The prodigiously talented experimental drummer premieres "Bombay" ahead of the release of his ‘Technoself’ album.
Shimpei "Melting Bot" Kaiho is a Tokyo-based scene veteran who's made it his life's work to explore the fringes of Western and Japanese underground music.
The hidden string pulling of global currency markets.
Downward dog meets industrial sludge in Seattle's experimental noise community.
Behind the janky-looking code, Csound offers sonic spatialization, live coding, and machine-level music production.
Far out sounds from the Netherlands.
"You get involved with the frequencies and it becomes a vehicle for meditation. Through meditation, you can achieve another aspect of existence."
It's from an experimental collage of songs produced using a Tandy DeskMate computer between 1992 and 2002.
The album is a smooth run of tracks with some bizarrely wonderful samples and synth sounds.
Christian iconography has been appropriated by a ton of musicians lately, but Father Murphy does it right.
Some of his new songs sound like Deerhunter, and others land in John Cage or Charles Ives territory, which is a pretty solid balance.
The split will chill you out and then make you feel like you're wandering through a dystopic sci-fi movie set.