Sound

Nick Cave and Warren Ellis’ Gospel Carnage

A review of Nick Cave & Warren Ellis' Carnage performance at the Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury. Sept 2021 Carnage UK Tour....

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Special Interest: New Orleans Noir

It may be a cold passion, but it’s one that marks them out from the hordes of less spirited and complacent groups...

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Musical Adventures for an Opening 2021.

Trebuchet’s subjective musical round up looks at releases by Divide and Dissolve, Memoriam, Stone Giants/Amon Tobin, LNZNDRF, Kaktus Einarsson, Melvins, Ya Tseen, Tomahawk, DJINN, Godspeed You...

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Neunau: Sound Art from Ancient to Modern

Neunau is a connection between worlds that might seem distant from one another, this allows me to work on various levels...

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Slithering Through Self-Discovery with Leon Vynehall

A herpetological review of the Leon Vynehall's 2021 Ninja Tune Release 'Rare, Forever' ...

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History Remixed to a New Beat

Belgian New Beat fuelled a perfect storm of moral panic on a French TV report about the scene. Yet like punk, condemnation made it more successful. ...

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Isles, The Electronica We Needed This Pandemic

Isles by Bicep : the perfect album for the pandemic, for moments of reflection and isolation. It is made for listening at home, alone....

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Holiday Song: Jim Sclavunos Supports Endangered Venues With Masterpiece.

Renaissance musician Jim Sclavunos hints at a solo album with the single Holiday Song....

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Black, Indigenous, and Loud

Powerful and political Maori and Cherokee experimental group Divide and Dissolve provides a soundtrack for collective resistance. ...

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Photography, Light and After Love

An interview with The Heat Inc.'s Jon Dodd about the power of photography and the eternal light of Rock & Roll. ...

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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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Radio Mulot’s Illicit Waveform Society

Radio Mulot charity release by The Pop Group’s Mark Stewart (& Friends). Trebuchet Video Premiere of Un Nebun ...

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Zakk Sabbath’s Super Tribute to Black Sabbath

Black Sabbath sounds like stale smoke, beer mould on a frayed carpet, hot vacuum tubes, factory oil and ball sweat. Why would Zakk Sabbath revisit this?...

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No Transformation – Tony Oursler & Hennessey Video Exclusive

The raw quality of the video matches the stripped emotional tone of Leah's voice which in turn laser-points the lyrics directly at the desperate ennui of 2020. ...

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Nicolas Bougaïeff on the Art of Dragging Techno Upwards

Alexei Monroe discusses optimism, constructive techno and societal change with electronic pioneer Nicolas Bougaïeff...

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So This is Bandante

An interview with Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds guitarist George Vjestica and artist Timothy Shepard about Bandante, their audiovisual collaboration. ...

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Finding Your Own North Star (Man)

The depth and breadth of authors and pieces in Me and the Starman is nearly as impressive as the number and variance of Bowie’s identities and body of work. ...

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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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Mothra: Doom Engine

A demanding listen, this cult album seeks to push boundaries and shows that the band is dedicated to their own, distinctive modus operandi. ...

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Park Hye Jin: How Can I

Park is beginning to develop her own oeuvre, her second EP offering experimentation that establishes her as more than just an emerging talent. ...

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Hymns of Isolation: No Wilderness Deep Enough

No Wilderness Deep Enough, the devastating new record from Neurosis' Steve Von Till, is a masterful exploration of darkness and texture. Epic!...

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The Forme to the Fynisment Foldes Ful Selden

A strong line-up balances reverence for old forms against modern storytelling in this worthwhile release to round off the Dark Britannica project....

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West Coast Loitering in the Loneliest Funk of LA Priest

A review of LA Priest's Gene, a masterpiece of funky isolation. Made on a homemade drum machine of the same name, there is a lot to appreciate here....

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Figueroa: Amon Tobin’s Magical Isolation

The World As We Know It from Amon Tobin project Figueroa is a fresh take on psych folk that captives, inspires and defies expectation. ...

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We Will Not Be Lovers – Hennessey

Dark Electro-pop with a epic vocal turn. In 2020 it appears electroclash has been given a shot in the arm. Hennessey - We Will Not Be Lovers. Video Exclusive....

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Black Sabbath: There’s No Rock ‘n’ Roll in Reading the Classics

If you missed Black Sabbath in their heyday, there’s no reason to go back to the original songs or doff your cap to their hallowed creators....

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La Breiche: Le Rite

La Breiche's new album is a force of nature, immersive and carefully constructed, combining unorthodox elements but retaining a careful touch....

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Amon Tobin’s Two Finger Step Out With Nomark

An interview with electronic pioneer Amon Tobin on his venture away from seminal label Ninja Tune to stand by his own beats. ...

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21 Years in Hell: Marilyn Manson by Perou

A stylish photo study that's at least as much of a charm thanks to how photographer Ralph Perou places each image into context in his own inimitable way. ...

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Black Sabbath: The Besmirched of England

Notwithstanding the likelihood of the gradual declines of both Black Sabbath and the Church of England as cultural touchstones, their impact will linger on for generations....

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