Lucy and Rrose, now coming together as The Lotus Eaters, have established themselves separately as techno artists who are just as comfortable operating in the uncharted area of experimental music. Running their own labels (Stroboscopic Artefacts and Eaux, respectively), they have gained a cult following, both influencing and challenging the direction of techno.
With Desatura, they explore themes of physical density, emptiness, and space, creating sonic objects which can be rotated and viewed from multiple perspectives. Eschewing the typical instrumentation of techno, the duo use synthesized sound and feedback as fundamental sources to generate both textural and percussive elements.
Dutch-Italian composer, musician and producer Aimée Portioli alias Grand River is back on Spazio Disponibile. After a debut record on the label in 2017, she now serves up her first ever physical long player, Pineapple. Read More »
The Air Texture Series asks two Producers/ Performers to select a double CD worth of unreleased music. The only guidance is the music should not be main floor bangers, other than that we get out of the way, allowing them autonomy over their selection. Read More »
I I K K I is a french edition project, the result of a dialog between a visual artist and a music artist. The books are focused on a fine art book which work as series with three publishings by year. Read More »
The Amsterdam-based duo Wanderwelle return to Silent Season with their second album Gathering Of The Ancient Spirits. Read More »
Celer is the alias of Will Long, an american musician settled in Tokyo. Under this pseudonym he has released lots of albumsfor over 10 years, mostly self-edited or pu-blished by his own Two Arcons label, being one of the most proliﬁc musicians of the ambient/drone scene. Read More »