experimental

coil hellraiser

The too-scary-for-Hollywood tale of Coil’s Hellraiser soundtrack

A rejected film score with a reputation that precedes it.

Lovecraft Sextet

Hear The Lovecraft Sextet’s gorgeously dark “De Mysteriis (Ambientum)”

Hear the new track from Jason Köhnen of Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble.

body dilloway head

Body/Head announce new collaborative album with Aaron Dilloway

Body/Dilloway/Head out in November. Hear “Goin’ Down.”

Grouper beginner's guide

A Beginner’s Guide to the ambient pop of Grouper

A primer on Liz Harris’ hazy, intoxicating discography.

Bendik Giske Cracks review

Bendik Giske : Cracks

A potential first step toward a new direction for the experimental saxophonist.

jeremiah cymerman citadels and sanctuaries review

Jeremiah Cymerman : Citadels & Sanctuaries

An avant garde study of the clarinet that puts a new spin on the idea of a soloist.

Low HEY WHAT review

Low – HEY WHAT

Low still live in hope, but it’s surrounded by a breathtaking cacophony.

East Forest Possible review

East Forest : Possible

An album about the possibilities that lie ahead of us, made from a delicate, historic instrument.

Leila Abdul Rauf premiere

See the hypnotic video for Leila Abdul-Rauf’s “Distortions in Phantasy I: Lure”

See the new clip from her recently released album ‘Phantasiai’

Mary Lattimore tour dates

Mary Lattimore announces fall tour

Dates with Claire Rousay, William Tyler and more.

Lingua Ignota Sinner Get Ready review

Lingua Ignota – SINNER GET READY

Kristin Hayter strips away the heaviest elements of her sound to expose an even darker terror.

Roy Montgomery That Best Forgotten Work review

Roy Montgomery : That Best Forgotten Work

The prolific guitarist returns with his second of four LPs this year, focusing on covers.

Claire Rousay More Eaze An afternoon whine

Claire Rousay/More Eaze : An Afternoon Whine

An electronic collaboration that hones in on the detail of the everyday.

Grouper beginner's guide

Grouper announces new album, Shade

Hear new track “Unclean Mind.”

claire rousay more eaze an afternoon whine review

Lucrecia Dalt & Aaron Dilloway : Lucy & Aaron

This collaborative work from two experimental/noise artists is hypnotic, even oddly accessible in its best moments.

lingua ignota sinner get ready review

Alexis Marshall : House of Lull. House of When

Daughters’ frontman delivers a debut solo album full of harrowing noise and anxiety-ridden narratives.

Low HEY WHAT review

Low’s “Disappearing” is noise made serene

The second single from ‘HEY WHAT’ is a beautiful cacophony.