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Mathias Josefson is a sound-artist from Stockholm, Sweden, and currently attending the Royal University College Of Fine Arts. His main project is Moljebka Pvlse, which is an experimental music group that works with both electronic and acoustic instruments, as well as with field recordings and found sounds. The music is often dark and haunting, consisting of minimal soundscapes built by layered drones.
Over the years, Moljebka Pvlse has released over a dozen full length albums on many different labels, for example Drone Records, Taâlem, Greytone, Some Place Else, Gears of Sand, Fifth Week Records, Mystery Sea, Cold Meat Industry, Fin De Siècle Media, Segerhuva and Topheth Prophet. Performing live is of great importance, and to this...
claudio rocchetti: inside the body of sound
The work of Claudio Rocchetti is a deep plunge into thick sound, investigating its innermost workings. Using a variety of devices such as turntables, audio cassettes, samplers, radios, and microphones, often incorporating other objects and traditional instruments, Berlin-based Rocchetti builds compelling structures that employ sound as sheer matter, mass, and impact. “I have a very direct approach to sound, trying to act on instruments and devices,” he says.
The tarry, mesmerizing hues that characterize his “music objects” are grounded in layers of sound detritus, as in his 2003 solo albums, The Work Called Kitano, on Bar La Muerte, and But Speak Fair Words, on S’Agita. Th...