Posts Tagged: bvdub

bvdub ~ A Careful Ecstasy

The sequel to Serenity, A Careful Ecstasy continues Brock Van Wey’s fine vein of form. A Careful Ecstasy drapes a clearer veil of melancholia over herself, and this is quite a change for the usually sanguine bvdub. If Serenity was head over heels in love,

bvdub ~ A Careful Ecstasy

The sequel to Serenity, A Careful Ecstasy continues Brock Van Wey’s fine vein of form. A Careful Ecstasy drapes a clearer veil of melancholia over herself, and this is quite a change for the usually sanguine bvdub. If Serenity was head over heels in love,

ACL 2012: Top Ten Ambient

A Closer Listen receives more submissions in the Ambient field than in any other, which means that our ambient artists must try even harder to stand out.  This seems ironic, since the nature of ambient music has been not to stand out.

ACL 2012: Top Ten Ambient

A Closer Listen receives more submissions in the Ambient field than in any other, which means that our ambient artists must try even harder to stand out.  This seems ironic, since the nature of ambient music has been not to stand out.

bvdub ~ Serenity

The amount of music bvdub has made available to the public in recent years makes one wonder whether he is trying to break the record for most albums released per year, as he can’t seem to stop making music.  Whether Mr. Van

bvdub ~ Serenity

The amount of music bvdub has made available to the public in recent years makes one wonder whether he is trying to break the record for most albums released per year, as he can’t seem to stop making music.  Whether Mr. Van

bvdub ~ The First Day

San Francisco artist Brock Van Wey aka bvdub has been making music nonstop lately, thankfully without ever sacrificing quantity for quality. As with some of his most recent (wonderful) releases, the 20-minute, minimal electronic symphonies of The First Day are

bvdub ~ The First Day

San Francisco artist Brock Van Wey aka bvdub has been making music nonstop lately, thankfully without ever sacrificing quantity for quality. As with some of his most recent (wonderful) releases, the 20-minute, minimal electronic symphonies of The First Day are