Posts Tagged: Birds of Passage

LCNL 014: ACL 2012 Mix

LCNL 014: Best of 2012 Mix by the new objective Download: http://bit.ly/ACLOSERLISTEN2012 Well my friends, 2012 is coming to a close and as I look back it has been quite a strong year for experimental music.  We also just celebrated

LCNL 014: ACL 2012 Mix

LCNL 014: Best of 2012 Mix by the new objective Download: http://bit.ly/ACLOSERLISTEN2012 Well my friends, 2012 is coming to a close and as I look back it has been quite a strong year for experimental music.  We also just celebrated

Premiere: Birds of Passage – “The Numinous Place”

A Closer Listen is proud to present the world premiere of a new track by Alicia Merz aka Birds of Passage entitled “The Numinous Place.” You might remember Merz from Dear and Unfamiliar,  her fabulous collaboration with Leonardo Rosado.  Released on

Premiere: Birds of Passage – “The Numinous Place”

A Closer Listen is proud to present the world premiere of a new track by Alicia Merz aka Birds of Passage entitled “The Numinous Place.” You might remember Merz from Dear and Unfamiliar,  her fabulous collaboration with Leonardo Rosado.  Released on

Brother Sun, Sister Moon ~ Brother Sun, Sister Moon

Collaborative projects are tricky beasts at the best of times. Just a few years ago, they would consist of two, three or more musicians sitting in a room together and hoping something would spark. More recently, there’s been no need

Brother Sun, Sister Moon ~ Brother Sun, Sister Moon

Collaborative projects are tricky beasts at the best of times. Just a few years ago, they would consist of two, three or more musicians sitting in a room together and hoping something would spark. More recently, there’s been no need

Birds of Passage & I’ve Lost ~ I Was All You Are

The cover of I Was All You Are says it all: blinding sunshine, dried weeds, a woman walking alone.  Alicia Merz (Birds of Passage) seems to have been raised in haziness, forever existing just a bit out of focus.  When

Birds of Passage & I’ve Lost ~ I Was All You Are

The cover of I Was All You Are says it all: blinding sunshine, dried weeds, a woman walking alone.  Alicia Merz (Birds of Passage) seems to have been raised in haziness, forever existing just a bit out of focus.  When