Posts Tagged: Anna Rose Carter

Sound Propositions 013: Gregory Euclide (THESIS Project)

Sound Propositions is an ongoing, semi-regular series of conversations with artists exploring their creative practices and individual aesthetics, conceived of as a counter-narrative to a dominant trend in music journalism which fetishizes equipment and new technologies. For the first time, the

Sound Propositions 013: Gregory Euclide (THESIS Project)

Sound Propositions is an ongoing, semi-regular series of conversations with artists exploring their creative practices and individual aesthetics, conceived of as a counter-narrative to a dominant trend in music journalism which fetishizes equipment and new technologies. For the first time, the

Dead Light ~ S/T

One shouldn’t drench tape in vinegar or heat it in the microwave.  Nor should one use an ice cube tray to repeatedly freeze a hydrophone, or place screwdrivers across the strings of a piano.  Yet these are things that Anna

Dead Light ~ S/T

One shouldn’t drench tape in vinegar or heat it in the microwave.  Nor should one use an ice cube tray to repeatedly freeze a hydrophone, or place screwdrivers across the strings of a piano.  Yet these are things that Anna

If you like piano music, you need to read this.

1631 Recordings has just gone absolutely bonkers, releasing 15 works in the span of only a few weeks.  The release slate includes new albums, EPs, remixes, reissues, best-ofs, and enough ivory to stretch from sunup to sundown.  Piano lovers, rejoice!

If you like piano music, you need to read this.

1631 Recordings has just gone absolutely bonkers, releasing 15 works in the span of only a few weeks.  The release slate includes new albums, EPs, remixes, reissues, best-ofs, and enough ivory to stretch from sunup to sundown.  Piano lovers, rejoice!

Moon Ate the Dark ~ Molt and Grow

Last year’s self-titled debut from Moon Ate the Dark enchanted our readers, who made it our most popular review of 2012.  The head of Brian Records was so taken by the album that he asked the duo to record a 2-track follow-up

Moon Ate the Dark ~ Molt and Grow

Last year’s self-titled debut from Moon Ate the Dark enchanted our readers, who made it our most popular review of 2012.  The head of Brian Records was so taken by the album that he asked the duo to record a 2-track follow-up

Moon Ate the Dark ~ Moon Ate the Dark

A clinical approach to the piano is always dull, no matter how good the composition, but infused emotion is always alluring, even when the compositions are simple.  The strength of Anna Rose Carter is that she feels what she plays.  Her emotion

Moon Ate the Dark ~ Moon Ate the Dark

A clinical approach to the piano is always dull, no matter how good the composition, but infused emotion is always alluring, even when the compositions are simple.  The strength of Anna Rose Carter is that she feels what she plays.  Her emotion