Science and Aesthetics

Pablo Picasso, Guernica, 1937 Science, of course, is immensely important; perhaps even the patterns made by diffraction are important too; even if only as a bi-product of some scientific goings-on. Diffraction patterns, I have recently (read more)

Rocket Recordings 20 Year PARTY!

The capital’s most eclectic gathering of avant-experimental fusio-rock-noise-jazz musicians threatens to twist the acousti-aesthetic marrow of its audience next Spring. Expect plaster-loosening volume, brain-altering harmonics, sonic exultation and faces beaming with conspiratorial glee. It’s gwan (read more)