Strategic Tape Reserve Label Mix on I Heart Noise

If you’re not yet familiar with the weird and wonderful world of Strategic Tape Reserve, I Heart Noise has a label mix up to introduce you to your new favorite ferric cassette architect. Features some of my favorites like moduS ponY & VLK, qualchan, HAWN, and Whettman Chelmets, plus my contribution to the 2019 compilation Shopland World: Music for a Discovery Park of Miniature Supermarkets. Check out the article on I Heart Noise and the mix on Mixcloud or below:

concertzender Electronic Frequencies

Thanks to Kirk Markarian, aka Neuro… No Neuro, for including my song “Voyeur” on a recent episode of Electronic Frequencies, broadcast by Dutch radio Concertzender. Check out the program on their website to hear goodies by Distant Fires Burning, Petridisch, Radboud Mens, Burial Grid, Darren McClure, Michael Peters & Fabio Anile, and Autistici.

I Heart Noise Review

Beautifully written and insightful review of Farewell, Doomed Planet! up on I Heart Noise thanks to F.J. Dominguez Pennock:

“…an ethereal collection of songs framed around a familiar compositional ethos, but this time around, with an additional no holds barred urgency regarding the environmental state of our planet. And while most releases centered around dystopian futures usually only prophesize about possible catastrophic possibilities, Kelly’s music and imagery on ‘Farewell, Doom Planet!’ stand out because it places the listener directly in an environmentally tortured future that’s already here.”

Read the full review over on the blog!

Voyeur on YIKIS

Yeah I Know It Sucks has outdone themselves again by reviewing the entire I Heart Noise Spring Compilation, with these kind words to say about my contribution “Voyeur:”

“Always impressive wherever the work of this artist pops up, Voyeur doesn’t go under the reader unnoticed as well. A full on deranged feeling of music that is dense and all over the colorful audio spectrum. Beautifully designed, moving, innovating and scarily surreal like a short story of uncomfortable creepiness in which Elizabeth goes into the mind of a voyeur and channels the findings through excellent music.”

Read the entire review over at Yeah I Know It Sucks!