Breadwoman & Other Tales are the collected recordings of a language arising. It is the sound and document of Anna Homler divining speech, lyrical fragments, and melody for music composed, mixed, and engineered by Steve Moshier.
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An Evolutionary Music (Original Recordings: 1972 - 1979) compiles unreleased recordings from the archives of multiversal artist Ariel Kalma. Concerned as much with musicality as spiritual facility, Kalma’s work vibrates aside fellow travelers along the great rainbow in curved air of the 1970s avant-garde. Directed by Matthew McGuigan
For the tenth volume of RVNG's FRKWYS series, composer, percussionist and sound designer David Van Tieghem alongside ten younger artists from across the avant spectrum become a bulletin of Fits & Starts. Directed by Jordan Kinle
Inspired by Buddhist tales and set to the tune of Pauline Anna Strom’s astral electronic soundscapes; Ether Antenna is a short film following the journey of some 10 robot characters through Nepal. Fusing spirituality with robotics this cybernetic tale exploits humanity’s fascination with technology and religion. Designed and built on residency at RAN (the Robotics Association of Nepal), all robot characters were developed to act sp...Read More
Few Traces surveys a near decade of Mark Renner’s scarcely released and unreleased material from 1982 to 1990, embracing and evoking the timelessness of his artistic statement: a wordless translation of the individual’s musical experience, met with the poetic expression of being here. Mark Renner first encountered punk while a teenager in Upperco, a country town in rural Maryland. Growing up on his family farm, he became a young ac...Read More
Formed in 2013, RVNG Intl. has consistently released compelling sounds in the form of extravagant reissues, daring new signings and rising avant-garde stars.
"Syrupy, space-case dance music” from electronic duo Blondes.
Producer on The Ramones and Suicide’s debut albums during the downtown NY zeitgeist of the late 1970.
Sixties psych, Shoegaze, and ’90s indie come together in the music of folk-pop artist Dylan Moon.
The ‘intuitive gesture’ of action painting in drum form from Greg Fox.
The sonic world Helado Negro builds an aura vivid enough to be seen.
Seattle based avant garde and experimental musician K. Leimer.
“intertwined etymologies of spirit and breath” from RVNG Intl.'s Ka Baird.
Minimal electronic abstraction and '80s Japanese-inspired pop from Kate NV.
Former geotechnical engineer Lucrecia Dalt's experimental compositions.
Cellist Oliver Coates's "ambient braindance" compositions.
RVNG Intl’s 2019 release "Becoming Peter Ivers" collects 25 songs transferred from a survey of over 500 reels and cassettes along with an incredible amount of unseen photos and ephemera.
Latvian composer and artist Sign Libra's Sea of Islands and Sea Of Nectar.
Composer Tashi Wada's “ancient and futuristic" compositions with his father.
Generative tools and software-based sonics from duo Visible Cloaks.
Sunergy brings together synthesists Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith and Suzanne Ciani for the thirteenth installment of FRKWYS, RVNG Intl.’s intergenerational collaboration series. For this edition, a panorama of the Pacific Coast provides the place and head space for a musical appreciation and consideration of a life-giving form vast and volatile with change.
Sunshine Soup, directed by multitalented designers / artists Misha Hollenbach and Johann Rashid, is a non-linear film keyed to the outer-boundary music created by Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe & Ariel Kalma Hollenbach and Rashid captured extensive footage surrounding the recording of We Know Each Other Somehow. Using handheld HD and 8 mm cameras, they later processed the images with a Fairlight Computer Video Instrument (CVI). With its r...Read More