Posts Tagged: Alrealon Musique

LCNL 095: SUBDUXTION presents Darkness is Your Ally

Christopher Gilmore (aka subduxtion, FluiD), is a Kansas City, Missouri (US) based electronic musician, DJ, composer, technologist and sound artist. The latest edition to the Alrealon Musique family, Gilmore released the ‘Ambulate’ b/w ‘Dry’ EP in February of this year, with

LCNL 095: SUBDUXTION presents Darkness is Your Ally

Christopher Gilmore (aka subduxtion, FluiD), is a Kansas City, Missouri (US) based electronic musician, DJ, composer, technologist and sound artist. The latest edition to the Alrealon Musique family, Gilmore released the ‘Ambulate’ b/w ‘Dry’ EP in February of this year, with

John 3:16 ~ עשר

Few recording artists make it through their first decade, and even fewer remain relevant during that time.  One way to buck the trend is to have a distinctive niche and sound.  For John 3:16, this means a Scriptural basis, an apocalyptic

John 3:16 ~ עשר

Few recording artists make it through their first decade, and even fewer remain relevant during that time.  One way to buck the trend is to have a distinctive niche and sound.  For John 3:16, this means a Scriptural basis, an apocalyptic

LCNL 085: Your Grace Adrianna Natalie presents Another Side

Over the years we’ve featured several mixes from the Alrealon Musique. This mix comes courtesy of Your Grace Adrianna Natalie, the most recent artist to join the label. Her debut EP The Unseen Shadows was released last November, showcasing her

LCNL 085: Your Grace Adrianna Natalie presents Another Side

Over the years we’ve featured several mixes from the Alrealon Musique. This mix comes courtesy of Your Grace Adrianna Natalie, the most recent artist to join the label. Her debut EP The Unseen Shadows was released last November, showcasing her

Various Artists ~ Trace Elements

“Let the dancing begin!” intones an unnamed narrator on Agah Bahari and PAS Musique‘s “Lucky Number 7”.  And so Trace Elements starts ~ with a dub, a beat and a bell.  But despite the pulses of the first few tracks, this

Various Artists ~ Trace Elements

“Let the dancing begin!” intones an unnamed narrator on Agah Bahari and PAS Musique‘s “Lucky Number 7”.  And so Trace Elements starts ~ with a dub, a beat and a bell.  But despite the pulses of the first few tracks, this

LCNL 074: R_Puke’s Carboniferous [mix]

    Belgium-based noisemaker Raoul Puke (Be the Hammer) presents Carboniferous, a taut and moody mix that weaves together diverse styles into an immersive hour-long exploration.  I’m going to try to squeeze in quite a few of these mixes before

LCNL 074: R_Puke’s Carboniferous [mix]

    Belgium-based noisemaker Raoul Puke (Be the Hammer) presents Carboniferous, a taut and moody mix that weaves together diverse styles into an immersive hour-long exploration.  I’m going to try to squeeze in quite a few of these mixes before

LCNL 064: JOHN 3:16 ~ From Darkness, Comes Light

JOHN 3:16 ~ From Darkness, Comes Light Revelation 21:1 – Then I saw “a new heaven and a new earth,” for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away, and there was no longer any sea. JOHN 3:16

LCNL 064: JOHN 3:16 ~ From Darkness, Comes Light

JOHN 3:16 ~ From Darkness, Comes Light Revelation 21:1 – Then I saw “a new heaven and a new earth,” for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away, and there was no longer any sea. JOHN 3:16

PAS Musique ~ Inside the Spectrum

PAS Musique‘s follow-up to Abandoned Bird Egg is an intriguing foray into sound collage, with multi-faceted instrumentation welded to vintage scientific dialogue, culminating in a sense of World Fair wonder.  If Public Service Broadcasting were more abstract, they might sound like this.

PAS Musique ~ Inside the Spectrum

PAS Musique‘s follow-up to Abandoned Bird Egg is an intriguing foray into sound collage, with multi-faceted instrumentation welded to vintage scientific dialogue, culminating in a sense of World Fair wonder.  If Public Service Broadcasting were more abstract, they might sound like this.