- Reworks Vol. 2 Makes Artforum’s Best of 2022
Carl Stone’s remix project WE JAZZ REWORKS VOL. 2 (We Jazz label) is included in Artforum’s BEST MUSIC OF 2022, curated by Jace Clayton.
Carl was given carte blanche to use ten releases from the Finnish label We Jazz as source material for seven new works.
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- WAT DONG MOON LEK Makes The Wire’s REWIRE -Best of 2022
Once again we’re honored to be included in The Wire’s “REWIRE” Best of 2022 list. This release on Unseen Worlds keeps Carl’s unbroken streak going since 2016.
“Carl Stone is a half-century into his career – so how is it that his music still sounds fresh? Wat Dong Moon Lek sees the West Coast composer working ...
- BoomKat Reviews Wat Dong Moon Lek
Boomkat Product Review:
Avant-garde computer music pioneer Carl Stone’s newest is a Max/MSP powered deep dive into unsettled dreamworld sampledelica, warping pitch-fuct pop garbles into hiccuping noise spirals and quasi-techno ethno-pop bumpers. Properly off the dial material that sounds like a plunderphonic take on the Sublime Frequencies catalog, or ABBA reworked by Oval.
‘Wat Dong Moon Lek’ might ...
- DUSTED MAGAZINE Reviews the Gall Tones EP
- Esquire Magazine Interview June 2022
Carl sat down for an interview with Esquire’s Christopher Berry to talk about his time in Tokyo hunting for great sounds.
You can read the full interview
- Carl Stone: STOLEN CAR Chosen for Top Ten 2020 by The Wire
The January 2021 (Issue 443) edition of The Wire has chosen STOLEN CAR, Carl’s Fall 2020 release on Unseen Worlds as Number 10 in their annual round-up “Rewind 2020”!
- The WIRE Reviews Latest Album “Stolen Car”
The redoubtable Emily Bick of The WIRE Reviews Latest Album “Stolen Car”
- LUCA Publishes Spanish Language Interview With Carl Stone
Spanish language Webzine LUCA has published Carl’s first extensive Spanish language interview.
Webzine en español LUCA ha publicado la primera entrevista extensa en español de Carl.
- Baroo & Himalaya Albums Both Named “Best of 2019” by The Wire, Pitchfork, Artforum, Bandcamp
Both Carl Stone album releases from 2019 found their ways onto a number of Best of the Year lists, from Artforum to The Wire.
Himalaya: Best of 2019 14/100
“The world’s pop music has become putty in Stone’s hands. Each piece could, in theory, keep reassembling its particles infinitely”
Baroo: Best of 2019 27/100
“Like a vivd ...
- Full Review of HIMALAYA in The Wire’s December 2019 Issue
Carl Stone made the wise decision to split his latest creations over several releases.
Carl Stone Himalaya Unseen Worlds CD/DL/2xLP
It takes 35 minutes to reach the summit of Carl Stone’s new Himalaya. To arrive there, you ascend through manically cut up and overlaid Afrobeats, funk and hiphop grooves together with a tasty disco riff that ...