Posts Tagged: david murrieta

Mario Diaz de Leon ~ Cycle and Reveal

There’s a mythical register to Mario Diaz de Leon’s Cycle and Reveal that is hard to explain, but that seems to come from a certain classicism in the overall development of the music. I’m not referring to the inventions of

Mario Diaz de Leon ~ Cycle and Reveal

There’s a mythical register to Mario Diaz de Leon’s Cycle and Reveal that is hard to explain, but that seems to come from a certain classicism in the overall development of the music. I’m not referring to the inventions of

*Press A* ~ The Long Return

The Long Return is about a lost cub that is retracing the last journey with his mother, which is to say that it’s a game about memory and longing. It would be easy to make dark, trying music to fit

*Press A* ~ The Long Return

The Long Return is about a lost cub that is retracing the last journey with his mother, which is to say that it’s a game about memory and longing. It would be easy to make dark, trying music to fit

Hecker ~ Inspection II

In a 1929 short story entitled “The Hounds of Tindalos”, Frank Belknap Long envisioned an entity (identified as a multiplicity, as “them”, but always acting in unison) that gave the story its name, and which was the terrible side-product of

Hecker ~ Inspection II

In a 1929 short story entitled “The Hounds of Tindalos”, Frank Belknap Long envisioned an entity (identified as a multiplicity, as “them”, but always acting in unison) that gave the story its name, and which was the terrible side-product of

Whettman Chelmets ~ Long Read Memories

Memory is a constant in Whettman Chelmets’ work, but it is not the kind of exploration that centers on the ephemeral and the nostalgic. Instead, his music delves into absence, the failure of recollection, and in this album, the many

Whettman Chelmets ~ Long Read Memories

Memory is a constant in Whettman Chelmets’ work, but it is not the kind of exploration that centers on the ephemeral and the nostalgic. Instead, his music delves into absence, the failure of recollection, and in this album, the many

Carolina Eyck ~ Elegies for Theremin & Voice

By now we’re relatively used to seeing the theremin pop up here and there in different works, be them contemporary/modern classical, prog/kraut rock, EAI, or the genre known as Keiji Haino, but one thing that’s definitely been lacking is the

Carolina Eyck ~ Elegies for Theremin & Voice

By now we’re relatively used to seeing the theremin pop up here and there in different works, be them contemporary/modern classical, prog/kraut rock, EAI, or the genre known as Keiji Haino, but one thing that’s definitely been lacking is the

*Press A* ~ Wilmot’s Warehouse, Chicory EP, Kind Words

Eli Rainsberry ~ Wilmot’s Warehouse Wilmot’s Warehouse begins with a simple, chill electronic sequence that in the span of one minute transforms into a rapid, complex melody. It’s expertly layered, and is indicative of the sheer procedural creativity that informs

*Press A* ~ Wilmot’s Warehouse, Chicory EP, Kind Words

Eli Rainsberry ~ Wilmot’s Warehouse Wilmot’s Warehouse begins with a simple, chill electronic sequence that in the span of one minute transforms into a rapid, complex melody. It’s expertly layered, and is indicative of the sheer procedural creativity that informs

Headboggle ~ Polyphonic Demo

The Polyphonic Demo joins a very special list of vignette albums that incisively approach the ‘industry’ of musicmaking, whether with an ironic cutting edge (The Residents, Jon Rose), or with a more earnest, almost naively inquisitive method (Yasuaki Shimizu). Headboggle

Headboggle ~ Polyphonic Demo

The Polyphonic Demo joins a very special list of vignette albums that incisively approach the ‘industry’ of musicmaking, whether with an ironic cutting edge (The Residents, Jon Rose), or with a more earnest, almost naively inquisitive method (Yasuaki Shimizu). Headboggle