Tag: Pheek

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review With Pheek and Jos Lok

    Magazine Sixty Music Review With Pheek and Jos Lok

    Greg Fenton reviews Pheek and Jos Lok – Transparessence It seems to me that something is happening throughout the last several releases I have reviewed, which is that the quality of the music is such that the transfer of time won’t lessen its impact. It will exist, composed, causing the same emotional response in one,…

  • Pheek – Dummu – Archipel Musique Canada

    Pheek – Dummu – Archipel Musique Canada

    A world of words to get lost in. Dummn is hard to describe simply because its unique nature of sounds connect more directly with your subconscious, diving into the surreal, rather that the obvious world right before your eyes. Like a private conversation, albeit one in a profoundly unsettling, shaking your foundations, kind of way.…

  • Pheek (Archipel Musique Canada) Q&A

    Welcome to Magazine Sixty, Jean-Patrice. Your music on Fleksebleco combines elements of precision alongside an improvised free flow of electrical impulse. Who (or which records) inspired you to take this direction outside of more conventional mainstream styles? I’m not sure where I read that quote, but it said something like, you are who you surround…

  • Pheek – Fleksebleco – Archipel Musique

    Exploring, Fleksebleco is like passing through a series of rooms each containing a new way of absorbing sounds as if they had been created uniquely in that very instant. The music proceeds to evolve very much on its own terms as rhythms unfold peppered by a future of ideas plugging into the electrical mainframe of…