is an upside-down, home
Writing about something as abstract as music is truly a psychotic enterprise
Angelo Harmsworth's Fully Automated Luxury Ambient
For Fake Rolex: FR072 Natalia Panzer (Warsaw, Poland) track list and unedited description
so - a
Taku Unami, Moe Kamura, Tetuzi Akayama - from 'Hontatedori'
a5 MAImai - untitled guitar solo #2
Andy Moor + Kaffe Matthews - Builder Bloomberg
Anne-F Jacques, Ryoko Akama, Takamitsu Ohta - Chris in the Magic City
Caterina Barbieri and Kali Malone - Glory (Final Movement)
Klein - rain
Clark Coolidge - from "Polaroid"
The Roches - The Troubles
Cocteau Twins - Lazy Calm
yyu - drummer
Echo Lane Afterschool Inc. - another song for two ukeleles
Emerald Four - ¥Þ¥ê©`¥´©`¥ë¥É
Le Makeup - Sketch for Wheat Road
Irimiás - Kite
KeitaroTamura - 1009
A desire to build something around works for strings that have been on my mind for years now. Almost as long as I have known you. Again thoughts, dreams of future. And steeping in the cyclic, sublime, always wanting to play of the long, long game. Threaded through some attempt at grounding (voice, street trumpeter, the buzz and tickle of a space heater clicking on): the constant text buzz and crash that fills this seeping space between now and away. You might be me. I mean, I feel that my heart is vibrating in the middle of my body.
Songs that make me think about a beautiful place out in the country, but which country? And "I wish we were Hansel and Gretel with pebbles as a hedge against the day before and the day after." Poetry falls into the tricks of its music. The line curls slackened or either strains and snaps. It's kind of messy because that's harmony. Love, that universe of the universal chance.
"It was kind of fascinating how it created this really immersive world that you would have to keep checking back to see if anything had been added or updated; and there were a lot of easter eggs, as well. But it's this idea I haven't seen duplicated, or at least not successfully, to create this really active website that is just like a fiction you can be lost in and become a fan of. I've been thinking about this as well lately--this kind of site that you have to go to frequently doesn't exist anymore, really. There's Twitter, Facebook, Instagram; we go there often to check our feeds but it's not the same as going to a specific URL that is giving you a channel, a consistent world"
For Axioma: AXIOMA #57 - Natalia Panzer tracklist
Through the window,
Tomoko Sauvage - Metamorphosis
"She doesn't live here anymore"
through wrought iron gates,
+you - from 'emi koussi'
Julia Perry - Homunculus, C.F., for 10 percussionists
Thoom - Tasted
ì¡°ìœ¨_Joyul - Horn
Silent Observer - Wet Floor Across the Street
Sunatirene - Pulsations 00 0 00
Kazumichi Komatsu - Skip demo
Silvia Kastel - Heart 2 Tape
Máire Ní Scolaí - Dónall óg
'Untitled 2' by Gem Vision from Space Heater (self-released? 2010?)
I recently moved house and parsed through all of my things. To treasure or to toss? I uncovered an old usb drive filled with music from 2009-2013. I remembered each track but not every artist. Most files didn't have metadata attached but this one did: Space Heater by Gem Vision. This album doesn't seem to exist online anymore but some traces of Gem's others do, all released by their own Watercolour (or WTR CLR?) label. I also had Lynx at some point and remember this song fondly. Felt like putting this fossil back into the fray, lately.
my first mix, 2014 or 2015, recorded onto microcasette split with sean tatol
is an upside-down, home