Anla Courtis Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
Super-productive Argentinian noise-man (and Reynols founder) Alan Courtis (also sometimes known as Anla Courtis) has a new slab of solo material for you to chew over. Los Galpones...view item
It's an international sound art love-in here - Swedish sound artist BJ Nilssen and Icelandic experimental electronics types Stillupsteypa are regular collaborators already, with Argentinian collaboration-oholic and Reynols founder Anla Courtis rounding out the line-up. As far as I can gather from the somewhat cryptic press release (presented as ...view item
I tried to give this LP a preliminary listen at dinner time last night, but it quickly became apparent that its disjointed avant garde ambiance was a bit too high brow for my long-suffering housemate so it didn't last long. Listening to it on my own at half past seven in the morning, however, is another story entirely as I'm able to properly d...view item
Anla Courtis, Okkyung Lee, C.Spencer Yeh, Jon Wesseltoft
This record is on astonishing coloured vinyl, like some yellow sickness splatter yawn design. We have an old boy comes in a few times a week to spend the DSSS’s (or whatever these assholes are calling themselves these days) money on his (and our) obsession and he’d just gaze wistf...view item
Daniel Menche & Anla Courtis
I'm way into a lot of the sounds that these guys create but as far as I'm aware this is actually their first collaboration. From the moment the needle hits the weapons-grade heavy vinyl we are treated to strange scraping cyclic sounds like a load of twigs have been bundled and stuffed into a washing machine and then proceed to snap and crunch as...view item
New releases on the Ukraine's Quasi Pop label are always worth checking out. Now I'm always up for some experimental tape music so a split 7" from Edward Sol and Argentinean all round dude Anla Courtis is more than welcome. Edward Sol is a Ukrainian sound artist and his side 'Sunburst Lux' is constructed from loops, polyvox and pedals. The ove...view item
Kawabata Makoto/ Anla Courtis/ Rokugenkin
Undergound Japanese guitar business anyone? Just in on Riot Season is 'Kokura' which is a
collaboration between Kawabata Makoto (Acid Mothers Temple), Anla Courtis
(Reynols), and Rokugenkin.
This is three men all armed with electric guitars and cerebal cortex's.
This is dark, droney and noisey in plac...view item
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