Posts tagged with "Adhesive Sounds"

Decoder Podcast #04: David Nance, Dino Spiluttini, Wounded Knife, & Stuff Muzak Supplement

July 28, 2016

Decoder Podcast #04: David Nance, Dino Spiluttini, Wounded Knife, & Stuff Muzak Supplement Welcome to episode four of the Decoder Podcast! For this installment, David Perron of Free Form Freakout speaks with a fellow-David, Omaha-based DIY recorder David Nance, about older releases and preparing his new LP for Ba Da Bing Records. Spool’s Out host Tristan Bath speaks with Vienna-based... 

Week in Review #108

March 5, 2016

Week in Review #108 #1 – 2.29.16 – In addition to their new Fursaxa LP, Sloow Tapes announced the release of a print publication that chronicles the first 10 years of the label — titled Mellow My Mind: A Sloow Tapes Discography, the book gives an overview of all the tapes, LPs, and other goodies... 

I Still Have No Idea What to Put Here: Dwight’s 2015

January 8, 2016

I Still Have No Idea What to Put Here: Dwight’s 2015 In a year filled with over-hyped rhetoric, it feels a little surreal to try and parcel up my take on the experience. Honestly though, I may have felt similarly last year, if the title of my year end posts signals anything. America’s long-winded election is in full-swing… a year+ long leer... 

Video Premiere: Seeami x Albino Deers – “Hold Me Forever”

February 10, 2015

Video Premiere: Seeami x Albino Deers – “Hold Me Forever” Henry Thompson’s seeami release two of the most subtly exquisite, minimally grandiose statements in the tape scene last year: The Age of Empire on Patient Sounds and Health & Safety on Adhesive-Sounds. The New Zealand native now pairs up with the latter once again with Albino Dears’... 

Week in Review #36

September 13, 2014

Week in Review #36 The absurdity of everything was cast in sharp relief lately by iTunes and “the world’s biggest album launch,” needless to say. Looking back on the week, for me at least, the best artistic rejoinder to that offense was an ostensibly unrelated Juno Plus interview with Vancouver producer... 

Week in Review #33

August 23, 2014

Week in Review #33 The big news this week came from SoundCloud, who emailed users mid-week to let them know that the upload limit for free accounts had been raised by an hour’s worth of material, and that the site would begin expanding its architecture to accommodate advertising and royalty schemes. Though some... 

Video Premiere: Memory Leaks Onto the Rug – “Nah Stir Shum”

August 19, 2014

Video Premiere: Memory Leaks Onto the Rug – “Nah Stir Shum” Listening to Memory Leaks Onto the Rug‘s latest cassette brings to mind Expressway Yo-Yo Dieting’s (Pat Maherr) Bubblethug LP from 2010, a brain-melting, DJ Screw-worshipping retreat into warped and slurred, chopped and screwed sonics. While Maherr amped up the shaky samples with hand-me-down... 

Karl Fousek – Codicil

July 18, 2014

Karl Fousek – Codicil Toronto’s Adhesive Sounds launched earlier this year as a cassette imprint focusing mostly on Montreal and Toronto’s vibrant experimental scene, and since there’s no shortage of interesting music bubbling up from the scene, the imprint is already eight tapes deep into its catalog with... 

Wasted Cathedral – Pleasant Valley

June 20, 2014

Wasted Cathedral – Pleasant Valley Psychedelic music will always reign supreme for me above all other musics, specifically because of its namesake and literal origin in the idea of fucking with… the psyche. As one stumbles around the Wasted Cathedral, navigating spiral staircases to a rhythmic step, echoing while you tiptoe around... 

Video: Demonstration Synthesis – “Ashes To The Sea”

June 17, 2014

Video: Demonstration Synthesis – “Ashes To The Sea” About a month ago, we dove into Daniel Leznoff‘s Rotifer-issued DS2, a potent batch of forward-thinking synthesizer music that honored the Berlin-school of kosmische musik while paying homage to the great peddlers of synthetic effervescence throughout the 80’s, 90’s, and early 00’s....