(((O))) Category: Music vs Noise

Music vs Noise 09: How I Make My Music (Nick Gill)

Nick Gill (of The Monroe Transfer, Fireworks Night and more) enlightens us on his music-making processes…

Music vs Noise 08 – Enter the Mirror: The Ontological Noise of Les Rallizes Denudes

“In the lowest of low fidelity, Les Rallizes Denudes ask: fidelity to what?” – Owen Coggins on the mysterious musical forms of the cult Japanese legends…

Music vs. Noise 07: The Crescendo and the Climax (Pt. 2: Levelling Out)

Has the crescendo really disappeared, or it just that our understanding of it needs to change? Benjamin Bland gets (unnecessarily?) theoretical…

Music vs Noise 06: How I Make My Music (Postdrome)

Postdrome (Charlie Floyd) takes us behind the scenes of his brilliant dark ambient / drone compositions in the latest Music vs Noise…

Music vs. Noise 05: The Crescendo and the Climax (Pt. 1: Are We Nearly There Yet?)

Has the dependency on crescendo and climax held us back? Benjamin Bland investigates…

Music vs Noise 04: Are We Post-Everything?

Has the “post” syndrome led genre categorisations to get out of control? Benjamin Bland asks the question…

Music vs. Noise 03: Refusing to Conform (or Making a Statement Through Noise)

A different tangent to the ‘Music vs. Noise’ column this week, as Benjamin Bland explores the importance of one hugely important punk album. What’s important is not just the fact that you make a lot of noise, but also the way you make it…

Music vs Noise 02: Drone in Popular Music

Yes, the drone has infiltrated everything we love… – by Benjamin Bland

Music vs Noise 01: Why Drone is Music’s Ultimate Art Form

In the first edition of a new column exploring ideas of musical experimentalism, Benjamin Bland expresses his passionate belief that drone lies at the forefront of boundary breaking music…

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