Art&Culture

Music, Contemporary Art, Interviews, Creative writing.

Pictish Trail / The Moth Club

A spotlight on Pictish Trail's concert at the The Moth Club, London.
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Shumon Basar / Extreme Present

Shumon Basar is a British writer,  a co-author of such masterpieces as
'The Extreme Self and The Age of Earthquakes: A Guide to the Extreme Present". Curator of quite a few projects at Fondazione Prada. Artist and editor. In conversation with Maria Abramenko.
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Sheet Noise / Life on the line

London based artist & musician, the low-key man behind legendary rare content Instagram page Sheet Noise in conversation with Maria Abramenko, along with a special selection of tracks for our latest Soundscapes release.
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Ambra Castagnetti / Transformative bodies

Ambra Castagnetti, the youngest artist at the main pavilion of the 59th Venice Biennale in conversation with Maria Abramenko before her upcoming group show at Mamoth Gallery in London.
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Argon Audio / Sound deliverance

A spotlight on FORTE A4 MK2 active speakers by Danish sound excellence Argon Audio.
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Michael Gira / Through my veins

A spotlight on one of the originators of the alternative music scene, constantly shifting through musical genres, Michael Gira. American singer-songwriter, musician, author and artist. The main force behind the legendary Swans, The Angels of Light and founder of Young God Records.
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Sama’ AbdulHadi / Sound Escape

In conversation with Sama’ AbdulHadi, the Palestinian DJ delves into the controversies about being a global artist and at the same time profoundly attached to her origins, supporting her heritage’s music scene. Coming along with a selection of some of her preferred tracks of the moment by some of her favorite producers for our latest Soundscapes release.
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Richie Culver / Activist language

British conceptual artist in conversation with Camilla Di Pasquale.
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Anne Imhof / Technology identities

Anne Imhof’s Avatar II is a new solo show which utilises all 4 floors of London’s Sprueth Magers to create its ambiguous and voyeuristic world.
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Exposures: Angelo Badalamenti

In light of the recent death of the film composer Angelo Badalamenti, we are taking a look back at some of his most remarkable pieces made as part of his life-long working relationship with director and writer David Lynch.
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All quiet on the Western front

On censorship and cancel culture in the European fashion capital.
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Uffe Isolotto / The unlimited outbreeding

The artist representing the Danish pavilion at the Venice Biennale this year in conversation with Camilla Di Pasquale.
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Petr Davydtchenko / Untitled (2022)

Russian born performance artist unveils new radical work in Paris
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Petulia Mattioli / The Same and the Other

A spotlight on Petulia Mattioli’s new exhibit “The Same and the Other” at the Pocko Gallery, London.
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Ohii Katya / Metamorphosis

In conversation with Ohii Katya, the artist who combines performance, sculpture, and installation diving into the dark and gloomy process of metamorphosis. Exploring the practices, she evokes the subconscious and the spiritual transforming it into a tangible and moving dimension.
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No Land’s Man / Kendall Geers

The Plague is Me: Une vie de détournements, Kendell Geers’ new retrospective at Galerie Eric Mouchet in Paris
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UNI and The Urchins / Simulator

Charlotte Kemp Muhl and Jack James of UNI and The Urchins in a mind-blowing conversation on the occasion of their "Simulator" official music video out today directed by Charlotte together with a very special Nasty Soundscapes release curated for us by Jack himself.
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Lust for Interaction & other Secret Desires / Rebecca Horn

A spotlight on Rebecca Horn. Her work has been the subject of various solo exhibitions at Centre Pompidou, Tate Modern, the Gropius Bau, the Whitechapel Gallery, the Irish Museum of Modern Art, the Neue Nationalgalerie, and the Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow. She achieved fame in 1972 as the youngest participant in the epochal Documenta 5 with the title Individual Mythologies - curated by Harald Szeemann. Recently, she has participated the Venice Biennale (2022) and her work has sold six figures at auction.
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Sheet Noise / Life on the line

London based artist & musician, the low-key man behind legendary rare content Instagram page Sheet Noise in conversation with Maria Abramenko, along with a special selection of tracks for our latest Soundscapes release.
Art&Culture | Soundscapes
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Michael Gira / Through my veins

A spotlight on one of the originators of the alternative music scene, constantly shifting through musical genres, Michael Gira. American singer-songwriter, musician, author and artist. The main force behind the legendary Swans, The Angels of Light and founder of Young God Records.
Art&Culture | Soundscapes
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Sama’ AbdulHadi / Sound Escape

In conversation with Sama’ AbdulHadi, the Palestinian DJ delves into the controversies about being a global artist and at the same time profoundly attached to her origins, supporting her heritage’s music scene. Coming along with a selection of some of her preferred tracks of the moment by some of her favorite producers for our latest Soundscapes release.
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Soundscapes vol.122 | Ankkh

A glimpse into the world of Italian DJ & performance duo ANKKH who’s techno sets are influenced by their training in performance and visual art, with highlights of cyberpunk and hyper pop resulting in an underground captivating experience.
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Soundscapes vol.121 | Quelza

Berlin-based music electronic music producer Quelza brings us a playlist that he calls “a multi-genre sound exploration”. A list of tracks where he finds inspiration nowadays.
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Soundscapes vol.120 | Daniel Heinrich

Current favorites from Berlin born DJ and producer Daniel Heinrich, co-founder of the record label INHERIT. A selection to switch off and enjoy at home or for any dancefloor as the energy is suitable for wild nights, from groove to loopy productions these tracks are showcasing the beauty of techno.
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