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Arash Akbari & Spekki Webu – Veiled Fluxes

Arash Akbari    Spekki Webu   

A new track and video clip from an artistic match made in heaven

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digital zine

music

Snowsteps in the Dark/Reotor

Christophe Boulmer   

Two soundscapes contrast the silent, deep rest of the forest with its embedded life and knowledge against modern infrastructures of industry and transport that have allowed material, music and information to travel across man-made borders.

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digital zine

music

Music as a manifestation

George Baida   

These are two playlists made for The Couch, based on different moods one may feel or seeks [during a daydream or after a nightmare maybe], mixing different eras and music movements.

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mystics

music

Singing To The Machine: Orpheu The Wizard

Orpheu The Wizard    Rustan Söderling   

This mix by Orpheu The Wizard consists of a selection of songs loosely revolving around the themes of Mystics of the Chthulucene. First up in a new mix series, where artists, selectors, and music geeks connect sounds to a broader and recurring artistic research theme that weaves through The Couch.

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essay

Some word, some gesture, some sound: A Ghost Story

Asa Horvitz   
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essay

Two Nights of Noise at Tivoli

Charlie Jermyn    Kalle Mattsson   

By recounting his experiences of two formative concerts at Tivoli, essayist and performer Charlie Jermyn provides a poetic account on the raw power of sound and the music of everyday life. He connects the origin of noise music to Italian Futurism, a movement fascinated with dynamism and constant innovation, and appreciates the ongoing vitality of aging cultural icons amidst the decay of our time.

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check-in

interview

Check-in with... Museum Of No Art

"It’s unbelievable how much sound is to be found in places like this. The music is already there, you just have to pay attention." We look back on the music project of Mona Steinwidder, which was part of our Spatial Range series in 2021.

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