Sometimes the online world reveals unsuspected parallel dimensions. This is an unknown restyle of Neural independently (and secretly as we never knew about it) made by NY-based Motion and Graphic Designer, Clarke Blackham. Very nicely made, perhaps only a bit glossier for the magazine’s line, it testifies once more how even your most familiar outcomes can have another life somewhere else.
CD – Lom
Now available on the shelves of Bandcamp is an anthological release focused on the multiform productions of VooDooMan. The album has been released under the trademark Lom, a Slovakian experimental label focused on postmusic and new art. →
These chant-boxes are electronic devices sometimes provided to help believers pray in Buddhist temples in China. The gadgets, similar to pocket radios and sometimes packaged with images of Buddha, broadcast loops of prayer, →
Check the Vivo arte.mov 2011 photo set here.
arte.mov has been a major Brazilian fes- tival of art and new media in the last few years. It’s especially focused on mobility, in part because it’s →
DVD – Aural Terrains
Behind the acronym KGB hide Kim Cascone, Guido Henneböhl and Brendan Dougherty, all well-known musicians and researchers in the contemporary digital-electroacoustic scenes. This combo – founded in 2004 – →
CD – Dekorder
“Fractal Hair Geometry” has been conceived by Marc Richter, head honcho of Dekorder. Under the moniker Black to Comm, he introduces a multifaceted blend of effects, sounds and drones →
There are only a few events (in the range of thousands of participants) completely self-organized and self funded that can boast a decade of yearly editions, all very well attended and never in the →
CD – Adaadat
This is a collaborative project involving Joe Banks (Disinformation), audio-visual artist and electronic experimenter close to the circuit bending scene, together with Mark Pilkington, editor of the Strange Attractor Journal. →