Posts Tagged: david murrieta

Microtub ~ Chronic Shift

Microtub’s proposition is unique: to record, inside an empty water tower, two musical pieces in just intonation performed by a tuba trio – hence the microtonal reference of the group’s name. There’s a few timely interventions by analog synthesizers (one

Microtub ~ Chronic Shift

Microtub’s proposition is unique: to record, inside an empty water tower, two musical pieces in just intonation performed by a tuba trio – hence the microtonal reference of the group’s name. There’s a few timely interventions by analog synthesizers (one

Several Wives ~ Göldi fell

Dreams, confessions, and references to deadly Biblical women form the ethereal imagery of Several Wives’ Göldi fell, its pensive, hypnotic drones evoking those symbolist 19th century paintings in which orientalism is a gateway to the edges of reason, to a

Several Wives ~ Göldi fell

Dreams, confessions, and references to deadly Biblical women form the ethereal imagery of Several Wives’ Göldi fell, its pensive, hypnotic drones evoking those symbolist 19th century paintings in which orientalism is a gateway to the edges of reason, to a

*Press A* ~ Far Cry: New Dawn, Can Androids Pray, Katana ZERO (Remixes)

Tyler Bates & John Swihart ~ Far Cry: New Dawn Unlike the constantly pounding and dramatic tracks of Far Cry 5, the music in New Dawn is much more atmospheric, emphasizing not the very weight of beliefs in a world’s

*Press A* ~ Far Cry: New Dawn, Can Androids Pray, Katana ZERO (Remixes)

Tyler Bates & John Swihart ~ Far Cry: New Dawn Unlike the constantly pounding and dramatic tracks of Far Cry 5, the music in New Dawn is much more atmospheric, emphasizing not the very weight of beliefs in a world’s

*Press A* ~ 2019’s Best Videogame Soundtracks So Far

Compared to how breathless we were by the end of 2018 (see our “2018 Leftovers” mini-series), the first half of 2019 has been lower-key for stand-out videogame soundtrack releases. We at *Press A* had to widen our listening to uncover

*Press A* ~ 2019’s Best Videogame Soundtracks So Far

Compared to how breathless we were by the end of 2018 (see our “2018 Leftovers” mini-series), the first half of 2019 has been lower-key for stand-out videogame soundtrack releases. We at *Press A* had to widen our listening to uncover

*Press A* ~ Voidrun, Yuppie Psycho

Pentadrangle ~  Voidrun Voidrun is, without a doubt, one of the most enjoyable chiptune surprises of the year. It does what its MIDI-inspired kind of electronic does best: mash genres up into unique, new-sounding music. It’s got an old-school metallic

*Press A* ~ Voidrun, Yuppie Psycho

Pentadrangle ~  Voidrun Voidrun is, without a doubt, one of the most enjoyable chiptune surprises of the year. It does what its MIDI-inspired kind of electronic does best: mash genres up into unique, new-sounding music. It’s got an old-school metallic

Mukqs ~ SD Biomix

When we imagine things like cyborgs and the integration of technology with biology we are usually continuing a long-running philosophical division between ‘natural’ and ‘artificial’, one we tend to exaggerate in the images of robotic arms and microchip-enhanced eyes. Arguably,

Mukqs ~ SD Biomix

When we imagine things like cyborgs and the integration of technology with biology we are usually continuing a long-running philosophical division between ‘natural’ and ‘artificial’, one we tend to exaggerate in the images of robotic arms and microchip-enhanced eyes. Arguably,

Juri Seo ~ Respiri

Interrelation is at the heart of Juri Seo’s Respiri, the connective tissue that binds all those things we think of as separate or incompatible. Classical and avant-garde, simple and complex, warm and cold, tonal and atonal – the list goes

Juri Seo ~ Respiri

Interrelation is at the heart of Juri Seo’s Respiri, the connective tissue that binds all those things we think of as separate or incompatible. Classical and avant-garde, simple and complex, warm and cold, tonal and atonal – the list goes