Alex Cobb is a gentleman behind the experimental act Taiga Remains from Cincinnati, OH. Over the past few years he has developed a signature sound that blurs the line between blissed-out guitar work and atonal, blown-out dirges. Alex Cobb never sits still; Taiga Remains is always moving forward, searching out new ideas and sounds.
Husbands comes out in late October and will probably appeal to fans of WZT Hearts (obviously) and to those who enjoy some of our more recent avant-releases like Mountains, Lithops, David Daniell and Douglas McCombs and Lokai.
Originally from rural New England, United States and now living in New Mexico, United States, William Fowler Collins (b. 1974) is a musician whose work explores and synthesizes both musical and extra-musical elements. His work has been described as a cinematic fusion of dark ambient, noise and black metal musics.
Bérangère Maximin (born 7 December 1976 in Lyon, France) is a French acousmatic composer.
Maximim studied electroacoustic composition with Denis Dufour at Conservatoire national de région de Perpignan until 1999.
over the past few years, emuul has released a string of cassettes from some of the most influential labels in the underground (stunned, digitalis, anathema sound, monorail trespassing, sweat lodge guru, avant archive).
Superstorms, a new solo project by ex-Tusco Terror/sometimes Trouble Books member Michael Tolan, is born out of creative impulses that are simultaneously subversive of and sensitively attuned to their musical lineage(s).
Nova Scotian Arms is the name of the musical solo project of Grant Evans. Evans was born in Johnson City, Tennessee in 1985. He currently resides and records in LaGrange, Georgia. He and his wife play together as Quiet Evenings and run the Hooker Vision label.