Posts Tagged: Aidan Baker

Aidan Baker & Gareth Davis ~ Invisible Cities

Aidan Baker & Gareth Davis have been known to make a great racket in their respective (and multiple) bands, but don’t expect that here.  Invisible Cities is an album of coiled restraint that seems ever on the brink of eruption.  In the

Aidan Baker & Gareth Davis ~ Invisible Cities

Aidan Baker & Gareth Davis have been known to make a great racket in their respective (and multiple) bands, but don’t expect that here.  Invisible Cities is an album of coiled restraint that seems ever on the brink of eruption.  In the

B/B/S/ ~ Palace

In order to enjoy this double album, one needs to be in it for the long haul.  A cup of coffee helps, and a suspense novel is perfect.  Palace is tensed, coiled, continually ready to strike, but prolongs the tension until

B/B/S/ ~ Palace

In order to enjoy this double album, one needs to be in it for the long haul.  A cup of coffee helps, and a suspense novel is perfect.  Palace is tensed, coiled, continually ready to strike, but prolongs the tension until

B/B/S ~ Coltre/Manto

The super-trio of Aidan Baker, Andrea Belfi and Erik Skodvin has returned with a vengeance, taking time from solo and group projects to jam together once more.  And what a beautiful racket it is.  Recorded in a church but mastered in

B/B/S ~ Coltre/Manto

The super-trio of Aidan Baker, Andrea Belfi and Erik Skodvin has returned with a vengeance, taking time from solo and group projects to jam together once more.  And what a beautiful racket it is.  Recorded in a church but mastered in