Toneshift presents Top Three of 2018

THE TONESHIFT TOP THREE: Though we managed to crank out more than four-hundred reviews in 2018, there were certain releases that broke the highest of expectations, or came in from left field here at Toneshift headquarters. Instead of another boring Top 10 list we decided to be extremely shrewd in our curation and pare down to those rare records that hit us in that sweet spot between the ears. All of our contributors, including our newest member, have offered their very Top Three choice recordings of 2018, and it turns out to be a truly diverse selection of unexpected earcandy. … Continue reading Toneshift presents Top Three of 2018

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KE I TE KI by Akio Suzuki & Aki Onda

Akio Suzuki & Aki Onda | KE I TE KI Room40 (CD/DL) Review by Giuseppe Pisano When we talk about music we often tend to talk about time. The way a composer manages and builds structures over time. But sound is as much depending on space as it is related to time, everything from room acoustics to the way weather influences the qualities of sound in a radical way and taking such considerations into account this has become a crucial set of elements in the aesthetics of many modern day composers. In KE I TE KI, Akio Suzuki and Aki … Continue reading KE I TE KI by Akio Suzuki & Aki Onda

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Interview with Fabio Perletta of 901 Editions

We are talking with Italian sound/installation artist Fabio Perletta today. Aside from his own work he is also an active curator and label runner for the now defunct Farmacia901 and the upcoming launch, now on Kickstarter (18 Days Left), of 901 Editions. It’s an exciting prospect, to launch a completely new imprint, and Perletta does it with a keen eye on diverse international makers. We talked about the launch, his work and more. Toneshift/TJ Norris: Hello Fabio, how are things where you are right now? Speaking of which, where is that, Berlin? And where are you originally from? Fabio Perletta: … Continue reading Interview with Fabio Perletta of 901 Editions

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