Posts tagged with "L.I.E.S"

Week in Review #66

May 2, 2015

Week in Review #66 Just shy of this week, last Saturday, Secret Thirteen continued their great mixtape series with a new installment from Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe, coming a little after the release of his equally tremendous FRKWYS collaboration with Ariel Kalma for RVNG Intl. In addition to featuring an unreleased track... 

Dwight’s 2014: Last Year, What Year? Just Say Hello

January 30, 2015

Dwight’s 2014: Last Year, What Year? Just Say Hello As I wrote in the introduction to yesterday’s label feature, 2014 looked like a good year for labels — we admittedly see and try to treat with a large number, but isn’t that any aspiring capitalist’s ideal vision of shopping? A world of choice, with access to varied experiences.... 

Week in Review #38

September 27, 2014

Week in Review #38 #1 – 9/20/2014 – Ron Morelli of L.I.E.S. sat down for a tongue wagging with Eric Copeland over at FACT Magazine about the latter’s new album for the label, Logo My Ego, their respective pasts, and the exigencies of an album release (something L.I.E.S. does well I’d hazard).... 

Decoder’s Week(s) in Review #2

December 7, 2013

Decoder’s Week(s) in Review #2 Continuing from last month, we’re glad to present the second installment of our Week in Review — this time a double edition to account for Thanksgiving week, which we spent dutifully with our families. The obvious stand-out here is how Weird Canada chose to celebrate the birthday of its fearless... 

Beau Wanzer – “Balls of Steel” / “Outside Auto”

September 16, 2013

Beau Wanzer – “Balls of Steel” / “Outside Auto” Beau Wanzer is a man of many different hats, releasing his own weird dance sounds with an array of machines you might hear from an 80s low budget cult movie soundtrack. He’s also involved with Streetwalker, an immersive techno project in a similar vein that their label characterizes as “dirty... 

In the Lab with Chemical Tapes: An Interview with Rob Gibson

June 11, 2013

In the Lab with Chemical Tapes: An Interview with Rob Gibson One of the most interesting and worthwhile labels to emerge in recent times is surely Chemical Tapes. Look at their catalogue and you will notice not only a roster of gifted artists (Tidal, Benge, Machinefabriek to name just a few), but also an aesthetic sense of design that is both unadorned and beautiful,...