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Music from Weird Masses: Jarboe

Experimental icon Jarboe remasters and rereleases her 1986 record Blood Women Roses. ...

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Uncomfortable Music

Pushing beyond warm nostalgic genres, Trebuchet guides you through the autumnal mental fog to a more mysterious place. Featuring: Mr Bungle, Napalm Death, Ricinn, Penny Rimbaud and Bunita Marcus...

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Nomadic music and the convergence of style – Tengger Cavalry

Sometimes, the tropes of contemporary Western culture can combine with the music of other eras and nations to turn up unexpected results....

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Outside of the music, it’s a little quiet…. Dead Light (Interview)

Dead Light, makers of 2016's intricate electro/ambient/classical apogee, discuss their debut album....

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Make Better Music 74 : Collaboration

The ability to listen, appreciate, evaluate and contribute towards a fellow-musician’s creativity is a high order skill and the rewards often completely justify the effort....

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Midsummer Music Festival 2014

Midsummer Music Festival gathers some of the world's finest classical musicians into an intimate and charming performance space....

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Make Better Music 72 : Music Theory

Music theory is way of labelling sounds and ideas in a way that highlights the relationships between them...

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Dad Rock : How Music Taste Changes

As we settle down and middle age begins to creep in, the last musical age, as identified by the researchers, is dominated by 'sophisticated' – such as jazz and classical – and 'unpretentious' –...

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No Score Draw : How Movie Music Fails Us [Final Part]

'Art is not made by committee' SWP concludes his series on the art of the soundtrack...

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No Score Draw : How Movie Music Fails Us

Stringwash and atmospherics? If you notice a film's soundtrack that means it's failed? Not in SWP's opinion. The art of the film score, revisited....

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Microbial Music, Biomechanical Bebop

Microbes make music. And it's not bad either....

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Metal, music, money and merch: for Malefice – life is a five letter word.

Metal, music, money and merch: for Malefice - life is a five letter word....

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Physics meet Music, Music meet Physics

An internationally renowned composer and an award-winning violinist, are bringing particle physics to life through a series of classical compositions. The composer Edward Cowie is teaming up with...

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Peter Broderick: Music for Confluence

The somewhat fantastical world of Erased Tapes record making continues with Peter Broderick's Music for Confluence. After the happy accident in which Nils Frahm's efforts not to wake the...

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Make Better Music 49: Accepting the New

Make Better Music 49: Accepting the New. Lessons in music composition, song writing, artistic motivation and making better music from David Graham. ...

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Chris Clarke: Acoustic Body Music

Chris Clark or simply Clark these days is a busy man, making music, incessant touring and learning new instruments.  While uncomfortable with the title of Warp records’ electronic standard...

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Make Better Music 5: Be Your Own Worst Critic

Make Better Music 5: Be Your Own Worst Critic. Lessons in music composition, song writing, artistic motivation and making better music from David Graham....

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A Heroic Step Forward for Quest Ensemble

Classical progressives Quest Ensemble's Other Side points us forward from genre to musical discovery. Has classical music rediscovered originality? ...

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The Discipline of Inspiration: An Interview with Samuel Andreyev. Part Two

An interview with composer and educator Samuel Andreyev. Part two....

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The Discipline of Inspiration: An Interview with Samuel Andreyev

An interview with composer and educator Samuel Andreyev....

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You’d Better Get Your Visualisations Right

Interview with Jaz Coleman – Magna Invocatio: A Gnostic Mass for Choir and Orchestra Inspired by the Sublime Music of Killing Joke...

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“Every Song was a Little World in Itself”

Interview with industrial music shamans The Youngs Gods - Franz Treichler ...

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China Changing Festival Returns for Grand Finale

Southbank Centre’s China Changing Festival celebrating innovative contemporary Chinese culture returns with a packed four-day programme for its grand finale....

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Postmodernism & Its Discontents

Lenin is given a kitsch shell by artist Alex Milov, is this an act of vandalism or preservation?...

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Max Klinger & The Freudian Unconscious

Max Klinger is a thought provoking artist who was influential on early modernism his work not only helps to explain complex theories but also helped to form them!...

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And Phil Keeps on Falling: Blade Runner 2049

Very yellow and not very mellow. Is Blade Runner really due a reboot?...

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Portraits: Zia Mohiuddin Dagar and Stephen O’Malley

Sunn O))) guitarist and sonic adventurer Stephen O'Malley on his latest find: Dhrupad Music...

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CAN: Unreleased Material. The Can Project: Barbican and Glastonbury Sets

New releases, biography readings and gigs by the Can Project usher in a spring/summer of CAN related events...

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Beyond the Limited Imagination: M (Myrkur)

Review of M, stunning album by multi-instrumentalist Black Metal phenomenon Myrkur...

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HRH Prog 2015

Pwllheli is a long way from anywhere at the far end of a winding single-track railway line. The train stops many, many times at little request stops, but only if you know how to pronounce the...

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