The pandemic has yielded a number of lockdown musical creations, but guitarist Nate Mercereau captures the sadness and quiet joy better than most.
Woodwind specialist Matt Darriau joins Cinema Cinema for CCXMDII, an album blending improvisational free jazz, chilled-out ambience, and experimental urges.
Colin Newman and Malka Spigel talk about moving to Brighton, the art of collaboration, and the new Immersion project Nanocluster, Vol. 1.
Chris Carter, the architect of Throbbing Gristle’s sound, lets the ripple effects do the talking on the reissues of Electronic Ambient Remixes Three.
Graham Haynes vs Submerged’s Echolocation marries drum ‘n’ bass with jazz and stirs cyberpunk visions of electronic music with the work of Miles Davis.
For all the avant-garde and free jazz elements at work on Sacred Ceremonies, it’s the sound of Wadada Leo Smith drifting forward and grabbing inspiration.
Fatima Al Qadiri’s Medieval Femme possesses loping curves and jagged edges, luscious melodrama balancing ultra-cool and contemporary beats.
In this excerpt from Thompson’s I Feel Love, which explores the far-reaching influence of song and singer, the disco groove moves Brian Eno and Giorgio Moroder.
The first solo album from experimental upright bassist and vocalist Carmen Q. Rothwell uses heartbreak and loss as emotional touchstones.
Liars’ founding member Angus Andrew talks with PopMatters about revisiting the band’s past work and creating a new sci-fi album, The Apple Drop.
On SINNER GET READY, Lingua Ignota resides in the world, but not of it, crafting a bone-chillingly cathartic final product that deals in righteousness and reflection in turns.