“Headphonica” (Used 23 times)
headphonica on 02/02/2015 at 09:10AM
thank you so much for waiting so long.
The silence is carefully filled with soundwaves.
Ana Bogner - Multiple Proportions [hpcd108]
And then, all of a sudden, as if the storm came to an end, the room became silent. One heard a silent rattling reminding us of sundering thoughts, but still the room was silent. There was a roar of anepia around us, a shaft of light above the horizon starting to scream. Then we lay, floated, lay again on the constantly shapeshifting floor, being held by contemplation’s grip. Bridges formed, ruptures yawned, their mouthes, wide open at first, slowly closing (this is the work of our scars set in motion). There are monsters in that soul, waiting for you. The spiral repulsed, and the waves broke against the rock, untiredly seeping further towards the Nothing of this world. You’ll be found by waves which pass through everything, and if you dare to follow them, you’ll find entropy. But not an entropy of loudness, no. An entropy sketched and betokened, an entropy enmeshing and unwinding. And all of this in a feedback of reciprocity, freed from the hierarchy of a predetermined approach. It repeats and remains non-identical to itself. Since I built it in my mind i know: they haven‘t built the city we need. The room was filled with sound, but still the room was silent.
2015 will be a bit louder for us, for headphonica, for you.
Lezet prepared a great compilation - as to name one highlight.
But LEO dictionary told me: Don't cross your bridges before you come to them.
So let us please our ears with the musci of Ana Bogner.
This release is a friendly collaboration with the relativ kollektiv from Leipzig/Germany.
We are looking forward to a long lasting friendship. ;)
dvd on 08/07/2012 at 01:00PM
Björn & Gorden have been releasing their Post-Rock tunes under the Headphonica label for a couple years, with each album moving into new musical territories. Their latest release Autumnica leans heavily to the electronica side, providing a depth and ambience that works in harmony with sparse post-rock guitar sounds. Add in a little vocoder and hey, you've got yourself the perfect soundtrack for sitting in the corner of your empty white-washed loft and staring at the exposed girders above.
FMAmp3 on 04/10/2012 at 01:00PM
Aoiroooasamusi is Ryosuke Sone from Japan. Citing influences from Dead Can Dance to Lhasa, she composes repetitive dreamworld music with organic voice, rhythmic samples and experimental electronics.
"Rattan Chair" comes from Aoiroooasamusi's Headphonica release Root of Sorrow. It is built around the deviating patterns of what sounds like a gamelan, the slight variations bringing focus to her story (in Japanese) of "the legendary insect and boy" according to the version posted on youtube.
Listen to the full album here, available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.
douglasawh on 07/14/2011 at 12:30PM
In our interview with Bad Panda Records hear Claudio's plans for world domination and check out the tunes with which he plans to do it. You can check out more of the "bad" music on their FMA curator page.
You'll also hear some discussion of German football favorites St. Pauli as well as Italian giants Juventus and AS Roma.
If you're a curator that releases music under a remixable CC license and would like to set up an interview, drop us a line here, on facebook or leave us a voicemail at (512) 686-6329.