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Life Is an Act of Becoming: A Conversation with Ian William Craig

February 18, 2016

Life Is an Act of Becoming: A Conversation with Ian William Craig The Wizard of Oz has nothing on Ian William Craig. The Vancouver artist’s works for classical voice and deteriorating tape machines reach superhuman scale in their terrifying beauty. They’re sublime in the original sense of the word. When you listen to his songs and hear his vocal fragments... 

No Such Thing As Too Much Repetition: An Interview with My Disco

February 11, 2016

No Such Thing As Too Much Repetition: An Interview with My Disco For a band that deals in different shades of brutal minimalism, My Disco have somehow overhauled their sound completely in the five years they took to craft their new album Severe. Its Steve Albini-produced predecessor Little Joy is sprawling, cathartic, dry, and scorching. Severe is just as heavy a... 

Side-by-Side: Cønjuntø Vacíø’s January Batch

February 3, 2016

Side-by-Side: Cønjuntø Vacíø’s January Batch Cønjuntø Vacíø, one of Barcelona’s premier experimental imprints, recently released their latest batch; four new cassettes, out on January 18th. The label, which has previously played host to the fantastic Fingering Eve and Ascetic House favorites Marshstepper, will release tapes by Denmark’s...