Posts Tagged: Blackford Hill

Blackford Hill ~ Transmissions / Volume One

Simon Lewin’s recently founded Blackford Hill label continues its amazing run of releases with the charity compilation Transmissions / Volume One.  All profits go to the housing and homelessness charity Shelter. The 2CD hardback edition is a treasure, with 32 pages of extras

Blackford Hill ~ Transmissions / Volume One

Simon Lewin’s recently founded Blackford Hill label continues its amazing run of releases with the charity compilation Transmissions / Volume One.  All profits go to the housing and homelessness charity Shelter. The 2CD hardback edition is a treasure, with 32 pages of extras

V/A ~ Test Transmission

On the one hand, Pandemic Time is a terrible time to launch a journal.  On the other, people are begging for new content.  So when Blackford Hill announced the inaugural issue of Oscillations, we couldn’t help but be excited.  After all,

V/A ~ Test Transmission

On the one hand, Pandemic Time is a terrible time to launch a journal.  On the other, people are begging for new content.  So when Blackford Hill announced the inaugural issue of Oscillations, we couldn’t help but be excited.  After all,

ACL 2020 ~ The Happiest Music of the Year

The year was so rough that we feared there would be no happy music.  Thankfully, we found that we had reviewed plenty in every genre!  The very concept of happiness is difficult to define, and a wide definition includes inner

ACL 2020 ~ The Happiest Music of the Year

The year was so rough that we feared there would be no happy music.  Thankfully, we found that we had reviewed plenty in every genre!  The very concept of happiness is difficult to define, and a wide definition includes inner

Simon Kirby, Tommy Perman and Rob St. John ~ Sing the Gloaming

A wealth of material arrives with Sing the Gloaming, enough to power a dissertation.  And yet, the release itself is pure and simple: an exploration of words that start with the letters gl.  The project is reminiscent of the classic children’s program The

Simon Kirby, Tommy Perman and Rob St. John ~ Sing the Gloaming

A wealth of material arrives with Sing the Gloaming, enough to power a dissertation.  And yet, the release itself is pure and simple: an exploration of words that start with the letters gl.  The project is reminiscent of the classic children’s program The