Posts Tagged: Alrealon Musique

LCNL 052: Alrealon Musique 5-Year Anniversary Mix

  Just in time for back-to-school season, ACL presents our second mix from the Alrealon Musique label.  (You can brush up on the first one here.)  We’ve got 15 exclusive tracks celebrating their 5th anniversary, bringing together the past, present

LCNL 052: Alrealon Musique 5-Year Anniversary Mix

  Just in time for back-to-school season, ACL presents our second mix from the Alrealon Musique label.  (You can brush up on the first one here.)  We’ve got 15 exclusive tracks celebrating their 5th anniversary, bringing together the past, present

PAS Musique ~ Abandoned Bird Egg

French/Swiss collective PAS Musique prides itself on defying convention. Inspired by negation and the avant-garde, the quartet produces music that is difficult to classify, touching upon multiple genres at once.  And yet, despite the band’s claim that their music lacks “clearly defined

PAS Musique ~ Abandoned Bird Egg

French/Swiss collective PAS Musique prides itself on defying convention. Inspired by negation and the avant-garde, the quartet produces music that is difficult to classify, touching upon multiple genres at once.  And yet, despite the band’s claim that their music lacks “clearly defined

Philippe Petit ~ Needles in Pain

Avant-garde experimentalist Philippe Petit has released many albums over the years, but this is his first recorded foray into turntablism – thankfully, released on vinyl.  While most turntablists use and abuse their favorite records, Petit insists that the needles are in pain, forced to

Philippe Petit ~ Needles in Pain

Avant-garde experimentalist Philippe Petit has released many albums over the years, but this is his first recorded foray into turntablism – thankfully, released on vinyl.  While most turntablists use and abuse their favorite records, Petit insists that the needles are in pain, forced to

ACL 2012: Music for Synagogues & Cathedrals

The music of organized religion is often bland when it has no right to be.  The subject matter is the breadth of life, from the heights of heaven and depths of hell to unknowable mysteries, hallowed understandings, and transcendent awe.

ACL 2012: Music for Synagogues & Cathedrals

The music of organized religion is often bland when it has no right to be.  The subject matter is the breadth of life, from the heights of heaven and depths of hell to unknowable mysteries, hallowed understandings, and transcendent awe.

John 3:16 ~ Visions of the Hereafter

It comes as a slight surprise to learn that Visions of the Hereafter is the first full-length album from John 3:16, but it turns out that all of his other releases were collaborations or EPs.  So congratulations, Philippe Gerber, you’ve earned it!  It’s

John 3:16 ~ Visions of the Hereafter

It comes as a slight surprise to learn that Visions of the Hereafter is the first full-length album from John 3:16, but it turns out that all of his other releases were collaborations or EPs.  So congratulations, Philippe Gerber, you’ve earned it!  It’s

Blue Sausage Infant ~ Manitou

Manitou is a potpourri of an album: a little drone here, a little rock there, some experimentalism, some dance music.  One can’t glean the full picture from a single track; listening to half of the album only yields half of the

Blue Sausage Infant ~ Manitou

Manitou is a potpourri of an album: a little drone here, a little rock there, some experimentalism, some dance music.  One can’t glean the full picture from a single track; listening to half of the album only yields half of the