Forsaking traditional live music structures, Shadow Ray follows more artistic practices in order to explore the limits of studio composition
Band interviews, album reviews, sound art installations and video premieres from artists that work with sound
Musical aficionado Andreas Pallisgaard takes his years of collaborative expertise and compiles them together of his recent solo album, ‘Easy Listening for the Hearing Impaired.’
One year after artist/musician Per Bloch hit the scene with an album that defied logic, he’s back at the workbench remaking it into something even stranger.
In the third installment of the Former Commodity series, we see the exploration of the minute spaces between idea and execution.
Reconnecting to see how his sound and artistic take on music composition has evolved, I look at Sebastian Hvass‘ new album ‘Nightlife.’
Artist Claus Haxholm crafts a collection of work that explores the sculptural, auditory, and experiential as a part of an ongoing exhibition with Former Commodity and Sensorisk Verden
Launching a collaborative exhibition series with Former Commodity #1, Alexander Holm debuts his new album under the pseudonym Jonathan Pyon.
Talking with Danish musician Sebastian Hvass about throwing out all the rules regarding how to compose music, and finding more interesting paths.