Keagon Voyce

Premieres

John Barclay’s New Fantasy Techno EP Is Magical and Harrowing

The owner and operator of New York's Bossa Nova Civic Club merges “elf warfare music” and reality on ‘Naja Warfare,’ his new release as Liquid Soap.
Keagon Voyce
4.2.19
Features

Legendary Experimental Composer Jon Hassell Is Still Dreaming Up New Worlds

On his new album, Hassell continues his lifelong exploration of the style he invented, Fourth World, which essentially means collaging folk music traditions with abstract electronics.
Keagon Voyce
6.21.18
PROFILES

Ben Frost Is Trying Not to Let the Apocalypse Get Him Down

'The Centre Cannot Hold,' recorded with Steve Albini, is an optimistic call to arms in the midst of global catastrophe.
Keagon Voyce
10.24.17
PROFILES

Morton Subotnick Has Been Expanding Minds and Music for More Than 50 Years

The pioneering electronic composer, who just debuted a new piece at Lincoln Center, is getting a doc that celebrates his contributions to music.
Keagon Voyce
8.2.17
PROFILES

This Artist Uses Old Phone Equipment to Unlock the Secrets of Music

Brooklyn artist Antenes explores interactions between humans and technology by manipulating a vintage switchboard and soloing on rotary dials.
Keagon Voyce
6.23.17
Interviews

Thurston Moore’s 'Rock N Roll Consciousness' in the Age of Trump

The Sonic Youth guitarist’s new record is a light in dark days.
Keagon Voyce
6.17.17
PROFILES

Alvin Lucier Has Found the Music in the World Around Him for More than 50 Years

In groundbreaking pieces like 1969's 'I Am Sitting in a Room,' the physical world itself is the experimental composer's creative medium.
Keagon Voyce
5.10.17
PROFILES

The German Composer Who Made Pianos Play Themselves

On his new record, Hauschka used player pianos to become a one-man band and explore a disastrous possible future.
Keagon Voyce
4.4.17
Essays

On Brian Eno and the End of De-Civilization

Eno's new album 'Reflection' is arrhythmic and unpredictable. In the Age of Trump, it's also a clarion call for meditation.
Keagon Voyce
2.20.17
PROFILES

A Winged Victory for the Sullen Have so Much Sweet Film Scoring to Do and so Little Time

The ambient duo discuss their score for the French film 'Iris' and search for time to return to their roots.
Keagon Voyce
2.16.17
Noisey

Jóhann Jóhannsson's Uncanny New World

The Icelandic composer's tells us about his new score for 'Arrival', a unique challenge in a terrifying age.
Keagon Voyce
1.7.17
The Score

Jóhann Jóhannsson's Uncanny New World

The Icelandic composes tells us about crafting the score for 'Arrival', a unique challenge in a terrifying age.
Keagon Voyce
1.7.17
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