Search Results for: M. Ostermeier

M. Ostermeier ~ Still

How still do you like your stillness to be?  As still as “4’33”, as measured as glacial ambience, or inwardly still but outwardly in motion?  On his first album since 2011, M. Ostermeier adopts the latter tactic. As the world begins to

M. Ostermeier ~ Still

How still do you like your stillness to be?  As still as “4’33”, as measured as glacial ambience, or inwardly still but outwardly in motion?  On his first album since 2011, M. Ostermeier adopts the latter tactic. As the world begins to

Sound Propositions 012: Marcus Fischer

  Sound Propositions is an ongoing, semi-regular series of conversations with artists exploring their creative practices and individual aesthetics, conceived of as a counter-narrative to a dominant trend in music journalism which fetishizes equipment and new technologies. Rather than writing

Sound Propositions 012: Marcus Fischer

  Sound Propositions is an ongoing, semi-regular series of conversations with artists exploring their creative practices and individual aesthetics, conceived of as a counter-narrative to a dominant trend in music journalism which fetishizes equipment and new technologies. Rather than writing

Spring Music Preview: The Next 100

The 2016 spring release schedule is the best that we can remember, with one release date ~ April 1 ~ stacking up to be the biggest in years.  As early as January, we started to get an inkling that something

Spring Music Preview: The Next 100

The 2016 spring release schedule is the best that we can remember, with one release date ~ April 1 ~ stacking up to be the biggest in years.  As early as January, we started to get an inkling that something

Spring Music Preview: The Next 100

The musical branches have begun to bloom.  With over 100 spring titles already announced, 2015 continues on pace to be one of the best years in recent memory.  From fascinating frontrunners to left-field surprises, we’ve got your guide to what’s

Spring Music Preview: The Next 100

The musical branches have begun to bloom.  With over 100 spring titles already announced, 2015 continues on pace to be one of the best years in recent memory.  From fascinating frontrunners to left-field surprises, we’ve got your guide to what’s

Porya Hatami ~ Shallow

After so many snowfalls and ice storms, spring will eventually arrive.  Porya Hatami is known for being seasonally aware; Land and Land Remixes focused on autumn and winter, while Shallow offers a soundtrack for the spring thaw. Hatami sets a sonic table for the

Porya Hatami ~ Shallow

After so many snowfalls and ice storms, spring will eventually arrive.  Porya Hatami is known for being seasonally aware; Land and Land Remixes focused on autumn and winter, while Shallow offers a soundtrack for the spring thaw. Hatami sets a sonic table for the

Various Artists ~ Faith in a Wet Season

Voxxov Records’ second free download compilation exposes the other half of the new label’s potential roster, packed with our favorite artists in the fields of ambient, drone and modern composition.  It’s almost like a who’s who of A Closer Listen!

Various Artists ~ Faith in a Wet Season

Voxxov Records’ second free download compilation exposes the other half of the new label’s potential roster, packed with our favorite artists in the fields of ambient, drone and modern composition.  It’s almost like a who’s who of A Closer Listen!

Marcus Fischer ~ Collected Dust

To stay creative, one must create.  Such a statement seems obvious, but few people abide by it.  All too often, artists fail to work when they’re not inspired, ignoring the fact that inspiration is more often the product of inactivity

Marcus Fischer ~ Collected Dust

To stay creative, one must create.  Such a statement seems obvious, but few people abide by it.  All too often, artists fail to work when they’re not inspired, ignoring the fact that inspiration is more often the product of inactivity