Tag Archives: Sarah Hughes

January 12

The NOW now 2014 – Group Show launch (Festival Review)

If 2013 told us anything about experimental music, it is that it is getting more and more difficult to pin modalities and ‘completed’ product down, according to fashion, region or technology. If 2013 saw the rise of text as a movement that is simultaneously a step closer and further away from the sound, it also […]

Droplets – Dominic Lash moving sound around

The liner notes in Droplets,┬áconceived┬áby Dominic Lash tells us of a group formed by Lash specifically to focus on performance of works by the Wandelweiser collective. This floating group of musicians will be known as The Set Ensemble, and relate primarily through a shared interest in the work of Alain Badiou who deployes mathematical set […]

The Cat from Cat Hill – Loris. Music that meanders through my subterranean caverns.

Deep inside my capacity for music listening is a vast potential for horizonal expansion with the texture of cyber-like plasticity. Separate from the music that now inhabits it, or rather tries to inhabit, is the space for music. Long before the music presented itself, something inside me – god, evolution or an expanding to nowhere […]

David Dunn | Patrick Farmer and Sarah Hughes – Bees and Ducks and Sound

I can’t give you sound bites to these two amazing (amazing amazing amazing) pieces of music but the downloads are very cheap and well worth the investment. The Compost and Height Split Series are a group of recordings coupled in with another recording. Compost and height carry a lot of interesting sound music. This series […]