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Philip Jeck, acclaimed British experimental composer, dies aged 69

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Philip Jeck, the experimental British composer who deployed sampling and DJing to highly imaginative ends, has died aged 69 after a short illness. The founders of Touch, the record label that released his music, annou...

Bill Gates-backed experimental nuclear power plant heads to tiny Wyoming city

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A tiny city in the top US coal-mining state of Wyoming is set to become the home of an experimental nuclear power project backed by Bill Gates. The new Natrium nuclear power plant will be located in Kemmerer, official...

‘10,000 tiny instruments’: how Lego made the experimental album of 2021

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Out of my headphones comes a flow of odd, weirdly tactile sound: what could be an army of ants marching across a plain of contact mics, a landslide of scree recorded from a mile away, or perhaps the first field record...

That Cloud Never Left review – experimental ruminations on cinema and labour

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An artful hybrid of documentary and fiction, That Cloud Never Left zooms in on quotidian life in Daspara, a small West Bengal village where toys are made from reels of discarded film footage. The iconography is clear:...