Category Archives: Drone

Dino Spiluttini ~ Heaven

Heaven may be called “contemporary church music,” but only the most contemporary of churches might consider hosting such music ~ and that’s a shame.  In recent years, congregations with limited budgets have begun sharing spaces with the arts, to sublime effect.

Dino Spiluttini ~ Heaven

Heaven may be called “contemporary church music,” but only the most contemporary of churches might consider hosting such music ~ and that’s a shame.  In recent years, congregations with limited budgets have begun sharing spaces with the arts, to sublime effect.

Whettman Chelmets ~ Long Read Memories

Memory is a constant in Whettman Chelmets’ work, but it is not the kind of exploration that centers on the ephemeral and the nostalgic. Instead, his music delves into absence, the failure of recollection, and in this album, the many

Whettman Chelmets ~ Long Read Memories

Memory is a constant in Whettman Chelmets’ work, but it is not the kind of exploration that centers on the ephemeral and the nostalgic. Instead, his music delves into absence, the failure of recollection, and in this album, the many

Clarice Jensen ~ Drone Studies

At first, one may be surprised at the genre of cellist Clarice Jensen‘s latest release.  The artistic director of ACME is known for her work with Jóhann Jóhannsson, among others.  So how did she end up making a drone album? The

Clarice Jensen ~ Drone Studies

At first, one may be surprised at the genre of cellist Clarice Jensen‘s latest release.  The artistic director of ACME is known for her work with Jóhann Jóhannsson, among others.  So how did she end up making a drone album? The

Fall Music Preview ~ Dark Ambient & Drone

Dark Ambient and Drone provides a score to sinister nights, and is perfectly suited for the month of October.  For the first time, we have enough releases to split into a separate installment.  This is the place to find music

Fall Music Preview ~ Dark Ambient & Drone

Dark Ambient and Drone provides a score to sinister nights, and is perfectly suited for the month of October.  For the first time, we have enough releases to split into a separate installment.  This is the place to find music

Gridfailure/Feel Happiness ~ Split

Despite its bad reputation, horror often tackles some weighty issues.  This is the case on the split release from drone artists Gridfailure and Feel Happiness, two solo performers with more on their minds than noise.  Even if one is unaware of

Gridfailure/Feel Happiness ~ Split

Despite its bad reputation, horror often tackles some weighty issues.  This is the case on the split release from drone artists Gridfailure and Feel Happiness, two solo performers with more on their minds than noise.  Even if one is unaware of

Several Wives ~ Göldi fell

Dreams, confessions, and references to deadly Biblical women form the ethereal imagery of Several Wives’ Göldi fell, its pensive, hypnotic drones evoking those symbolist 19th century paintings in which orientalism is a gateway to the edges of reason, to a

Several Wives ~ Göldi fell

Dreams, confessions, and references to deadly Biblical women form the ethereal imagery of Several Wives’ Göldi fell, its pensive, hypnotic drones evoking those symbolist 19th century paintings in which orientalism is a gateway to the edges of reason, to a

Michael Potter ~ Rain Song

Don’t judge this tape by its cover; the music is much more placid than the art indicates.  Some may make a connection to King Ghidorah, also identified as the beast from Revelation; but this is more about rain than the

Michael Potter ~ Rain Song

Don’t judge this tape by its cover; the music is much more placid than the art indicates.  Some may make a connection to King Ghidorah, also identified as the beast from Revelation; but this is more about rain than the