Posts Tagged: Clorinde

ACL 2013: The Top 20 Albums of the Year

Over the course of the past year, we received thousands of albums and EPs to pore over, review and discuss.  Out of these, we reviewed approximately 500.  In this feature, we answer the Big Question: Which releases were the best?

ACL 2013: The Top 20 Albums of the Year

Over the course of the past year, we received thousands of albums and EPs to pore over, review and discuss.  Out of these, we reviewed approximately 500.  In this feature, we answer the Big Question: Which releases were the best?

ACL 2013: Top Ten Experimental

What’s new?  The Experimental field has the answers: tortured tapes, disturbing images, military drums, a garden of monsters brought to life.  This selection is where to turn for the most creative and original music of the year.  You’ve been warned!

ACL 2013: Top Ten Experimental

What’s new?  The Experimental field has the answers: tortured tapes, disturbing images, military drums, a garden of monsters brought to life.  This selection is where to turn for the most creative and original music of the year.  You’ve been warned!

LCNL 020: ACL Spring Mix (Richard Allen)

The thirteen tracks in A Closer Listen’s first seasonal mix were chosen by Richard Allen and lightly mixed by Joseph Sannicandro. They represent Rich’s picks of the season: his favorite tracks from the first 120 albums he’s reviewed this year.

LCNL 020: ACL Spring Mix (Richard Allen)

The thirteen tracks in A Closer Listen’s first seasonal mix were chosen by Richard Allen and lightly mixed by Joseph Sannicandro. They represent Rich’s picks of the season: his favorite tracks from the first 120 albums he’s reviewed this year.

Clorinde ~ The Gardens of Bomarzo

Clorinde (London-based Italian brothers Andrea and Simone Salvatici), have been working on their magnum opus for years, and all their hard work has finally paid off.  The Gardens of Bomarzo has an original concept, a healthy variety of sounds and a solid

Clorinde ~ The Gardens of Bomarzo

Clorinde (London-based Italian brothers Andrea and Simone Salvatici), have been working on their magnum opus for years, and all their hard work has finally paid off.  The Gardens of Bomarzo has an original concept, a healthy variety of sounds and a solid