Russell Haswell (born 1970, Coventry) is an English multidisciplinary artist. He has exhibited conceptual and wall-based visual works, video art, public sculpture, as well as audio presentations in both art gallery and concert hall contexts. Extreme Computer Music is one specialized area of activity.
Diagonal Records to release Russell Haswell mini-album, Respondent. It's described as marking "a significant shift" for the UK artist, who's collaborated with a vocalist-Sue Tompkins-for the first time. The LP, titled 33 33, is out early next year.
Russell Haswell - 2000 Museu De Les Ciencies, Valencia (7:15) 2. Russell Haswell - 2002 Fargfabriken, Stockholm (10:45) 3. Russell Haswell - 2002 Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt (15:30) 4. Russell Haswell - 2004 Engine Rooms, Brighton (18:35) 5. Russell Haswell - 2005 Point Ephemere, Paris (4:59) 6. Russell Haswell - 2007 Ikki, Kita Kyushu (10:12). Russell Haswell will be back on Diagonal Records next month with a mini-album called Respondent. jpg) Respondent represents what the label calls "a significant shift in direction for Haswell," and "a stepping stone to his next project, an album featuring a number of guests.
Explore releases from the Russell Haswell label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Russell Haswell releases. As Sure As Night Follows Day (2xLP, Album).
Russell Haswell (born 1970, Coventry) is a multidisciplinary artist. 2005) Haswell & Hecker: Revision (Mego) single sided 12 inch. 2007) Haswell and Hecker: Blackest Ever Black (Warner Classics & Jazz) CD, Album.
2001) Russell Haswell: Live Salvage 1997 - 2000 (Mego) digipak + jewel case compact disc. 2002) Masami Akita & Russell Haswell: Satanstornade (Warp Records) digipak compact disc + 12 inch album.
Flag as Inappropriate. 2001) Russell Haswell: Live Salvage 1997 - 2000 (Mego) digipak + jewel case compact disc.
Russell Haswell Respondent Eden Tizard, February 12th, 2018 07:33. Haswell's latest mini-LP on Diagonal is properly idiosyncratic noise techno. Within fundamentalist noise circles, there’s a certain perception that the function of a beat is to organise and ultimately simplify raw sound. In Haswell's case, his crumbling structures seem to do the opposite.