Grischa Lichtenberger

re: phgrp (Raster)

… electronic no longer cares to be separate from all-acoustic…

Grischa Lichtenberger’s music stands for broken rhythms, for high-density manipulations that emphasize the digital and fractal nature of its working process. A mindset that grew closer to contemporary jazz in recent years.

Lambert

True (Mercury KX)

… the only real truth is the listener’s perspective…

A brand new record from an enigmatic pianist which is playful and sombre, often composed of both, humour and drama, with a deep-focused emphasis on execution and sense…

Loscil

Equivalents (Kranky)

… abstracting clouds into miasmic, painterly canvases of smoke and shadowplay…

Scott Morgan‘s 12th LP, inspired by a series of early 20th century photographs by Alfred Stieglitz

Marcus Fjellström

Schattenspieler (Miasmah)

Dark and moody, sad and beautiful, organic and ghostly Schattenspieler, is an incredible achievement, that grows on you with every listen.

A RECITAL for Marcus Fjellström’s record, celebrating a re-issue of his first three albums

Gescom

ISS:SA (Skam)

Incorrectly perceived as simply an Autechre side-project, Gescom exists as a platform for a number of aligned artists to work in various combinations whilst remaining anonymous…

Take a look inside Simon P. Castonguay’s, aka Tambour studio, read up on his composition process and his latest release for Moderna Records