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"A magazine dedicated to art and design explorations into science and technology" CLOT Magazine is an online publishing and curational platform dedicated to art and science explorations. We aim to collect, display, broadcast and promote the crossover of Art, Science and Technology.
 
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With a selection of dark and deep cuts, the rising electronic music producer MINOS is presenting our next mixtape. The London-based, Italian/Colombian electro producer fuses complex synth-work with powerful harmonies. MINOS is a classically trained pianist, however her love for the dancefloor has naturally guided her into electronic production. Her…
 
Huma is the alias of Barcelona based experimental musician Andrés Satué. who is bringing our next mixtape instalment, following the release of his new EP Se van sus naves. We recently featured Huma ahead is release titled Emergence (Hedonic Reversal, 2021), a release that was an experiment in the irregular rhythmic, textural or physical qualities o…
 
Dalhous, the music project of Marc Dall and Alex Ander formed in Edinburgh, are bringing our next mixtape instalment, with a mix that will particularly please those with cinematographic inclinations. Dalhous have just returned after a 5-year hiatus with a long-awaited follow up to 2016's House Number 44, presenting the second volume of The Composit…
 
Our new mixtape comes from the Norwegian transcendent artist Kjetil Jerve and producer Stian Balducci with a recording specially crafter for CLOT Mag and getting inspiration from their more recent album.Tokyo Tapes: Piano Recycle, released on Dugnad Records in April 2021, is an epic archival collection fusing ambient, drone and experimentalist text…
 
The next mixtape instalment comes from the hand of one of the sound artists we have long followed and admired. Jana Winderen is contributing to the series with a mix inspired by one of her recent compositions, the track "Listener" which appears in the VA compilation Colliding Wind by Concentric Records. Jana Winderen is an artist and field recordis…
 
Our next mixtape instalment comes from Sara Berts, an Italian composer and sound artist. Sara’s work is saturated with elements from the natural world blending with electronics. She defines her music as a meeting ground, a place of active exchange between two bandwidths of reality, the visible world and its allusive aliveness of another order of be…
 
This new mixtape comes from Kosei Fukuda, the Japanese producer and sound artist, who shares his time between Tokyo and Berlin and who has prepared a deep listening hybrid DJ mix.Fukuda camo to the scene in the late 2010s, attracting the attention of Berghain resident Tobias Freund. Fukuda's sound delves into minimalistic narratives and dark atmosp…
 
Our new mixtape steems from recently launched journal-zine FOCUS On Sound, an anthology of scholarly articles and artist responses to the subject of sound. A one-shot issue featuring work by independent artists and articles by researchers and emerging scholars associated with different universities around the world, where each contributor has a dou…
 
The first mixtape of the year arrives with a label focus by Pointless Geometry, an independent label founded in 2015 by Justyna Banaszczyk (FOQL) and Darek Pietraszewski (aka VJ Copy Corp) in Warsaw, Poland.The label specialises in tape releases of experimental electronic, electroacoustic and dance-esque music as well as audiovisual projects on VHS…
 
Mixtape 23 sees Mexican artist Lorena Quintanilla crafting a selection of tunes to warm the late November afternoons.Originally for Guadalajara, the artist made a name for herself as one-half Lorelle Meets The Obsolete, a duo responsible for some of the most sonically adventurous psych experimentalism of recent times with a reputation for exception…
 
Next in our mixtape series comes with Prairie, the project of multi-instrumentalist and producer Marc Jacobs who has prepared a mix to submerge our minds into a semi-awake state, where senses are heightened and we experience sound and reality in a different way. Jacobs, with his Prairie output, has recently published a new album in Denovali Records…
 
The new mixtape comes from the hand of SPIME.Im, a Turin-based media art collective formed by Marco Casolati, Davide Tomat and Gabriele Ottino. Their practice that aims to investigate, through transmedia projects, the aesthetics and the languages derived from the affirmation of digital reality. The collective includes musicians, video makers, creat…
 
Ville Aalto is the Finnish sound artist and electronic musician presenting our 20th mixtape. Originally from Helsinki, Aalto has been working on a project called Avian Electronics for a few years now. The main focus of the project is creating and imitating birdsong with synths and it includes surround sound installations, sound art works and electr…
 
