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numinous transmissions

One of the pleasures of virtual collaboration is surprise–the surprise of hearing what another artist can do with one’s own sounds, in some cases transforming and rendering uncanny some of the most basic elements of one’s musical practice. 51 more words

Kostis Kilymis: Komhths

Hideous Replica (HR3), edition of 100, c31 cassette

Kostis Kilymis is a composer and musician of great skill and control. He mobilises a wide array of electronic and acoustic equipment – mixing board, effects, microphones, cassette recorders, software, field recordings and lots more – to create poised and resonant soundscapes, which differ from other electroacoustic practitioners by dint of their precision and sheer sonic variety. 538 more words

Hack the Bells

This is a piece I created for the Hack the Bells remix competition for carillon. Instruments and sounds emanating for instruments such as Carillons and Bells were once keynote sounds in the pre-industrial soundscape. 151 more words


Sawako ‎– Nu.it

Baskaru ‎– karu:32, 2014

1. Locus Of Everyday Life (6:53)

2. Pass.Age (4:41)

3. Nostal.Noz (4:34)

4. Nemumel (2:37)

5. F.Light (5:15)

6. Piano Cote (3:37) 23 more words

Rutger Zuydervelt ‎– Stay Tuned

Baskaru ‎– karu:31, 31, 2014

Новый проект Рутгера Зюйдервельта (на сей раз голландец не прибегает к своему знаменитому псевдониму «Macinefabriek») объединяет просто невероятное количество музыкантов: свою лепту в создание этой инсталляции, позже воплотившейся в альбом, о котором пойдет речь, внесли сто пятьдесят три человека. 10 more words

Heinali — Music to Sleep Under Snow (EP 2014)

Heinalielecroacoustic / ambient / experimental is an artist Oleg Shpudeiko a music composer and performer from Kiev, Ukraine.

This EP consists of three compositions that were previously released on… 40 more words

Fresh Music

(New Album Review) Juan Carlos Vasquez- Collages

Here comes a particularly intriguing submission from London, Collages by sound artist Juan Carlos Vasquez.

Collages is a work driven by its concept: primarily to take the works of Satie, Beethoven, Ysaÿe, Bach, and Chopin and to translate them into the electroacoustic idiom. 501 more words