Spring 2018

issue # 130

Sound notes

First-place winner, Musicworks’ 2017 Electronic Music Composition contest

ERIK INGALLS’ “THE GRAVITY OF PLIM”

The glitchy, vaguely dystopian composition constructed from manipulated vocals is almost widespread enough now to warrant its own genre tag. Laurie Anderson is, of course, its foremother. [...]

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First-place Winner, Musicworks 2017 Sonic Geography Writing Contest

INA ČIUMAKOVA'S “PLAYGROUNDS”

Childhood has no single place,  no secret garden, no single carousel to ride on, nor tree branch to fall from: just hours, that slip away, so similar to [...]

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Label Profile: Redshift Records

THE UNIVERSE IS EXPANDING

We won’t go into the details—because, frankly, we don’t understand them—but in astronomy a redshift is a way to measure an object’s placement in space, and its [...]

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Features

What's Inside Musicworks 130 - Spring 2018

Musicworks turns 40 this year. It’s been quite a journey from the DIY newsprint tabloid published in 1978 to Musicworks 130—our first-ever full-colour issue! Buy[...]

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