Posts Tagged: Chris Redfearn-Murray

Elliot Cole ~ Nightflower

Obey it sentence syntax understandable a make must to. Make any sense? Quickly read, it’s garbage; slowly read – more than once – its meaning probably emerges. In so doing, that meaning is actually jeopardized – turns out a sentence

Elliot Cole ~ Nightflower

Obey it sentence syntax understandable a make must to. Make any sense? Quickly read, it’s garbage; slowly read – more than once – its meaning probably emerges. In so doing, that meaning is actually jeopardized – turns out a sentence

Mono ~ Nowhere Now Here

Over a lifespan nearing its third decade, Mono have always tackled dualities from the most grand to the most human: heaven and hell, conflict and calm, presence and absence. Their music has mirrored these concepts: roars and whispers; marathons and

Mono ~ Nowhere Now Here

Over a lifespan nearing its third decade, Mono have always tackled dualities from the most grand to the most human: heaven and hell, conflict and calm, presence and absence. Their music has mirrored these concepts: roars and whispers; marathons and

*Press A* 2018 ~ The Year’s Best Videogame Soundtracks

This year the proliferation of unique styles and new approaches to old genres brought videogame soundtracks to what is perhaps a new high in quality and thought. From niche to popular composers, classical traditions to synthwave, everything we celebrate from

*Press A* 2018 ~ The Year’s Best Videogame Soundtracks

This year the proliferation of unique styles and new approaches to old genres brought videogame soundtracks to what is perhaps a new high in quality and thought. From niche to popular composers, classical traditions to synthwave, everything we celebrate from

Mésange ~ Gypsy Moth

With a French name for a common bird and an album title alluding to journeying, metamorphosis and reaching to light, Mésange convey a great deal of imagery, themes and ideals in three short words. The captivating sounds this UK-based duo

Mésange ~ Gypsy Moth

With a French name for a common bird and an album title alluding to journeying, metamorphosis and reaching to light, Mésange convey a great deal of imagery, themes and ideals in three short words. The captivating sounds this UK-based duo

Tim Shiel ~ Glowing Pains: Music from The Gardens Between / Interview

There’s a tension to reconcile when crafting a videogame soundtrack that plays on the mind of Tim Shiel. ‘Normal’ music has a defined path – a start, middle and end – but videogame music is very much nonlinear, dictated or

Tim Shiel ~ Glowing Pains: Music from The Gardens Between / Interview

There’s a tension to reconcile when crafting a videogame soundtrack that plays on the mind of Tim Shiel. ‘Normal’ music has a defined path – a start, middle and end – but videogame music is very much nonlinear, dictated or

Klangriket ~ Tjärn

A chilling mist quickly dissipates, revealing a sweet surround. Often an EP carries a weight that its longer-format sibling cannot bear. Where an LP usually requires variety and/or a sense of development to hold attention, an EP can concisely state

Klangriket ~ Tjärn

A chilling mist quickly dissipates, revealing a sweet surround. Often an EP carries a weight that its longer-format sibling cannot bear. Where an LP usually requires variety and/or a sense of development to hold attention, an EP can concisely state

Michael Price ~ Tender Symmetry

Tender Symmetry shares two things with the latest release from Nils Frahm: a choir called Shards and an infatuation with the recording space. Just as his label-mate did back in January with All Melody, Michael Price’s new LP focuses almost

Michael Price ~ Tender Symmetry

Tender Symmetry shares two things with the latest release from Nils Frahm: a choir called Shards and an infatuation with the recording space. Just as his label-mate did back in January with All Melody, Michael Price’s new LP focuses almost