Category Archives: Modern Composition

*Press A* ~ Even More 2018 Leftovers

These are soundtracks released late into 2018 that are also quite worthy of a few listens, so we hope you enjoy! Monomoon ~ The Colonists The Colonists plays quite well with the thin line that divides ambient soundtracks from more

*Press A* ~ Even More 2018 Leftovers

These are soundtracks released late into 2018 that are also quite worthy of a few listens, so we hope you enjoy! Monomoon ~ The Colonists The Colonists plays quite well with the thin line that divides ambient soundtracks from more

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2018 Leftovers: Gris

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. We thus present the last of three albums that would have been

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2018 Leftovers: Gris

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. We thus present the last of three albums that would have been

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2018 Leftovers: Kingdom – Two Crowns

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. We thus present over the coming days three albums that would have

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2018 Leftovers: Kingdom – Two Crowns

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. We thus present over the coming days three albums that would have

Hauschka ~ A Different Forest

Over the years, we’ve come to know Hauschka (Volker Bertelmann) as a master of the prepared piano.  Recent works have seen him expand to full orchestration.  But this year, he’s stripping it all back for an album of solo piano, unadorned.  The

Hauschka ~ A Different Forest

Over the years, we’ve come to know Hauschka (Volker Bertelmann) as a master of the prepared piano.  Recent works have seen him expand to full orchestration.  But this year, he’s stripping it all back for an album of solo piano, unadorned.  The

Ô Lake ~ Refuge

Refuge is a debut album that doesn’t sound like a debut.  Beautifully composed and presented by Sylvain Texier (Ô Lake), it’s a perfect reflection of its title, a sweet and soothing set that allows the listener to take refuge in its melodies.  The

Ô Lake ~ Refuge

Refuge is a debut album that doesn’t sound like a debut.  Beautifully composed and presented by Sylvain Texier (Ô Lake), it’s a perfect reflection of its title, a sweet and soothing set that allows the listener to take refuge in its melodies.  The

Gideon Wolf ~ Replicas

What happened to the places we used to know?  The question is nostalgic, melancholic, hanging in the air like a dust mote.  A further question, perplexed, shellshocked: What happened to people?  And the last, perhaps most frightening question:  What happened to me?

Gideon Wolf ~ Replicas

What happened to the places we used to know?  The question is nostalgic, melancholic, hanging in the air like a dust mote.  A further question, perplexed, shellshocked: What happened to people?  And the last, perhaps most frightening question:  What happened to me?

Julia Kent ~ Temporal

Five months after her collaboration The Great Lake Swallows, cellist extraordinaire Julia Kent returns with her first solo album since Asperities.  Temporal is deep and distinctive, another high mark in a distinguished career.  The beauty of the set is found in the variety of tracks,

Julia Kent ~ Temporal

Five months after her collaboration The Great Lake Swallows, cellist extraordinaire Julia Kent returns with her first solo album since Asperities.  Temporal is deep and distinctive, another high mark in a distinguished career.  The beauty of the set is found in the variety of tracks,