The Oceanic State, or the oceanic feeling as Romain Rolland called it in a letter to Sigmund Freud, is the source of all religiousness. It is the feeling of being one with the universe; it is at once the dissolution and the melding together of the observer and the observed.Continue reading "Million Ear: Oceanic State EP"
Subjective and intimate, these compositions are firmly grounded in affective materiality of emotions, specific written fragments and stories, from which moods, vibrations and ambiances took their shapes.Continue reading "rouge-ah: bare"
“Vrtnice” (Roses) is a poetic but outspoken take on dismissive attitudes towards artists in contemporary politics and public life in general. It says that artists (“we are the culture squad”) are needed in a society to make everyone feel the life in colours, with a present mind and heart, for “roses” are needed as much as bread.Continue reading "Image Snatchers 2"
what is the frame through which we are allowed, and able, to access culture?Continue reading "Access Frame: Collectivity"
Music by Luka Prinčič, partially for M. Ferlin’s solo piece “Staging a Play: Antigone”.Continue reading "Luka Prinčič: Antigone/Child"
wide spectrum of noise and synthetic atmospheresContinue reading "Dodecahedragraph: Mixtures and Leftovers"
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Stylistically, the music on Botox – a debut full length for Warrego Valles – seems to draw influences from a deep underground electronic dance music, but it is based on its contemporary deconstruction, which results in a dark minimalist abstract post-genre electro and glitchy sonic landscapes. The album’s thematic undercurrents tell a story about the …Continue reading "Warrego Valles: Botox"
Gašper Torkar is a multi-faceted artist whose body of work, stretched between poetry, music and other artistic forms, has brought him to various literary, theatre and club stages. He is a poet and a storyteller, though he doesn’t always need words to tell his story. This is confirmed by five pieces of almost-dance electronic music, …Continue reading "Gašper Torkar: Dreams of Others EP"
At the heart of it all lies a choreography of sounds – noises and tones and everything in-between. Of course there’s always the body. And its movement. Mental images flashing somewhere in the brain, a foot tapping, that feeling in the stomach and somewhere down the lungs when you’re hit with an emotional resonance. The …Continue reading "Luka Prinčič: Albatross EP"