Cultural engineer, merry prankster, wrecker of civilization, musical pioneer.
Three pilots. A recipe. A construction manual. Machine. Apparatus.
The Attic spoke with bassist Moppa Elliott of the jazz quartet Mostly Other People Do the Killing.
Welcome to the lush world of Rodion Roșca, a tamer of sounds.
Four people on a round table, trying a suit of Turkish delicacies.
An extended look over the Outernational condition of a shapeless world that has been developing at the periphery of the International sphere.
I met Adrian Enescu, one of the first Romanian electronic music composers who started in the early '70, when Romania was swimming hardly in the communist regime.
Five young guys came together after many years of jamming and decided to pull all resources in two different studios around Bucharest. They named the band Steaua de Mare.