SKiN GRAFT Records Release “Sounds To Make You Shudder” Compilation

150th release of the label, a special Halloween compilation features contribution from David Yow, Tijuana Hercules, USA Nails, Lovely Little Girls, Jim O’Rourke, The Flying Luttenbachers alongside the new projects from the members of Dazzling Killmen(!!!) Just imagine the existential dread and abject horror that will come bubbling to the surface when you flip out the lights and freak out your friends with this, the 150th release… Read More SKiN GRAFT Records Release “Sounds To Make You Shudder” Compilation

Martin Bisi Announces Feral Myths LP

Since the early 80’s, Martin Bisi has gained a reputation as an exceptional producer becoming one of the central figures of the music community of NYC. Bisi started discovering himself with “Creole Mass” (LP on New Alliance/SST) LP, released in 1988. The newest LP of Bisi, Feral Myths represents the symbiosis of different approaches – from… Read More Martin Bisi Announces Feral Myths LP

Larsen & Alessandro Sciaraffa Announce Golden Leaf LP

“Golden Leaf” is the 19th album by Italian experimental band Larsen here exploring free-form sounds and spatial dynamics by real-time composing and creating a sonic and social environment. It also confirms the love and interest the band has for collaborations as ongoing dialogues and portals to new paths. “Golden Leaf” documents a four-hour site-specific performance by Larsen and Alessandro Sciaraffa featuring interactive sound totems designed by Sciaraffa and exclusive… Read More Larsen & Alessandro Sciaraffa Announce Golden Leaf LP

Lore City – Participation Mystique LP (Lore City Music)

A few days ago, you had a chance to read a review about Alchemical Task, the third album of Lore City. This Portland-based duo never ceases to amaze with their version of post-rock music, and they’re continuously pushing the boundaries of this genre even further. After writing about Alchemical Task LP and Under Way 7″,… Read More Lore City – Participation Mystique LP (Lore City Music)

Dun Field Three – We Came From The Ocean Where Everyone Swallows The Words 12″ EP (Noise Appeal Records)

Noise Appeal Records are unstoppable this year. This prolific Austrian record label publishes at least one release per month, and so far, everything I heard sounds good. Those familiar with publishing probably know it’s hard to maintain quality and quantity together, and Noise Appeal are good at it. They’re one of the best record labels… Read More Dun Field Three – We Came From The Ocean Where Everyone Swallows The Words 12″ EP (Noise Appeal Records)

The Young Gods – Play Terry Riley In C (Two Gentlemen)

Today, we have some more exceptional music for your listening pleasure. This time, I will talk about Play Terry Riley In C by Swiss veteran post-industrial trio The Young Gods. It’s their latest full-length album released via Two Gentlemen. For those unfamiliar with this band, many things lurk around in their compositions but don’t expect… Read More The Young Gods – Play Terry Riley In C (Two Gentlemen)

Cheval de Frise To Reissue Debut Album

Cheval de frise is the first eponymous album by french amplified classical guitar/drums duo Cheval de frise. This outstanding and one of a kind recording was originally released in 2000 on CD format via Bordeaux based label Sonore and it is now reissued and pressed for the first time to vinyl, cassette tape and digital by New York… Read More Cheval de Frise To Reissue Debut Album

V/A – Blowtorch Records Classics Vol. 2 – This Could Work (Blowtorch Records)

Last week you had a chance to read about the first edition of the Blowtorch Records Classics, where twelve artists shared their best works for this sampler. I had a lot of fun listening and writing about it, so I decided to listen and write something about the second edition of this excellent sampler. This… Read More V/A – Blowtorch Records Classics Vol. 2 – This Could Work (Blowtorch Records)

The Flenser To Release Kathryn Mohr’s Holly; Listen To Stranger

The music of San Jose-based artist Kathryn Mohr exists in a liminal space of auditory dissociation. Drawing inspiration from lost items washing up on the shore of the San Francisco Bay, Mohr’s art chases the ephemeral nature of humanity, the warping of memory, and how trauma changes one’s experience of this world. Her latest foray into such depths… Read More The Flenser To Release Kathryn Mohr’s Holly; Listen To Stranger