Posts Tagged: Abby Lee Tee

Abby Lee Tee ~ Imaginary Friends I & II / Cohabiting Species

Nature and the imagination have kept us going during the pandemic, and Abby Lee Tee offers a bit of each on two current releases.  It’s often difficult to tell where the field recordings end and the instrumentation begins, but when woven

Abby Lee Tee ~ Imaginary Friends I & II / Cohabiting Species

Nature and the imagination have kept us going during the pandemic, and Abby Lee Tee offers a bit of each on two current releases.  It’s often difficult to tell where the field recordings end and the instrumentation begins, but when woven

Abby Lee Tee presents Cold Spell Days & Hesitant Yearlings [mix]

Abby Lee Tee (Fabian Holzinger, b. 1987) is an Austrian producer and DJ whom we once described as being more playful than an otter. His ever-evolving solo material has drawn on a wide range of influences from beat tapes to

Abby Lee Tee presents Cold Spell Days & Hesitant Yearlings [mix]

Abby Lee Tee (Fabian Holzinger, b. 1987) is an Austrian producer and DJ whom we once described as being more playful than an otter. His ever-evolving solo material has drawn on a wide range of influences from beat tapes to

Abby Lee Tee ~ Herbert’s Archive

We first encountered Abby Lee Tee earlier this year with the superlative riverside burrows, and we’re happy to see the artist return so quickly.  Herbert’s Archive may be a shorter work, but it’s no less scintillating.  Again the artist is underwater, playing percussion with

Abby Lee Tee ~ Herbert’s Archive

We first encountered Abby Lee Tee earlier this year with the superlative riverside burrows, and we’re happy to see the artist return so quickly.  Herbert’s Archive may be a shorter work, but it’s no less scintillating.  Again the artist is underwater, playing percussion with

Abby Lee Tee ~ riverside burrows

To live in the Alps is to be immersed in natural beauty, and in riverside burrows, Abby Lee Tee translates this beauty into sound.  A blend of field recordings (some from other locales) and gentle instrumentation, the two-part composition creates an atmosphere

Abby Lee Tee ~ riverside burrows

To live in the Alps is to be immersed in natural beauty, and in riverside burrows, Abby Lee Tee translates this beauty into sound.  A blend of field recordings (some from other locales) and gentle instrumentation, the two-part composition creates an atmosphere