Passive/Aggressive

Peter Jørgensen – Waking us up from reality, weaving us into a dream

English Kritik June 21 2019

Peter Jørgensen ”Alt i stykker” (No Technique, 2019) – review by Giuseppe Pisano Along the years Peter Jørgensen has developed a compositional style that shares common elements with both the new wave of Scandinavian electronic ambient music and the modern-classical long form experimentations of either minimal-music composers such as Morton Feldman and more recent figures in the contemporary music panorama such as Anthony Pateras. In this sense his ...

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ASUNA & Jan Jelinek – Grainy micro-structures shrouded in infinite sustain

English Kritik April 10 2019

ASUNA & Jan Jelinek ”Signals Bulletin” (faitiche, 2019) – review by Wieland Rambke Jan Jelinek is a legend of minimal music: For more than two decades now, the German producer has used samples, field recordings and modular synthesizers to produce gently pulsating music that feels organic, yet hi-tech. On and off through the last five years, he has been collaborating with Japanese sound artist ASUNA, and ”Signals ...

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Deaf Center – Towards a more spacious melancholy

English March 19 2019

Interview by Mathias Ruthner Though having existed for more than 15 years, the forthcoming album, “Low Distance”, is only Deaf Center’s third full-length release. Since the Norwegian duo released their first EP, “Neon City”, their output has been somewhat sparse due to the geographical distance between its two members and their wide range of other collaborative and solo outputs. Since the start of their collaboration ...

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Rex Kyed – Transithallernes ambivalens

Kritik March 29 2018

Rex Kyed Uhørt 2014_John Eduard Rex Kyed “S/T” (Infinite Waves, 2018) – anmeldelse af Kim Elgaard Andersen “At rejse er at leve” er nok et af de mest slidte citater på dansk. Det er blevet skamredet så meget, at det næsten har mistet sin betydning. Det var nok også mere ophidsende på H.C. Andersens tid. Nu er det muligt for alle at rejse, og mange gør ...

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Rafael Anton Irisarri – En patosfyldt skildring af forfaldet

Blog Kritik October 11 2017

  irisarri Rafael Anton Irisarri “The Shameless Years” (Umor Rex) – anmeldelse af Alexander Julin Siden 2007 har den amerikanske producer, multiinstrumentalist og komponist Rafael Anton Irisarri udsendt i alt syv ambient- og drone-albums, som ofte har været præget af spinkelhed. På sit nyeste album, “The Shameless Years”, bevæger han sig i samme genrefelt, men ofte mere patosfyldt og ildevarslende end på især sine tidligste udgivelser.

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John Chantler & Johs Lund – Singulære tilstande af ro og vildskab

Kritik August 29 2017

endlesssky0010652014_10 John Chantler & Johs Lund “Endless Sky” (selvudgivet, 2017) – anmeldelse af Simon Christensen Vi får at vide, det er en synthesizer, men det lyder som et strengeinstrument, der producerer en lang meditativ drone. Samtidig hører vi ‘cirkular breathing’ på altsaxofonen fra Johs Lund, som hele tiden overskrider den rene tone og bliver gradvist mere abstrakt i løbet af albummets første side. Den anden del ...

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Futuro Antico – Globale tankestrømme bygget på musikalske oldtidsstudier

March 31 2017

futretro Det Glemte Guld – En serie af Mikkel Kongstad. I sidste uge var denne signatur på kosmologisk rejse i planteriget med Mort Garson. I denne uge skal vi også på en rejse. En rejse ud i hele verden (faktisk videre end det) og så lige et smut forbi en term, der egentlig burde være lagt i graven før den overhovedet dukkede op. You guessed it, ...

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Shitney – Seismografiske prøveboringer

Kritik February 8 2017

Shitney_EC Shitney ”Earth Core” (ILK, 2017) – anmeldelse af Kim Elgaard Andersen Jordens kerne kender vi ikke. Teorierne om, hvad den består af, er forskellige. Nogle mener, den består af jern, måske lidt nikkel. Nyere teorier anslår, at den består af guld, platin og andre metaller. Så sent som i december sidste år fandt man ud af, at der flyder en 420 kilometer bred jetstrøm af ...

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Jaleh Negari “Arch Waves” – A propagation of disturbances through space and time

English Kritik October 27 2016

14567346_1160077640749977_8894475490697312400_o Jaleh Negari “Arch Waves” review by Javier Orozco The musical cartography of Jaleh Negari can be traced to her current role as drummer of the bands Selvhenter and Pinkunoizu, yet a distinct territory is trailed by the sounds advanced in her first solo album “Arch Waves” and published by Eget Værelse (a label and Copenhagen-based music collective she cofounded). “Arch Waves” shares some attributes with ...

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