Category Archives: Experimental

Rob Mazurek ~ Chimeric Stoned Horn

Chimeric Stoned Horn is Rob Mazurek’s latest solo album after a slew of appearances and collaborations in various other projects since 2015’s Vortice of the Faun, in which the virtuoso cornetist ventured out to make his mark in the field

Rob Mazurek ~ Chimeric Stoned Horn

Chimeric Stoned Horn is Rob Mazurek’s latest solo album after a slew of appearances and collaborations in various other projects since 2015’s Vortice of the Faun, in which the virtuoso cornetist ventured out to make his mark in the field

Ben Frost ~ The Centre Cannot Hold

The Centre Cannot Hold arrives two months and a day after the EP Threshold of Faith, and stems from sessions Ben Frost recorded with Steve Albini.  Now we learn that the EP contains alternate versions and remixes of songs from the main album along

Ben Frost ~ The Centre Cannot Hold

The Centre Cannot Hold arrives two months and a day after the EP Threshold of Faith, and stems from sessions Ben Frost recorded with Steve Albini.  Now we learn that the EP contains alternate versions and remixes of songs from the main album along

Various Artists ~ The Folklore of Plants Vol. I

Another expansive (but not expensive) project from Folklore Tapes, The Folklore of Plants is a tiny treasure trove.  In addition to the LP, the contents include two pamphlets, a postcard, a packet of seeds, and a link to a short 16mm film.

Various Artists ~ The Folklore of Plants Vol. I

Another expansive (but not expensive) project from Folklore Tapes, The Folklore of Plants is a tiny treasure trove.  In addition to the LP, the contents include two pamphlets, a postcard, a packet of seeds, and a link to a short 16mm film.

Fall Music Preview: Experimental

What’s that you say?  You don’t like traditional music?  Look no further ~ these albums offer choices for unique tastes.  From improvisation to curiosities to miasmas of sound, this preview has it covered, with music for every eclectic fan. Our

Fall Music Preview: Experimental

What’s that you say?  You don’t like traditional music?  Look no further ~ these albums offer choices for unique tastes.  From improvisation to curiosities to miasmas of sound, this preview has it covered, with music for every eclectic fan. Our

Sea Charms ~ Mystery Tapes

I’ve fallen fast for these Sea Charms.  This is a fun, homespun project, with Crystal on synth and Jess on sax.  The first two Mystery Tapes are taken from practice sessions, reflecting free-flowing, semi-improvisational play.  Add some arts and crafts ~ plastic toys,

Sea Charms ~ Mystery Tapes

I’ve fallen fast for these Sea Charms.  This is a fun, homespun project, with Crystal on synth and Jess on sax.  The first two Mystery Tapes are taken from practice sessions, reflecting free-flowing, semi-improvisational play.  Add some arts and crafts ~ plastic toys,

Various Artists ~ the opposite of aloof vol. 2

Attractive Coincidence (ACR) introduced itself early this year with the opposite of aloof vol. 1, and over the past few months has become a sweet success story.  A dozen artist releases, great promotions and an ear for quality have helped

Various Artists ~ the opposite of aloof vol. 2

Attractive Coincidence (ACR) introduced itself early this year with the opposite of aloof vol. 1, and over the past few months has become a sweet success story.  A dozen artist releases, great promotions and an ear for quality have helped

Gaël Segalen ~ Memoir of My Manor

After 2o years of sound work and field recording, Gaël Segalen finally released her first LP.  2016’s L’Ange Le Sage was melodic and abrasive in equal quantities. Memoir of My Manor continues in this vein, adding a new, nearly club-like sensibility.  The Parisian artist calls

Gaël Segalen ~ Memoir of My Manor

After 2o years of sound work and field recording, Gaël Segalen finally released her first LP.  2016’s L’Ange Le Sage was melodic and abrasive in equal quantities. Memoir of My Manor continues in this vein, adding a new, nearly club-like sensibility.  The Parisian artist calls