Pablo Casares is the artist taking up our next mixtape instalment. Born and bred in San Sebastian and holding a degree in philosophy and masters in science, technology and communication, Casares had a long trajectory in poetry and illustration before turning to synths and sound. Since then, he has tried to learn about the complex world of sound usi…
 
Just when London is basking in scorching temperatures, we turn away from our more abrasive electronics sounds to we bring you a new mixtape soothing as a fresh summer breeze by Dukes of Chutney. The transcontinental trio of Dustin Lynn, John Paul Jones, and Petra have been exploring the different spaces and places with their productions, between no…
 
Our next mixtape instalment comes by Temp-Illusion the Iranian experimental/electronic duo consisting of Shahin Entezami and Behrang Najafi.Formed in 2011 and mainly operating as a live act, temp-illusion use a wide range of music programs and hardware synthesizers in their music production to combine noisy and atmospheric layers with melodies and …
 
In this 16th mixtape volume, the Italian-born and Berlin-based experimental producer Andrea Taeggi has prepared a selection of sounds that inspired his last album Mycorrhiza (OOH-sounds, 2020), also including some recordings from the late Sanne van Hek, a dear friend of Taeggi and a great artist.Taeggi’s work is often categorised under the labels o…
 
For the 15th Mixtape volume Danish artist Minais B is takes us through a selection of inspirational music and a few demos from the making of Quiet Bloom, his second full-length album. Behind the moniker, we find Villads Klint, who is also well known for being part of the avant-pop trio KhalilH2OP and a collaborator of Copenhagen artists Astrid Sonn…
 
For the new mixtape polish electronic jazz duo Skalpel brings a selection of the main inspirations behind their music.Skalpel, originally from Wrocław are DJs, musicians and record producers, Marcin Cichy and Igor Pudło, who have been making music since the late nineties. Their musical style is a distinctive blend of local, traditional jazz inspira…
 
In our 13th instalment of the series, Japanese musician Yasuyuki Uesugi shares a 30 mins-long track specially produced for CLOT Magazine. Truths is a noise track that expresses the question of whether all the truth should be conveyed or how hidden it should be to live.Uesugi produces wall of sound kind of noise music, using almost a fully analogue …
 
The 12th Mixtape brings Hoshina anniversary with his mix Session 2.0, a rework of his most recent album, Odoriko, released on Alien Jams, the independent and superb record label run by Chloe Frieda.Based in Tokyo, Hoshina anniversary has been producing house and techno for the last five years, releasing on labels such as Turbo Recordings, Octopus R…
 
Our 9th Mixtape instalment brings Sorcery -the acclaimed electronic experimental drummer- with a very specially crafted mix: Manufactured Stimulus" - the unfolding of a surreal hyper narrative though music.Merlin Ettore (the man behind Sorcery) is a multifaceted creative: a highly skilled drummer, producer and also visual artist. With a long-establ…
 
For our 8th Mixtape, CLOT Magazine's editor Jacobo García has prepared a selection of the most relevant Spanish ambient and experimental sound artists and musicians from the 80s and 90s. Only a few years after the end of the fascist dictatorship, Spanish musical scene exploded, and every region started developing micro scenes mostly focused on rock…
 
For our seventh instalment, Sote, or Ata Ebtekar, one of the most prominent current Iranian composers and sound artists has prepared a mix inspired by Unsound Krakow's mix, SOLIDARITY. This theme will explore how music unites, both on a sonic level via its presence in a physical space or online, as well as culturally and politically, through scenes…
 
In our 6th Mixtape, Floating Spectrum is presenting a selection of music specially put together to resonate with our audience; music that utilizes data from our universe, such as sounds of two merging black holes, earthquake or planetary data sonification, and many otherworldly songs that take you through a peculiar journey.Floating Spectrum is the…
 
The fifth volume of our Mixtape series comes by Lost Few, the audio-visual project of Melbourne-based experimental artist David Thomson. For this Mix, he’s prepared a personal journey developing a sense of space and theme that reflect the contexts and emotions he tries and explores with his own work.Lost Few has just published his debut LP Between …
 
For our fourth instalment, Richard Skelton and Phantom Limb Publishing are bringing us a psychogeographical mix.British musician and sound artist Richard Skelton has been exploring the natural world, its cycles of life and decay and our relationship with landscape and human-constructed spaces with experimental atmospheres. Skelton has just publishe…
 
