Posts Tagged: Brian Records

James Norman ~ Micro Record Label

Micro Record Label is a delightful new book from James Norman of Brian Records fame.  We’ve reviewed music from his label before, which earns us a mention at the top of page 106 and makes this book one of our favorite books

James Norman ~ Micro Record Label

Micro Record Label is a delightful new book from James Norman of Brian Records fame.  We’ve reviewed music from his label before, which earns us a mention at the top of page 106 and makes this book one of our favorite books

Ersatz ~ Hints of…

Shining pure white, Ersatz’s peaceful wings of sound take the listener into a place of refuge. Hints of… is ghostly, intangible music, rolling and swelling, gliding as gracefully as a swan in mid-flight but doing something much more daring with its tone.

Ersatz ~ Hints of…

Shining pure white, Ersatz’s peaceful wings of sound take the listener into a place of refuge. Hints of… is ghostly, intangible music, rolling and swelling, gliding as gracefully as a swan in mid-flight but doing something much more daring with its tone.

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

Johan G Winther ~ Of Use

The first wave of recorded music was physical, the second digital, and the third personal.  One of the best things to come from the digital revolution was a response from the creative art industry: a wash of physical releases that

Johan G Winther ~ Of Use

The first wave of recorded music was physical, the second digital, and the third personal.  One of the best things to come from the digital revolution was a response from the creative art industry: a wash of physical releases that