Posts Tagged: Aaron Martin

Aaron Martin / Christoph Berg ~ Day Has Ended

Barely a year has passed since Moscow’s Dronarivm label began producing physical releases, and they’ve already become a name to trust.  With Day Has Ended, Dronarivm now branches into the territory of modern composition.  The pairing of cross-pond artists Aaron Martin and

Aaron Martin / Christoph Berg ~ Day Has Ended

Barely a year has passed since Moscow’s Dronarivm label began producing physical releases, and they’ve already become a name to trust.  With Day Has Ended, Dronarivm now branches into the territory of modern composition.  The pairing of cross-pond artists Aaron Martin and

The Cloisters ~ The Cloisters

Michael Tanner has had a busy year and has been covered frequently on these pages, although only the most astute readers might have noticed.  In addition to recording under his own name, Tanner is also known as Plinth and The Cloisters,

The Cloisters ~ The Cloisters

Michael Tanner has had a busy year and has been covered frequently on these pages, although only the most astute readers might have noticed.  In addition to recording under his own name, Tanner is also known as Plinth and The Cloisters,

Glissando ~ The World Without Us

The word ethereal is often used to describe all manner of music with female vocals, but once upon a time, it was a genre unto itself, straddling the boundaries of classical, gothic, folk and pop.  The C’est la Mort and Hyperium labels

Glissando ~ The World Without Us

The word ethereal is often used to describe all manner of music with female vocals, but once upon a time, it was a genre unto itself, straddling the boundaries of classical, gothic, folk and pop.  The C’est la Mort and Hyperium labels

From the Mouth of the Sun ~ Woven Tide

The key track on last year’s Jasper TX album, The Black Sun Transmissions, was the Aaron Martin collaboration, “Weight of Days”.  Martin’s cello filled a void in Dag Rosenqvist‘s sonic world, while Rosenqvist’s electronics added grit to Martin’s clean classical vision.

From the Mouth of the Sun ~ Woven Tide

The key track on last year’s Jasper TX album, The Black Sun Transmissions, was the Aaron Martin collaboration, “Weight of Days”.  Martin’s cello filled a void in Dag Rosenqvist‘s sonic world, while Rosenqvist’s electronics added grit to Martin’s clean classical vision.