Music

With the reissue of their eponymous debut album, revisiting the career of legendary Berlin art project / punk band Die Tödliche Doris

Phillip Sollmann’s latest composition pays homage to three distinct and unconventional instrument makers

Recent rereleases from new-age music's 1970s and '80s heyday speak to current social anxieties

Samson Young's multidisciplinary work confronts the ways in which sound can both transcend borders and enforce them

A series of installations and a new LP from artist, composer and percussionist Eli Keszler

Included in CTM Festival in Berlin, musician Guillermo Galindo discusses the instruments he builds from the discarded belongings of migrants

Batiste Safont, photographer unknown. Courtesy: Wikipedia Commons

From modern art as a torture technique to transgression in grime: what to read this weekend

Dan Fox pays tribute to the life and work of a writer, theorist, cultural commentator, and friend, who passed away last week

From the perversity of suburbia to the politics of partying: what to read this weekend

Alison Knowles and Pauline Oliveros, Brahms was a two-penny harlot, c.1970, postcard

From Beethoven's lesbianism to the precarious foundations of political philosophy: what to read this weekend

Geeta Dayal looks back on the life of US composer Pauline Oliveros, including reflections from, amongst others, Terry Riley and Morton Subotnick

Composer Jennifer Walshe's imaginary Irish avant-garde