Posts tagged with "LXV"

Decoder Podcast #03

December 22, 2015

Decoder Podcast #03 Though we finished up with this episode early enough in the month that we managed to neglect even the most rudimentary holiday sentiments, we’re still proud to share the third episode of the Decoder Podcast in time for Christmas — thanks as always to Free Form Freakout and Decoder’s... 

Week in Review #74

June 27, 2015

Week in Review #74 #1 – 6.21.2015 – RVNG Intl. announced a set of six dates to be played in the US and CA by Robert A.A. Lowe and Ariel Kalma, whose We Know Each Other Somehow double-LP seems to have never left my turntable since it came out. Check the dates over at RVNG’s site and revisit our recent... 

Kara-Lis Coverdale & LXV, ‘Sirens’

May 29, 2015

Kara-Lis Coverdale & LXV, ‘Sirens’ Umor Rex, 5.8.2015 Since launching in 2006, Umor Rex has, for the most part, led a noble campaign for finding exploratory experimental, synthetic music with actual heart. While the Mexico City-based imprint has flirted with its love for wispy folk and electronic music of all shapes and sizes, Umor Rex’s... 

Week in Review #63

April 11, 2015

Week in Review #63 Though we just missed including it in last week’s review by a few hours, I thought we could start this installment by pointing out that Adam Harper recently turned his pen toward East Asian influenced music in his latest column for the FADER; “soothing sounds to save even internet-accelerated... 

Premiere: LXV – “WISHDRL”

January 8, 2015

Premiere: LXV – “WISHDRL” When we last heard from David Sutton’s LXV, the Jersey City-based producer was dissolving ample washes of static and dissonant rhythms with Sacred Phrases on the dazzlingly dizzying Spectral Playmate. Now, Sutton is back with a new one-off track deployed through Soundcloud that’s quite... 

LXV – ‘Spectral Playmate’

August 15, 2014

LXV – ‘Spectral Playmate’ With his latest guise LXV, David Sutton (formerly Current Amnesia and formerly one-half of Car Commercials) surveys a cast sonic landscape riddled with both charming and horrifying moments along the way. Tracks “Creta” and “Composite” smear and splice then amplify a sampled... 

Week in Review #31

August 9, 2014

Week in Review #31 Plenty to catch up on this week, including news that French experimental producer High Wolf would be reissuing his Straight Cassette recordings, a “weird hip-hop” outing under his Black Zone Myth Chant moniker; an incredibly fun plod through acidic insanity. It’s been available digitally...