Wormrot guitarist Rasyid Juraimi looks at the challenges faced by the experimental group on their new Earache Records release, ‘Hiss.’
Anou – the musical project of Lebanese-American musician & singer-songwriter Anwar Bizri – has announced the release of the debut single “Strange Goodbyes” on July 7th under Tiny House Music.
Greg Puciato’s ‘Mirrorcell’ (Federal Prisoner) is liquid mercury, shifting and morphing to reflect the facets of an artist who has challenged themselves to achieve a singular persona.
Subsound Records is pleased to announce the signing of Italian singer, vocal researcher, and composer Dalila Kayros and the release of her upcoming album, ‘ANIMAMI.’
Voodoo Drummer delivered an experimental, instrumental cover of Pink Floyd’s “Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun” in 7/8 Greek rhythm.
Wholly different from his previous offerings, ‘Azúl Arriba, Blue Below’ displays Juan Tigre’s manifold ability to create plush ambient soundscapes.
Unpredictable and diverse; press play on ‘Ad Hoc’ (Earth Libraries), the new album from Spiritual Warfare and the Greasy Shadows.
Drummer Ryan Parrish is the mastermind behind the collaborative exercise in organic mood that is Slow Burning Rage’s self-titled album (Pax Aeturnum).
On ‘Lullabies for Eternal Sleep,’ Apes create the kind of psychosis-inducing sound that will leave you shuffling uncomfortably in your seat.
Experimental Liverpudlian band Loathe have dropped ambitious new single ‘Dimorphous Display’ and confirmed as support for Code Orange US tour.
Trevor Dunn (Mr. Bungle) and ethno jazz fanatic Jarvis Earnshaw team up to form Travis Duo and deliver some suitably trippy vibes on their debut ‘Hypnagogia,’ releasing on December 10th. It’s an intensely personal, exploratory journey that should not be undertaken on a whim.
Composer and Curator, Greg Anderson, has teamed up with Alice In Chains vocalist William Duvall. Check out the collaboration here.
Rob Lundberg is back with another new installment of Uncontaminated Sound – The Interviews. This week, he welcomes Peter Walker of experimental audiovisual collective Arthur King.