Posts Tagged: Amok Recordings

ACL 2015: Music for Haunted Houses

Why are we publishing our first year-end list two months early?  The answer should be obvious: it’s Halloween week!  This follow-up to last year’s Music for Haunted Houses feature covers the best haunted house music released this year.  Now prepare to be scared!

ACL 2015: Music for Haunted Houses

Why are we publishing our first year-end list two months early?  The answer should be obvious: it’s Halloween week!  This follow-up to last year’s Music for Haunted Houses feature covers the best haunted house music released this year.  Now prepare to be scared!

Chains Made of Chalk ~ S/T

While digging in the sonic dirt, Amok Recordings unearthed a dark gem with sinister powers.  To protect its listeners, the label broke the gem into four equal parts.  But beware!  Play these four CD3″s sequentially and you may become possessed by

Chains Made of Chalk ~ S/T

While digging in the sonic dirt, Amok Recordings unearthed a dark gem with sinister powers.  To protect its listeners, the label broke the gem into four equal parts.  But beware!  Play these four CD3″s sequentially and you may become possessed by

Johnny Kember ~ Sing Away Sorrow

Sing Away Sorrow may be subtitled A Study in Modular Synthesis Vol. 1, but don’t be fooled; there is more here than the title indicates.  The tape may start with theremin-like tones, but by the time it ends, the artist has wandered

Johnny Kember ~ Sing Away Sorrow

Sing Away Sorrow may be subtitled A Study in Modular Synthesis Vol. 1, but don’t be fooled; there is more here than the title indicates.  The tape may start with theremin-like tones, but by the time it ends, the artist has wandered

Justin Scott Gray ~ Adult Music

I have no option but to say this outright: Adult Music is a lovely album. It is both a celebration and a melancholic remembrance, at least in the way it intertwines the softness of its production with slowly treading rhythms,

Justin Scott Gray ~ Adult Music

I have no option but to say this outright: Adult Music is a lovely album. It is both a celebration and a melancholic remembrance, at least in the way it intertwines the softness of its production with slowly treading rhythms,