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Category Ambient


signature deathbed lineturning it in, to sharpen and hideefficient setting powder run cryin’smouldering bone-brush, Gyeahwisp of translucent powderatop, transparent puffy ritualsa dry symbol exfoliates a wet word(…let me up)smoky multitasking gazestrokes, resists gold metallic mistfine-tuned, monstrous dewy glowmore than gravity… Continue Reading →


Crews have been quick to respond with a full range of measures. Following a complaint posted late on Tuesday evening, crews began printing hotel door hangers on Wednesday: Printed door hangers aren’t just for hotels – lots of our community… Continue Reading →

Gobsmacked at the Value of Money

Easy to unpack and get straight to the turn on stage Reviewed on 13 May 2020 by Reviewer ranking#6,024,048 An unforgettable journey of my life towards knowledge. I find the respect from this controller to be genuine. Versatility, build quality… Continue Reading →

Neoflagellants on L’étranger

  L’étranger broadcasts every possible Tuesday 21h00 – 22h00 (CET) on Radio Panik 105.4FM. A relational outburst. Scrambling fluxional artcore, weird paper chewing savants, occulture whispers … Lined up to be scrambled with interjections and overlays from portable short-wave radio… Continue Reading →


Exploit.zzxjoanw.Gen is an audio zine, a collection if vagrant sonic fictions. It will be available to purchase for £30 as a USB device designed by Plastique Fantastique, or as a free digital download from the Collective and Punctum Records websites, as… Continue Reading →


Noise with Torsten Lauschmann, Dr. Martin Parker, Dr. Robert Dow and Dr. Neil Mulholland Noise happens … in music, in art, in life. Composers, artists and performers join together to discuss sound and hearing across creative practices that recognise sound… Continue Reading →

Beyond the Object: Design in the Cloud

If you’re in Glasgow come to my guest lecture today: Beyond the Object: Design in the Cloud Barnes Lecture Theatre, Glasgow School of Art, Thursday 4th March 2pm Mar 4, 2010

Mash-ups have been common in turntable culture since the early days of hip-hop in the 1970s. Peer-to-peer filesharing combined with open source audio and video mixing software accelerated rise of mash-up culture from the late ‘ 90s, spawning a whole… Continue Reading →

Dans l’air du Soir – Notes on Ambient Art

“The world is full of objects, more or less interesting; I do not wish to add any more. I prefer, simply, to state the existence of things in terms of time and place.’’ Douglas Huebler (1970) The dematerialisation of art… Continue Reading →

Awfully Good

Also at As a title for this exhibition, an oxymoron perfectly encapsulates the understated dynamics of its subject matter: light.   The scene it sets is expressive rather than representative; it shape-shifts. The scene it sets is definitely possible…. Continue Reading →

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