Posts Tagged: david murrieta

*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

V/A ~ Anthology of Electroacoustic Lebanese Music

A black and white picture of a fence and the wreckage of a modern(ist) building: that is our welcome to this Anthology of Electroacoustic Lebanese Music, featuring artists primarily based in Beirut. EAM and its more extreme sibling EAI are

V/A ~ Anthology of Electroacoustic Lebanese Music

A black and white picture of a fence and the wreckage of a modern(ist) building: that is our welcome to this Anthology of Electroacoustic Lebanese Music, featuring artists primarily based in Beirut. EAM and its more extreme sibling EAI are

Tajak ~ Ciclos

A swirl at the edge of an emotional cliff, a bright light pouring from a crack in the back of your skull – the psychedelic pathways opened by Mexican band Tajak are diverse and multiple, but they all come back

Tajak ~ Ciclos

A swirl at the edge of an emotional cliff, a bright light pouring from a crack in the back of your skull – the psychedelic pathways opened by Mexican band Tajak are diverse and multiple, but they all come back

Chris Corsano & Bill Orcutt ~ Brace Up!

What’s in an involuntary gesture? We’re used to framing it as a loss of control, but we could also conceive of tics and physiological tremors as a bodily effort to take said control back, to call the attention of an

Chris Corsano & Bill Orcutt ~ Brace Up!

What’s in an involuntary gesture? We’re used to framing it as a loss of control, but we could also conceive of tics and physiological tremors as a bodily effort to take said control back, to call the attention of an

R.A.N. ~ Şeb-i Yelda

Şeb-i Yelda, a Syriac-Persian term signifying “the longest night”, is R.A.N.’s way of romantically historicizing the current situation of the Middle East she calls a homeland. The term, however, also makes reference to an Iranian festival celebrated on the winter

R.A.N. ~ Şeb-i Yelda

Şeb-i Yelda, a Syriac-Persian term signifying “the longest night”, is R.A.N.’s way of romantically historicizing the current situation of the Middle East she calls a homeland. The term, however, also makes reference to an Iranian festival celebrated on the winter

*Press A* ~ The Rhythm of Violence in the Hotline Miami Soundtrack

Hotline Miami (2012) is an utterly violent game enamored with the question of agency as well as gaming’s long-standing depictions of different kinds of aggression, and it has one of the most powerful soundtracks in the medium’s recent history. Not only

*Press A* ~ The Rhythm of Violence in the Hotline Miami Soundtrack

Hotline Miami (2012) is an utterly violent game enamored with the question of agency as well as gaming’s long-standing depictions of different kinds of aggression, and it has one of the most powerful soundtracks in the medium’s recent history. Not only

Common Eider, King Eider ~ A Wound of Body

A Wound of Body is the first part of a two-album series by dark ambient experimentalist Common Eider, King Eider, which delves into “wounds at once physical and spiritual, social and societal, natural and environmental”. A harsh fragility permeates the entire

Common Eider, King Eider ~ A Wound of Body

A Wound of Body is the first part of a two-album series by dark ambient experimentalist Common Eider, King Eider, which delves into “wounds at once physical and spiritual, social and societal, natural and environmental”. A harsh fragility permeates the entire