Interviews


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Sound, Space, and Play: an interview with Jessica ...

Jessica Curry is an English composer and co-director (together with Dan Pinchbeck) of videogame studio The Chinese Room. Like many people, I first became familiar with her work through the award-winning soundtrack for the game Dear Esther, an experimental attempt to tell a ghost story in an interactive medium. [...] Jessica is currently working on the soundtrack for the studio's upcoming game Everybody's Gone to the Rapture. In a recent email conversation, we discussed her background, current works, and some thoughts on the relationship between space, sound, and play.


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The Floating World and the Wood Beyond

The Floating World is the main artistic project of Amanda Votta, specialising in flute-based ambient music with dark and mysterious undertones. Starting as a solo flute project with its first releases eight years ago, it has since attracted numerous collaborators on various instruments and, occasionally, spoken word. Recent albums The Apparition and We Hunted have appeared on Cyclic Law and Reverb Worship, respectively, and this label attention will hopefully propel Votta's music into a wider audience. Her latest album, The Wood Beyond the World, is just out on Eclipse, the subsidiary label of Cyclic Law. [...] The interview below is the result of an email conversation I had with Amanda. My intention was not just to give her the opportunity to tell us a bit about the history of The Floating World, but also to get her to delve a bit deeper into literary and art history, a topic I know she enjoys. As you'll see, those promises were fulfilled, as Amanda has a lot to say on the subject.




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Interview: Dirk Serries

This inter­view was mainly con­ducted in Feb­ruary 2009, on the night of the Tone­float fest­ival in Para­diso, […]


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Interview: Sand Snowman

Inter­view by O.S. & D.M.K.; All images prop­erty of Sand Snowman. London-based musi­cian and com­poser Sand Snowman has […]