Ze-Ka – “Ghost Planet”

Jean-Philippe Feiss is a French cellist and composer also interested in electronics. He studied classical music with Xavier Gagnepain, and went to jazz and improvised music after finishing school. He founded Sibiel, atria cello/ double bass/guitar in 2001. The band...

Siavash Amini – “TAR”

Now then, I was sent this album by Dense PR – who operate a tight ship out of Berlin. At the first listen – I was flummoxed. After a series of noisier and less melodic albums, TAR by Siavash Amini catches the active listener with a subtle tension that...

Kazuya Ishigami – “Modest Worry”

What greets the listener with this release is a pounding high pitch frequency that, at first, grates – however, once you have sat down and committed to listening to this release the gradual ebbs and flows of the ‘pulse’ lead to a comforting ritual....

Simon Goff – “Hue”

I am not a patriot. I am the last person to start an argument based on the fact that I have certain privileges due to being born in the country I was born in. However, I received “Hue” by Simon Goff in the mail – This album is Goff’s solo work...

Cut Worms – “Lumbar Fist”

On the debut album Lumbar Fist, Richard Van Kruysdijk’s solo project Cut Worms playfully builds compositions from scratch without any prefab beats or loops. Van Kruysdijk is a founding member of Daisy Bell, an indietronics group with Dyane Donck and Evelien van den...