Movements by Roots Manuva via Rebecca Tantony I was in my late teens when ‘Brand New Second Hand’ came out. I wasn’t a writer then, more falling through words rather than into them. More longing and not sure how to make sense, than sense being made. But I was hungry for language and the […]
Lunatic Harness by u-ziq via Zufu Back in 1998 in Lima, it was very rare to listen to electronic music if it wasn’t for Mtv and a couple radio shows.The music in the electronic parties was more focused into house, techno, and trance. So, one of my best friends from high school has a […]
Battery by Metallica via Diego Hernadez It was 1994 as I pressed Play on a cassette that my new friend Kohler (saludos!) had handed me over after school; the description was doodled over the stickie surface of a correction pen, who knows what other music stories had been erased. Side A read METALLICA […]
A Love Supreme by John Coltrane via Ingrid LaFleur A sunny Sunday Sunshine outside Inside our house The first and last house of which my family shared before the divorce My dad would play this record over and over He would be walking around or reading in the library It was a sizeable house […]
EXP by Jimi Hendrix via Hprizm EXP – The intro to Axis Bold As Love album greatly impacted me and expanded my thoughts on sound and extraterrestrial life. The pitch processing on the vocals and guitar effects were equally as “alien” as the question Jimi posed. It was playful but provocative at once. […]
Michael Sterns – Planetary Unfolding via Matthewdavid Michael Stearns’ Planetary Unfolding is a special album for me. If I had to choose a song that was the most significant then it’d have to be the first song from the album “In The Beginning…”, but really it was the full album experience that would lead […]
Sankomota – House on Fire via Jeremiah Lemohang Mosese Sankomota is an afrojazz pop band from Lesotho which was very popular. Very much like the Beatles for us. Sankomota’s House on Fire was literally a part, or even a fabric of the subculture from when I was growing up. I grew up in Hlotse, […]
Alva Noto’s Xerrox Meta Phaser via Jessica Ekomane It was at the time when having a desktop computer at home was still quite a new thing. When I discovered the album “Xerrox Vol. 2” I was quite mesmerized by those sounds I was hearing for the first time. I was playing this track “Xerrox […]
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