Ideologic

Ideologic

Stephen O’Malley

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Posted: Sep 21, 2010

"Merriwinkle"
Endresen/Wallumrod/Sten

"When Christian Wallumrød and I started the recording of "Merriwinkle" in 2002, we had never played together before. We had listened to each other´s music for many years - and had talked a lot about music in general - so we were pretty well updated on each other´s musical orientation. We also knew that we both wanted to work with free improvisation.

For the past 15 years I have worked with improvisation in many forms. It has been an intergral part of my last...

in i-D magazine

Posted: Sep 20, 2010

SOMA & SYLVIA FARAGO
as photographed by Nick Knight
http://www.i-donline.com/gallery/nick-knight
http://www.nickknight.com/

GRAVETEMPLARS in Melbourne

Posted: Sep 16, 2010

TUESDAY OCTOBER 26, 2010. doors from 8.00pm
GRAVETEMPLARS - STEPHEN O'MALLEY (SUNN 0)), KHANATE, KTL), OREN AMBARCHI & MATT SKITZ SANDERS with MARCO FUSINATO (SOLO)
$20.00 + $2.90 BF = $22.90 online presales

The only Aussie show from this punishing psychedelic trio featuring Stephen O'Malley of Sunn 0))/Khanate and Aussies Oren Ambarchi & Matt 'Skitz' Sanders will be held at The Toff on Tuesday October 26. Expect a total attack helicopter of experimental improvised death drones with zero posturi...

HAINO KEIJI & PAN SONIC double vinyl

Posted: Sep 10, 2010

THIS IS AN AMAZING ALBUM! Highly recommended. I know Im severely biased towards both of these artists but this is a véritable joyau noir.

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HAINO KEIJI & PAN SONIC
"Synergy between mercy and self-annihilation overturned" 2LP
PTYT 043

Recorded only days after their performance together in Berlin that resulted in the powerful and haunting live album “ Shall I download a black hole and offer it to you?”.
“In The Studio” is a more controlled, even tense, affair. Where the partic...

SLEEP @ Brooklyn Masonic Temple 8th Sept 2011

Posted: Sep 10, 2010

Was super fortunate to witness the mighty SLEEP twice in the past week, after all of these years (being a fan since 20 years). They frankly satisfied & brought a huge grin and sore neck to this old disciple. Greg and I were laughing about the numerous approaches and riffs we've inquired from them over the years. They are the missing link to Sabbath for our generation. Hail!

The Best of Two Bands at All Tomorrow’s Parties

Posted: Sep 6, 2010

From NYTIMES.COM

September 6, 2010, 2:06 PM
The Best of Two Bands at All Tomorrow’s Parties
By BEN RATLIFF

MONTICELLO, N.Y. — Altar is the project-name of the American duo Sunn O))) and the Japanese trio Boris, convened in front of five enormous stacks of amplifiers. By the end of its show Sunday night at All Tomorrow’s Parties, it had grown to 10 members; a singer, Jesse Sykes, drifted in and drifted out. There were no rhythms, just drum beats that ended before they really started, like arreste...