on …

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AMERICAN WATERCOLOR MOVEMENT – “RELEASE THE PULSE”

The story behind “Release the Pulse” is all too familiar. A ramshackle warehouse is occupied by artists to live out their well-executed anarchy. They put on shows, do their own repairs, provide studio space and build a community. This often gives the area some kind of bohemian cultural cache after years of disinvestment. On the …

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A WINGED VICTORY FOR THE SULLEN – “DESIRES ARE ALREADY MEMORIES”

It’s always comforting to hear new work A Winged Victory for the Sullen – the collaborative project Stars of the Lid founder Adam Wiltzie and L.A. composer Dustin O’Halloran. Their new album “Invisible Cities” will be out in February, but “Desires Are Already a Memory” is the first taste of their deeply felt compositional work. …

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PAUL COUSINS – “AN ABSTRACT PLACE”

Paul Cousins is a deeply thoughtful ambient artist creating delicate arpeggios of synths against surging and lapping tape loops and a mixture of organic and digital effects that explore ideas beyond the need for a solipsistic expression. The video for “An Abstract Place” explores the following: “The accompanying video by director Edward Harber is an …

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