Posts Tagged: Anoice

ACL 2012: The Top 20 Albums of the Year

Thousands of releases, hundreds of reviews, and it all comes down to this: the Top Twenty instrumental and experimental releases of 2012.  This isn’t just the one percent; it’s a small percent of a percent, the cream of the crop.

ACL 2012: The Top 20 Albums of the Year

Thousands of releases, hundreds of reviews, and it all comes down to this: the Top Twenty instrumental and experimental releases of 2012.  This isn’t just the one percent; it’s a small percent of a percent, the cream of the crop.

ACL 2012: Top Ten Rock & Post Rock

Rock, Post-Rock, Folk & Jazz is an umbrella category that is dominated by, but not exclusive to post-rock.  As evidenced by this year’s incredibly diverse selection, the old horse seems to have no intention of lying down any time soon.

ACL 2012: Top Ten Rock & Post Rock

Rock, Post-Rock, Folk & Jazz is an umbrella category that is dominated by, but not exclusive to post-rock.  As evidenced by this year’s incredibly diverse selection, the old horse seems to have no intention of lying down any time soon.

ACL 2012: The Year’s Best Album Covers

These are times of widespread disconnect, and music is one of the most genuine ways for a person all alone to feel understood. We’re seeing DIY backlashes against this loss of connection everywhere (Just look into the boom on homesteading

ACL 2012: The Year’s Best Album Covers

These are times of widespread disconnect, and music is one of the most genuine ways for a person all alone to feel understood. We’re seeing DIY backlashes against this loss of connection everywhere (Just look into the boom on homesteading

Anoice ~ The Black Rain

Yoko Shinto’s cover illustration is incredibly beguiling: simultaneously dark and light, mysterious and accessible, a treasure trove of associations.  We see a weeping woman on a cliff, her tears mingling with the rain and the flood.  The broken land in

Anoice ~ The Black Rain

Yoko Shinto’s cover illustration is incredibly beguiling: simultaneously dark and light, mysterious and accessible, a treasure trove of associations.  We see a weeping woman on a cliff, her tears mingling with the rain and the flood.  The broken land in