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Scott Sherk ~ Alentejo

With Alentejo, we welcome back the 3leaves label following a two-year absence.  It’s also a return to recording for Scott Sherk, who defines himself as “a sculptor who often works with sound”.  This quiet release offers a gentle way for the

Scott Sherk ~ Alentejo

With Alentejo, we welcome back the 3leaves label following a two-year absence.  It’s also a return to recording for Scott Sherk, who defines himself as “a sculptor who often works with sound”.  This quiet release offers a gentle way for the

José Soberanes ~ Our Gravity Ends

There’s a pretty cover here, although you’ll need to tilt your screen to see it.  There can be hope in desolation, although it may take time to find it.  Our Gravity Ends is an extremely morose album, inspired by the loss

José Soberanes ~ Our Gravity Ends

There’s a pretty cover here, although you’ll need to tilt your screen to see it.  There can be hope in desolation, although it may take time to find it.  Our Gravity Ends is an extremely morose album, inspired by the loss

Jeff Russo ~ Legion

The first season has just ended, and we already miss it.  Legion is one of the best comic book productions we’ve ever seen ~ only eight episodes, but ever so creative, so mysterious, so stunning.  The song selection is a big

Jeff Russo ~ Legion

The first season has just ended, and we already miss it.  Legion is one of the best comic book productions we’ve ever seen ~ only eight episodes, but ever so creative, so mysterious, so stunning.  The song selection is a big

Arms of Tripoli ~ Daughters

After their second release, Dream in Tongues, two of Arms of Tripoli’s core members departed, leaving the other three band members at a crossroads. After a difficult discussion, George, Jaimie and Mike used their desire to persevere and began experimenting

Arms of Tripoli ~ Daughters

After their second release, Dream in Tongues, two of Arms of Tripoli’s core members departed, leaving the other three band members at a crossroads. After a difficult discussion, George, Jaimie and Mike used their desire to persevere and began experimenting

Sujo ~ A Deeper Curse

It’s been a while since we reviewed an album by Ryan Huber (Sujo), and the latest one offers a gift to fans.  A Deeper Curse is anchored by the 17-minute title track, formerly available only as a download, bolstered by the

Sujo ~ A Deeper Curse

It’s been a while since we reviewed an album by Ryan Huber (Sujo), and the latest one offers a gift to fans.  A Deeper Curse is anchored by the 17-minute title track, formerly available only as a download, bolstered by the

Broken Thoughts ~ Realign

Once again, an album cover helps to draw us into the record.  Frédéric Fontenoy’s eerily manipulated art is as alien as the industrial music it advertises.  While we’ve seen the stretched image technique used in videos by Hiroshi Kondo and

Broken Thoughts ~ Realign

Once again, an album cover helps to draw us into the record.  Frédéric Fontenoy’s eerily manipulated art is as alien as the industrial music it advertises.  While we’ve seen the stretched image technique used in videos by Hiroshi Kondo and

Félicia Atkinson ~ Hand in Hand

If there is a state of sonic lucid dream, Félicia Atkinson could serve as a guide to its realms. Electronic pioneers like Delia Derbyshire might have opened that door, but Atkinson’s carefully crafted and deeply immersive minimal soundscapes, woven through ASMR

Félicia Atkinson ~ Hand in Hand

If there is a state of sonic lucid dream, Félicia Atkinson could serve as a guide to its realms. Electronic pioneers like Delia Derbyshire might have opened that door, but Atkinson’s carefully crafted and deeply immersive minimal soundscapes, woven through ASMR