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Category Archives: reviews

Delicate Sen Album

New(ish) Delicate Sen album available now on Copy For Your Records: Four Years Later (since. why not) Billy Gomberg : synthesizers Anne Guthrie : French horn, preparations Richard Kamerman : Drums, junk, YouTube, Deicide Couple of reviews out at Just Outside and CM (in Russian). Enjoy!

More Codieaum Reviews

Roundup of reviews for Codiauem Variegatum. Thanks to all who reviewed! A Closer Listen Tiny Mix Tapes Sputnik Music Brainwashed Dukla Prague Away Kit Improv Sphere ATTN Magazine Last but not least, an excerpt from a review in Wire Magazine, April 2014: “Anne Guthrie in a acoustician and French horn player whose compositions offer a [...]

Reader Review

Bill Meyer has published a nice review of Codiaeum Variegatum in the Chicago Reader, available in print or online.

Anti-Gravity Bunny Review/Streaming

A review is up at Anti-Gravity Bunny, along with a track excerpted from the album for streaming.

Dusted Review

Lucas Schleicher has posted a fabulous review of Codiaeum Variegatum at Dusted. Thanks Lucas!

Fluid Radio Review

Lovely review of Codiaeum Variegatum by Matt Gilley at Fluid Radio!

New Vinyl on Students of Decay

My new LP, Codiaeum Variegatum, is coming out on February 18th, with Students of Decay! You can pre-order the album here. A review is already out on Brian Olewnick’s blog, Just Outside. Also, a very nice interview is on Impose, where the entire LP will be streaming for the next week. Enjoy!

improv sphere review for “so it’s inverted”

Julien Héraud has written a very nice review of my cassette on Notice Recordings. You can find it in the original French here. A rough English translation (thanks to Travis Bird at Notice) below: ” I’ve received with great enthusiasm all the previous recordings of Anne Guthrie, and it’s not today that that will change, [...]

Wire review for “so it’s inverted”

Wire magazine has included a lovely review of my cassette on Notice Recordings in the “Size Matters” section of their September issue: “Very fine collaged suite of field recordings from Costa Rica and live French horn playing, by this young Brooklynite. The blowing is all pretty much post-form – lots more breath manipulation than anything [...]

Sinter Reviews Roundup

BW Diedrich wrote a very nice feature on the first 3 ErstAEU releases here . William Hutson reviewed the 3 ErstAEU releases together in the June 2013 issue of Wire Magazine. Here’s what he says about Sinter: “Anne Guthrie and Richard Kamerman’s Sinter is a tough little disc, possibly influenced by recent Erstwhile outings by [...]