Belgrade-based artist Zhe Pechorin makes her Noir Age debut with “Signs,” a seasoned burrow below the soils of contemplation, suspended synths swaying with the ether, against a backdrop of nothingness. An ancient touch navigating the waters of uncertainty, restrained to six sonic moments. Cavernous reverberations carried away by passing strangers. Signs of our times. Blended frequencies consume.
Beginning with Aemae and now working under his own name, Brandon Nickell has spent the last decade taking cues from nearly all generations of analog and digital sound development and shaping them [...]
Edition of 50 Kelly Green tapes wrapped in an oversize monochrome Risograph cocoon with a newsprint insert containing literature about the Thunderbolt ghost + souvenirs from the surrounding area. [...]
This sophomore release by taupe set xl for Noir Age sees Miami-based artist and hypnosis practitioner Kristen Soller emerge from the tranquil ocean expanse to glide amongst the inner planets. Her [...]
2nd edition ‘Noise’ as it has come to be known has reached an apex. Or perhaps more accurately, has surpassed its apex. The forms, traditions, and expectations inherent in abstract sound design / [...]
Josh Landes (Limbs Bin) first release under his own moniker, and not the latter. An unmasking of a somehow familiar character, Provincial Electronics is a soliloquy for the burnt but still sharp. [...]