Entranced as I was by Portico Quartet‘s Southampton performance in 2010, I would never have imagined delving into dharma, mantra, and the Muse with their founding member and former hang-player Nick Mulvey seven years later. From Portico’s inner voyages to the irrepressible enthusiasm of Wake Up Now,… Read More
In August 2017, I met with Kate again to talk about Moonshine Freeze for Lagom #7. You can read the full article here, or order an issue of the paper magazine.
Entering Dustin O’Halloran‘s felted-feeling world, whether painted as a sonic backdrop to acclaimed films and ballet, performed for his project, A Winged Victory For the Sullen, or experienced in the stillness of his solo albums, is very much about being submerged in music as a… Read More
A year ago, I set out on a musical pilgrimage, to attend the “Nameless Endless” festival at the Berlin Funkhaus. Invited by the Michelberger Hotel, 100 artists from all horizons gathered for a week of independent, artist-driven, commercial-free musical experiments to create a unique experience. Artists “[opened]… Read More
English-born, Berlin-based Rebecca Partridge picks up and broadens the conversation around mysticism that began with Modernist Utopian abstraction. Buffered from the pleasant bustle of Landwehr Canal and its Kreuzberg scene, stepping into the realist yet minimal natural views that bring her studio to life draws you… Read More
In the wake of Tom Adams‘ new album Silence, a magnificent collection of introspective piano musings, we met up for a rambling conversation on the blend of compass-like focus, serendipity, and trusting enthusiasm that make up his creative process, whether applied to song-writing, electronic music…… Read More
Over the summer I delved into a most wonderful conversation with Vincent Moon, who weaves together the sacred threads of music and of the invisible through his collection of Petites Planètes films. First known to indie music lovers for launching a fresh take on music videos… Read More