Posts Tagged: Ben Frost

ACL 2017 ~ Top Ten Experimental

This may be where music is headed ~ but then again, maybe not.  These artists are iconoclastic in their approach to sound.  From radio waves to distortion, puppetry to improvisation, they blaze their own trails, and those who can’t keep

ACL 2017 ~ Top Ten Experimental

This may be where music is headed ~ but then again, maybe not.  These artists are iconoclastic in their approach to sound.  From radio waves to distortion, puppetry to improvisation, they blaze their own trails, and those who can’t keep

Ben Frost ~ The Centre Cannot Hold

The Centre Cannot Hold arrives two months and a day after the EP Threshold of Faith, and stems from sessions Ben Frost recorded with Steve Albini.  Now we learn that the EP contains alternate versions and remixes of songs from the main album along

Ben Frost ~ The Centre Cannot Hold

The Centre Cannot Hold arrives two months and a day after the EP Threshold of Faith, and stems from sessions Ben Frost recorded with Steve Albini.  Now we learn that the EP contains alternate versions and remixes of songs from the main album along

Ben Frost ~ Threshold of Faith

Last week, Ben Frost pulled a Beyoncé by dropping a surprise mini-album.  Those who follow Frost (literally, as in It Follows) might have seen this coming, but the rest of us were caught happily off guard.  Threshold of Faith is the first evidence of last

Ben Frost ~ Threshold of Faith

Last week, Ben Frost pulled a Beyoncé by dropping a surprise mini-album.  Those who follow Frost (literally, as in It Follows) might have seen this coming, but the rest of us were caught happily off guard.  Threshold of Faith is the first evidence of last

Matthew Collings ~ Splintered Instruments

Splintered Instruments calls to mind a seemingly unintentional question:  “Why don’t we listen to pop music?”  By we, I mean those reading this review, and by listen, I mean primarily ~ as there’s no escape from the popular tunes of the day.  The

Matthew Collings ~ Splintered Instruments

Splintered Instruments calls to mind a seemingly unintentional question:  “Why don’t we listen to pop music?”  By we, I mean those reading this review, and by listen, I mean primarily ~ as there’s no escape from the popular tunes of the day.  The