Video Premiere: “Chloe” by The Phonometrican

‘Mnemosyne’ is the debut album from Mexico City based multi-instrumentalist, film composer and sound preservationist Carlos Morales, who creates under the name The Phonometrician. His music incorporates classical and American primitive guitar with elements of ambient, drone, and post-rock as well as field recordings, synths, and tape. It is a very special brand of music that…

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Travelogue 2016.05.09: Mental Exfoliation

A listening journey with four albums composed of intricate electroacoustic textures, field recordings, and emotional undercurrents. Immersed in these mild sonic abrasions and vivid soundscapes, the mind can exfoliate…

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Travelogue 2015-49: Signals and Resonances

A quiet space and a good pair of headphones are recommended for this group of albums that share an intent to capture signals, noise, and resonances and sculpt them into fascinating sonic narratives. Featuring Sustainer, José Soberanes, Kate Carr, Arovane, & Porya Hatami. 

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Sound Impression: Lunae Lumen – The Words Unsaid

Lunae Lumen is the solo project of pianist Martha Otero based in Zacatecas, Mexico. Her first EP, The Words Unsaid, marks a lovely beginning, if not a deeply personal one. The Words Unsaid is for me a way to close a chapter. I made the songs in different moments of my life and they all contain different…

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