A dark, sprawling collaboration found at the intersection between the two musicians.
The project follows Harris’ previous album as Grouper, 2018’s Grid of Points.
A second, “more meditative” LP titled, Pyroclasts, is out later this year.
Rutger Zuydervelt found inspiration in Polyphonic choir music and a life-changing trip to Taipei.
The time’s never been better than now to take a deeper dive into the world of metal.
“Intimate” effort arrives next month via Kranky.
The Haxan Cloak remixes Father John Misty’s “Things It Would Have Been Helpful to Know Before the Revolution”: Stream
An eerie reimagining from the Björk and HEALTH producer.
After more than a year, Portishead’s Geoff Barrow revives his experimental project.
On her fourth LP, the experimental noise act makes a call for empathy with sedative drone.
Planning for Burial sets a course for self-destruction on chaotic new single “Somewhere in the Evening” — listen
One-man metal project’s forthcoming album, Below the House, due out March 10th.
Pelican’s Trevor de Brauw unleashes new solo song “From the Black Soil Poetry and Song Sprang” — listen
A sprawling preview of the post metal veteran’s forthcoming solo LP.
Surprise 7-inch Paradise Valley follows 2014’s Ruins LP.