Author Archives: shredfearn

Luke Howard ~ The Sand That Ate the Sea

‘All deserts have stories. All open lands and empty seas have songs that they alone sing late into the night.’ It’s not even three minutes, but watching “Salt Flats” makes my skin crawl like nothing else has managed to this

Luke Howard ~ The Sand That Ate the Sea

‘All deserts have stories. All open lands and empty seas have songs that they alone sing late into the night.’ It’s not even three minutes, but watching “Salt Flats” makes my skin crawl like nothing else has managed to this

Anoice ~ Ghost in the Clocks

If the cover looks familiar, it’s because you’ve almost seen it before. When we reviewed the third record of Anoice, The Black Rain, Rich opened in praise of its beguiling cover art. Artist Yoko Shinto has returned to portray the

Anoice ~ Ghost in the Clocks

If the cover looks familiar, it’s because you’ve almost seen it before. When we reviewed the third record of Anoice, The Black Rain, Rich opened in praise of its beguiling cover art. Artist Yoko Shinto has returned to portray the

Shards ~ Find Sound

A musical acquaintance long ago opined that vocals and drums together was the purest form of music, each the most unmitigated expression, respectively, of melody and rhythm. This partnership alone is rarely found – perhaps because its purity is also

Shards ~ Find Sound

A musical acquaintance long ago opined that vocals and drums together was the purest form of music, each the most unmitigated expression, respectively, of melody and rhythm. This partnership alone is rarely found – perhaps because its purity is also

*Press A* ~ Outer Wilds; Sigma Theory: Global Cold War

Andrew Prahlow ~ Outer Wilds Soundtracking a game about space adventure and the end of the universe, Outer Wilds takes us on a journey that oscillates between the gently sublime and the faintly terrifying. These shifts occur both across the

*Press A* ~ Outer Wilds; Sigma Theory: Global Cold War

Andrew Prahlow ~ Outer Wilds Soundtracking a game about space adventure and the end of the universe, Outer Wilds takes us on a journey that oscillates between the gently sublime and the faintly terrifying. These shifts occur both across the

Ikarus ~ Mosaismic

Mosaismic as an angular cityscape wandered through on chilly spring mornings, its buildings vacant and squares ghostly. The geometric intersects with the organic in these spaces, as morning moves through day and people submit to their day’s purpose. Each individual

Ikarus ~ Mosaismic

Mosaismic as an angular cityscape wandered through on chilly spring mornings, its buildings vacant and squares ghostly. The geometric intersects with the organic in these spaces, as morning moves through day and people submit to their day’s purpose. Each individual

SaffronKeira ~ Automatism

A decade ago a Welsh man woke up in his camper van and strangled his wife of almost 40 years to death. After 10 months in prison on remand, he was cleared of murder and walked free. The man suffered

SaffronKeira ~ Automatism

A decade ago a Welsh man woke up in his camper van and strangled his wife of almost 40 years to death. After 10 months in prison on remand, he was cleared of murder and walked free. The man suffered

*Press A* ~ Anthem

Anyone with even a passing interest in videogames cannot have failed to have caught wind of Anthem, an online action RPG developed by the highly lauded BioWare and published by EA. Surpassing 80 minutes, its score is a grand orchestral

*Press A* ~ Anthem

Anyone with even a passing interest in videogames cannot have failed to have caught wind of Anthem, an online action RPG developed by the highly lauded BioWare and published by EA. Surpassing 80 minutes, its score is a grand orchestral