As part of our coverage of the release of Atlantic Stereo, a compilation linking France and Colombia through music, we interviewed Linapary, Colombian singer who penned and interpreted the lyrics of "P.U.T.A", a slow perreo anthem produced by french producers Simo Cell and Low Jack.
Carmen Villain, one of our Faces of We are Europe, exchanges with Martin Bjørnerson as part of Insomnia's discourse programme.
Maoupa Mazzocchetti, Sara Dziri, Milan W, Simon Halsberghe reflect on their relationship to modular synthesizers and the connection between the body, the mind and the machines.
On the outskirts of the city of Medellín, in Colombia, between streams, birdsong and colourful flower farms, a handful of artists have decided to create soundscapes at the mercy of the mountain and the mystique of its forests.
The Norwegian collective opens up about their relationship to dance, choreographies and sound.
Jenny Hval (one of our Faces of We are Europe) exchanges with Martin Bjørnerson as part of Insomnia's discourse programme.
During Unsound 2021, we caught up with Polish artist Resina, in-between rehearsals, for an exchange on her latest album “Speechless”, produced during the female rights protest which took over Poland in 2020.
In times where people are forced to experience collective loss, we have to learn how to exorcise ill feelings. Last October, Zosia Hołubowska & Julia Giertz's took Unsound's audience to a space scarcely explored, creating a "Community of Grieving".
In this exchange, we dive into the inner workings of "Cracks", sonic creation from Norwegian saxophonist Bendik Giske, released in 2021 on Smalltown Supersound.
Bringing together digital and analogue, imaginary sonic utopias where technology and the natural world merge seamlessly, the collective ecological responsibility of humanity... All part of the conversation with Galician musician BFlecha, whose music links modern r&b and electronica with earthy, traditional sounds.