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My dissection of: On GP - Death Grips

On Gp is the penultimate track from Death Grips supposedly final double album – The powers that B.

The song provides experimentation with psychedelic guitar riffs that we have not yet seen from the Sacramento trio, embedded against harsh noise rock and viceral production from Zach Hill and Flatlander. 500 more words

Death Grips

Different Fish - Where, Oh Where (Did I Go Wrong)?

Here is one of my very favourite band, I remember the first time I saw Different Fish perform, I was truly blown away. I became friends with them and in the process helped out in the making of this video. 33 more words


Bagpipes, Rap & Black Metal: Liturgy's 'The Ark Work'

Hunter Hunt-Hendrix has an expansive musical vernacular that goes far beyond the black metal leanings of his brainchild Liturgy. He enjoys composer Igor Stravinsky (Hunt-Hendrix went through an intense classical music phase in his 20s), hip-hop collective Three 6 Mafia, and ghostly industrial beatmakers Salem. 1,318 more words

Psychiceyeclix Live in Athens @ Electric Nights festival 3/04/15

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Psychiceyeclix Live in Athens video

@ Electric Nights festival 3/04/15


The Ashgate Research Companion to Experimental Music: The Interviews

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This week, James Saunders has published his interview with Antoine Beuger.


Interview with Antoine Beuger

Antoine Beuger’s suggestion that the subject of music is the pervasive noise of the world and that its form is cut out from this infinite diversity is perhaps surprising for a sounding result that is permanently on the verge of disappearing. 397 more words


Some Final Touches…

I’m putting the final touches on the EP of Spoon Guitar experiments.  I’ve entitled it Cuillères Intergalactiques & it has been a lot of fun playing around with this new methodology.  108 more words


Kevin Drumm: Everything's Going along as Usual and Then All Shit Breaks Loose

Kevin Drumm: Everything’s Going along as Usual and Then All Shit Breaks Loose.
Self Released (2014)

This guy can’t do much wrong at the moment. Following my last post, which suggested that noise had become familiar if not gentrified, I should probably highlight that Kevin Drumm is someone who continues to surprise and inspire with his sonic experiments. 299 more words