Essays

The poet, musician, composer and actor Andraz Polič writes about the elusiveness of the field between sound, noise and silence, filled with memory and the need for eavesdropping. »If we want anything in us and around us to speak or tune in, we need to shut up first!«READ MORE →

“It seems to be the case that it is only the freely improvised music of the last half a century that has decisively separated improvisational activity from composition making. This is on the one hand the result of giving up the idioms that connect improvised music with the act of composition.”READ MORE →

“The music on this double CD album is either extremely modern or immensely old. The basis for the material is sound. It is not music mainstream opinion recognizes. However, if we think of music as sounds organized by human beings then this truly qualifies as music.”READ MORE →