Author Archives: shredfearn

Luke Howard Trio ~ The Shadow EP

In this unprecedented year, some things never change. In this case, it’s us reviewing a Luke Howard record ~ although despite this being their fourth release, we haven’t until now covered the trio that one of our favourite pianists fronts.

Luke Howard Trio ~ The Shadow EP

In this unprecedented year, some things never change. In this case, it’s us reviewing a Luke Howard record ~ although despite this being their fourth release, we haven’t until now covered the trio that one of our favourite pianists fronts.

Philipp Rumsch Ensemble ~ µ: of Anxiety x Discernment

This is a time of collective anxiety. This is a time of rejecting collective discernment. Death tallies ever rising beget social media scaremongering begets store shelves emptying. This is a time that needs discernment now more than ever, from those

Philipp Rumsch Ensemble ~ µ: of Anxiety x Discernment

This is a time of collective anxiety. This is a time of rejecting collective discernment. Death tallies ever rising beget social media scaremongering begets store shelves emptying. This is a time that needs discernment now more than ever, from those

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2019 Leftovers: Mutazione

The curse of compiling annual lists of our favorite releases is that a few soundtracks are always released too late in the year for us to properly digest. Over the next two days we present a couple of albums that

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2019 Leftovers: Mutazione

The curse of compiling annual lists of our favorite releases is that a few soundtracks are always released too late in the year for us to properly digest. Over the next two days we present a couple of albums that

*Press A* 2019 ~ The Year’s Best Videogame Soundtracks

As the videogame market expands, it reaches places and people perhaps previously uninterested in its products. In 2019, with the quality of games striking ever upwards, that expansion was reflected throughout the world of developers, with many different kinds of

*Press A* 2019 ~ The Year’s Best Videogame Soundtracks

As the videogame market expands, it reaches places and people perhaps previously uninterested in its products. In 2019, with the quality of games striking ever upwards, that expansion was reflected throughout the world of developers, with many different kinds of

Oliver Patrice Weder ~ OPW

Inspired by a trip from Rio de Janeiro to Valencia through countless other cities, OPW sounds itself like a journey rich in culture, varied of scene and laden with appreciation. It is emotional and thoughtful, yet colourful and celebratory. The

Oliver Patrice Weder ~ OPW

Inspired by a trip from Rio de Janeiro to Valencia through countless other cities, OPW sounds itself like a journey rich in culture, varied of scene and laden with appreciation. It is emotional and thoughtful, yet colourful and celebratory. The

*Press A* ~ Anodyne 2; Bleak Sword

Sean Han Tani ~ Anodyne 2: Return to Dust The world of Anodyne 2 as described by its soundtrack is an unthreatening one of pastel colours and whimsical encounters. It might even be a dreamworld, such is the haziness of

*Press A* ~ Anodyne 2; Bleak Sword

Sean Han Tani ~ Anodyne 2: Return to Dust The world of Anodyne 2 as described by its soundtrack is an unthreatening one of pastel colours and whimsical encounters. It might even be a dreamworld, such is the haziness of

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