Author Archives: justanotherlistener

Stray Ghost ~ Those Who Know Darkness, See The Light

Those Who Know Darkness, See The Light, the new album by Anthony Saggers, the man behind Stray Ghost, begins with a glorious big bang of sound. “Migration-Refraction”, the album’s first track, resembles an explosion in slow motion, with its ambient

Stray Ghost ~ Those Who Know Darkness, See The Light

Those Who Know Darkness, See The Light, the new album by Anthony Saggers, the man behind Stray Ghost, begins with a glorious big bang of sound. “Migration-Refraction”, the album’s first track, resembles an explosion in slow motion, with its ambient

Children of the Wave ~ The Electric Sounds of Far Away Choirs

Children of the Wave are a band from Melbourne, Australia, and like true children of the wave, make music whose form changes from one moment to the next, defying genres and surprising us at every corner.  While their music is truly

Children of the Wave ~ The Electric Sounds of Far Away Choirs

Children of the Wave are a band from Melbourne, Australia, and like true children of the wave, make music whose form changes from one moment to the next, defying genres and surprising us at every corner.  While their music is truly

Fabrizio Paterlini ~ Autumn Stories

There is something about the change of seasons that makes us realize so much about ourselves and our place in the world, but no season does that better than Autumn.  Autumn Stories, the latest album by Italian composer and piano virtuoso Fabrizio

Fabrizio Paterlini ~ Autumn Stories

There is something about the change of seasons that makes us realize so much about ourselves and our place in the world, but no season does that better than Autumn.  Autumn Stories, the latest album by Italian composer and piano virtuoso Fabrizio

The Sun Aesthetic ~ Thicker Threads

Thicker Threads at a first listen seems to be an album drenched in sunshine, but a closer one presents us with music that is better appreciated on those cloudy days when all you can hope for is a flicker of light

The Sun Aesthetic ~ Thicker Threads

Thicker Threads at a first listen seems to be an album drenched in sunshine, but a closer one presents us with music that is better appreciated on those cloudy days when all you can hope for is a flicker of light

Slow Dancing Society ~ Laterna Magica

I’m crossing a bridge on a cloudy morning.  It looks like it might rain.  People are running, God knows from what or where to, a slow dancing society unfolds in plain sight every second, and the music of Drew Sullivan

Slow Dancing Society ~ Laterna Magica

I’m crossing a bridge on a cloudy morning.  It looks like it might rain.  People are running, God knows from what or where to, a slow dancing society unfolds in plain sight every second, and the music of Drew Sullivan

Origamibiro ~ Flicker EP

We often wonder if music that is original can still be made or if everything has already been done.  The question is of course rhetorical since the possibilities offered by music are very much dependent on the possibilities offered by

Origamibiro ~ Flicker EP

We often wonder if music that is original can still be made or if everything has already been done.  The question is of course rhetorical since the possibilities offered by music are very much dependent on the possibilities offered by

Sima Kim ~ Songs

Sima Kim’s album comes with the unimaginative title Songs, probably because he has for the first time added vocals to his minimal ambient compositions.  The song titles of the two original tracks in this ep are simply “I” and “II” but

Sima Kim ~ Songs

Sima Kim’s album comes with the unimaginative title Songs, probably because he has for the first time added vocals to his minimal ambient compositions.  The song titles of the two original tracks in this ep are simply “I” and “II” but

Monochromie ~ Angels and Demons

It doesn’t happen often that we hear an album we have a hard time categorizing, but that is what happened when listening to the debut album of Wilson Trouve aka Monochromie.  The album’s artwork immediately immerses us into a world

Monochromie ~ Angels and Demons

It doesn’t happen often that we hear an album we have a hard time categorizing, but that is what happened when listening to the debut album of Wilson Trouve aka Monochromie.  The album’s artwork immediately immerses us into a world