Posts Tagged: Daniel Blomquist

ACL 2021 ~ The Year’s Best Winter Music

Over the past decade, we’ve experienced a shift in the tone of winter music.  In more innocent days, winter music was the sound of snow, children skating and sledding, gorgeous piano miniatures that mimicked the patterns of flakes.  This type

ACL 2021 ~ The Year’s Best Winter Music

Over the past decade, we’ve experienced a shift in the tone of winter music.  In more innocent days, winter music was the sound of snow, children skating and sledding, gorgeous piano miniatures that mimicked the patterns of flakes.  This type

ACL 2020 ~ The Year’s Best Winter Music

Winter music is more than a seasonal score; it also represents a state of mind. We’ve all been wintering this year: hunkering down, staying in, waiting for the storm to pass.  Will we simply survive, or will we be able

ACL 2020 ~ The Year’s Best Winter Music

Winter music is more than a seasonal score; it also represents a state of mind. We’ve all been wintering this year: hunkering down, staying in, waiting for the storm to pass.  Will we simply survive, or will we be able

Geographic North ~ Sketch for Winter Series

Is it still winter where you are?  Today is the first day of meteorological spring In the Northern Hemisphere, and in Atlanta, Georgia, the home of Geographic North, it’s cold enough to snow at night and warm enough to wear shorts

Geographic North ~ Sketch for Winter Series

Is it still winter where you are?  Today is the first day of meteorological spring In the Northern Hemisphere, and in Atlanta, Georgia, the home of Geographic North, it’s cold enough to snow at night and warm enough to wear shorts

Daniel Blomquist ~ Nascent/Egress

Soothing and challenging in alternate measures, Daniel Blomquist’s two-track Nascent/Egress is an exercise in erasure and composure, a series of movements abraded like glass in the waves until it possesses a new allure. This happens.  This is something that happens.  The sparse

Daniel Blomquist ~ Nascent/Egress

Soothing and challenging in alternate measures, Daniel Blomquist’s two-track Nascent/Egress is an exercise in erasure and composure, a series of movements abraded like glass in the waves until it possesses a new allure. This happens.  This is something that happens.  The sparse