A new instalment of our Mixtape series with a psychedelic selection by the hand of Anatolian weapons.Athenian musician Aggelos Baltas has been producing music for almost a decade, with his Fantastikoi Hxoi project and the more recent Anatolian Weapons, this last one conceived as a way to bring together his influences in krautrock and EBM - two seem…
 
For our second Mixtape, experimental musician Zachary Paul has prepared a selection of novel approaches to string instruments. Zachary Paul is a violinist and composer interested in perception, the transportive nature of long durations, and trance states. His work explores the contrast between stasis and movement and questions the possibility of de…
 
New series of mixtapes specially created for CLOT Magazine. The first instalment comes from Phantom Limb and Dylan Henner: Alternating Microsound with Film Score a mixtape. Both of these categories of music acknowledge environment. In film score, a soundtrack is part of worldbuilding; it is a key part of the film universe, part of its reality. Micr…
 
The Zero Gravity Band is an immersive installation of light and sound 360º that tries to induce sensations of zero gravity and an exhibition of prototypes and instruments designed to create arts and music in conditions of zero gravity and smart space suits. The project is produced by Fundació Quo Artis, a non-profit organisation that seeks connecti…
 
Technological research, design, art, industry and business with a strong focus on future trends were the central axis of Sónar+D 2017. This year’s edition of Marketlab returned to the large public area in Sónar+D and put its center on music technology from both creation and experimentation point of view. There we were able to discover new tendencie…
 
Machine learning - a method of data analysis that automates analytical model building or the science of getting computers to act without being explicitly programmed- is having a growing impact on our everyday lives: from practical speech recognition, effective web search, vastly improved understanding of the human genome to first prototypes of self…
 
Joe Davies is one of the seminal figures in Biomedia. His work has shocked and polarised the artistic community while at the same time laying the foundations for a new artistic discipline.The artist is a research affiliate in the Department of Biology at MIT and his research and art include work in the fields of molecular biology, bioinformatics, a…
 
Harm van den Dorpel is a Berlin-based dutch conceptual artist regarded a key figure in post-internet art movement. Alongside with other contemporaries, they developed a new way of exploring technology, digital footprints and social networks. He was at Unsound Krakow 2016 bringing the visual element to Lexachast, a project by Bill Kouligas and Amnes…
 
Marcel Weber better know as MFO is a renowned German lighting and visual artist. Marcel has been creating and directing audiovisual performances, installations, and video works since 2001. His work has a very distinctive aesthetic concerned with memory and perception, it highlights the architectural elements of performance spaces with powerful expe…
 
The American experimental electronic duo Matmos are M.C. Schmidt and Drew Daniel. Both artists are the main core of the outfit but they are frequently joined by other musicians and an array of domestic gadgets.Currently based in Baltimore - Daniel is an associate professor in the Department of English at Johns Hopkins University-, they formed in Sa…
 
CLOT Magazine got the chance to talk to musician Robert Lippok and video artist and live performer Lillevan during 2016 edition of Unsound Festival: Dislocation (Kraków, Poland) where they were presenting Gletschermusik together with musician Askat Jetigen from Kirzystan.Robert Lippok is an avant-garde German musician and visual artist and composer…
 
Media historian and artist Kristen Gallerneaux is the Curator of Communications and Information Technology at The Henry Ford Museum (Dallas, USA), where she takes care of things like computers, and also things like radios, televisions, things that have tubes and transistors. The museum is one of the largest historic collections in North America.Kri…
 
(This podcast was produced by CLOT Magazine editorial team and Stephen Mclaughlin)What happens if we alter the traditional methods of sensing by adding an extra sense? What changes if we extend our perception and abilities by enhancing our senses? In her A Cyborg Manifesto, written in the early eighties, Dora Haraway defined cyborg as ‘A cybernetic…
 
For our innagural podcast we would like to introduce you to the work of Johannes Klabbers. Johannes is an Australian artist, writer and also developer of the intriguing discipline of posthumanist therapy.During Unsound Krakow 2016, he acted as resident posthumanist therapist and he also presented his work as the performance "How Can a Posthumanist …
 
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