Posts tagged with "ISSUE Project Room"

Tristan Perich: Working Inside the Insane Limitations of 1-Bit

December 8, 2016

Tristan Perich: Working Inside the Insane Limitations of 1-Bit Personal computers stand as one of the most substantial inventions of the 20th century, to some great extent because of how they’ve reframed our very identities. Our laptops, tablets and phones intersect with many branches of our lives, especially the methods by which we entertain ourselves. In... 

Zeena Parkins: Modernizing the Harp and Jolting the Ear

November 8, 2016

Zeena Parkins: Modernizing the Harp and Jolting the Ear Outside a small church in Brooklyn, a crowd lingers in the September air, delaying facing the pine-scented humidity inside. A modest drum kit and a small harp wait in front of the pulpit. The triangular harp catches the eye, a sleek, minimalist update of its bulky orchestral ancestor. Two musicians... 

Pete Swanson & Yarn/Wire – ‘Eliminated Artist’

September 24, 2015

Pete Swanson & Yarn/Wire – ‘Eliminated Artist’ The immense body of work from Oregon native Pete Swanson — both under his own name and as half of Yellow Swans alongside Gabe Saloman — is unrelentingly fierce.  Swanson has always ridden slightly ahead of whatever wave seeks to engulf him: electronic noise, damaged techno, what-have-you.... 

Week in Review #28

July 19, 2014

Week in Review #28 Just before this week began, it turns out the gang at Hausu Mountain announced a tour — Goodwill Smith and Sugarm will be cavorting in a compressed squiggle from Ohio through the northeast, then south for a moment, and back north to terminate at the Voice of the Valley Noise Rally less than an hour...