Posts Tagged: david murrieta

rj lake ~ Muddledash! OST

What music do you get when you’re a cute cartoon octopus and you get together will all your friends to play some races and celebrate your birthday? Muddledash! is brimming with the joy of friendship, a sweet, pop album of

rj lake ~ Muddledash! OST

What music do you get when you’re a cute cartoon octopus and you get together will all your friends to play some races and celebrate your birthday? Muddledash! is brimming with the joy of friendship, a sweet, pop album of

Sekar DMN ~ Sekar DMN

Sekar DMN is a thoughtful exploration of gamelan orchestras through the terms of post-rock, metal, and noise, and part of what makes the premise interesting is that it was entirely composed and recorded in Indonesia. After all, for all the

Sekar DMN ~ Sekar DMN

Sekar DMN is a thoughtful exploration of gamelan orchestras through the terms of post-rock, metal, and noise, and part of what makes the premise interesting is that it was entirely composed and recorded in Indonesia. After all, for all the

V.A. ~ Notes From the Underground: Experimental Sounds Behind the Iron Curtain

Ever from the Dostoevskian name of this intriguing compilation, there’s a drive to articulate all these avant-garde expressions from beneath the Iron Curtain in the 1970s and 1980s as a form of resistance to the totalitarian utopianism born from the

V.A. ~ Notes From the Underground: Experimental Sounds Behind the Iron Curtain

Ever from the Dostoevskian name of this intriguing compilation, there’s a drive to articulate all these avant-garde expressions from beneath the Iron Curtain in the 1970s and 1980s as a form of resistance to the totalitarian utopianism born from the

Masayoshi Fujita ~ Book of Life

Even when played decisively, the vibraphone’s sounds are delicate and diffuse, a far cry from the clarity of its percussive siblings such as the xylophone or the marimba. To these instruments’ strong presence, the vibraphone opposes an absence-in-the-making, a living

Masayoshi Fujita ~ Book of Life

Even when played decisively, the vibraphone’s sounds are delicate and diffuse, a far cry from the clarity of its percussive siblings such as the xylophone or the marimba. To these instruments’ strong presence, the vibraphone opposes an absence-in-the-making, a living

Meuko! Meuko! ~ 鬼島 Ghost Island

A fast and fierce story accompanies this intriguing EP by Taiwanese artist Meuko! Meuko! It tells of a dream in which the narrator finds herself a part of a small gang of scavenger children in a Blade Runner landscape of

Meuko! Meuko! ~ 鬼島 Ghost Island

A fast and fierce story accompanies this intriguing EP by Taiwanese artist Meuko! Meuko! It tells of a dream in which the narrator finds herself a part of a small gang of scavenger children in a Blade Runner landscape of

Vacuamoenia ~ Panphonia

Seeing, goes the theory, necessarily modifies what is being seen. That’s not even considering the effects of perspective, which is to say the mental articulation of meanings and associations in a particular language about whatever’s under observation. If field recording

Vacuamoenia ~ Panphonia

Seeing, goes the theory, necessarily modifies what is being seen. That’s not even considering the effects of perspective, which is to say the mental articulation of meanings and associations in a particular language about whatever’s under observation. If field recording

Gao Hong & Issam Rafea ~ Life As Is: The Blending of Ancient Souls from Syria and China

The question of whether music is an “universal language” or not has always been, for me, an interesting one, even if it is more often than not framed in the colonialist discourse that essentially equates ‘universal’ with ‘European’. Yet, here

Gao Hong & Issam Rafea ~ Life As Is: The Blending of Ancient Souls from Syria and China

The question of whether music is an “universal language” or not has always been, for me, an interesting one, even if it is more often than not framed in the colonialist discourse that essentially equates ‘universal’ with ‘European’. Yet, here