Loula just released a live modular jam on YouTube to coincide with launching a bandcamp subscriber page. Go and check it out and sign up for her updates on eurorack modular and amazing laser visuals.
Taking prompts from walks in the wild, Sundheim armed with an iphone and recording app, brings home quiet and considered blends of found sound and synthesised accompaniment. “Glades of Flowering Stone is a like a gentle forest bath, dissolving any tension and restoring balance.”
Out now on VHS, cassette and digi via bandcamp
Two releases using the Make Noise Shared System, from the company’s founder and head designer Tony Rolando, alongside long-time employee of said company, Walker Farrell.
Both unique takes on the instrument and goes without saying, it’s a treat to hear music created on the machine from people instrumental in its development!
Bibliography by Kara Blake 2009
Ahead of the official release this Friday, Kosmorama have shared with us the opening track from their new LP of same name, via the Serein label. We’re loving the juxtaposition of horns, electronics and decaying textures in this piece.
After studying and living together, Christian Grothe (Kryshe) and Gregor Lener come together ten years later under the name Kosmorama. Inspired by science fiction, they create improvised cosmic jazz music with trumpet, home made DIY synths and samplers.
Pre-orders via bandcamp!
“We live in an age of technology in which machines touch every part of our lives. It is not surprising that music has also been influenced by technology.”