Remute’s Unity album looks glorious on Game Boy Advance, in art and music

Vinyl is getting near-impossible to produce and ship; digital is a mess. CDs are – sorry, just not a good format.* Game Boy cartridges seem better than ever. And Remute makes them look and sound so damned good.

Synthesized Sounds of the Sea explores the undersea world of synthesizers

It all starts with a lounge track and field recordings of hermit crabs. Each track in this new outing by Tomer Baruch comes with gorgeous shots from underwater, so go full Jacques Costeau and fire up the hi-fi and a nice screen.

Peter Kirn - July 21, 2022

“Singing Daxophone” makes incredible eerie quasi-vocals out of an experimental instrument

The “daxophone” is a new acoustic instrument invented in the 80s. Its creator was a German typographer. It’s name is derived from “badger.” It sounds like an half-human, half-alien vocal. And virtuoso Kazuhisa Uchihashi has been able to coax a whole album out of it – with jaw-dropping results.

Peter Kirn - July 8, 2022

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