Posts Tagged: david murrieta

Kate Carr ~The Thing Itself and Not the Myth

The Thing Itself and Not the Myth alludes to a powerful poem by Adrienne Rich called “Diving into the Wreck”, which immerses the reader into the depths of exploratory self-transformation. Kate Carr has named each piece after lines and words

Kate Carr ~The Thing Itself and Not the Myth

The Thing Itself and Not the Myth alludes to a powerful poem by Adrienne Rich called “Diving into the Wreck”, which immerses the reader into the depths of exploratory self-transformation. Kate Carr has named each piece after lines and words

*Press A* ~ The Eternal Castle, Cultist Simulator, Night of the Blood Moon

Kiiro ~ The Eternal Castle A game from 1987 that never existed remade, with a brand “new” soundtrack. This is, of course, the premise of any and all synthwave, of which The Eternal Castle is the latest, most exciting example.

*Press A* ~ The Eternal Castle, Cultist Simulator, Night of the Blood Moon

Kiiro ~ The Eternal Castle A game from 1987 that never existed remade, with a brand “new” soundtrack. This is, of course, the premise of any and all synthwave, of which The Eternal Castle is the latest, most exciting example.

*Press A* ~ Even More 2018 Leftovers

These are soundtracks released late into 2018 that are also quite worthy of a few listens, so we hope you enjoy! Monomoon ~ The Colonists The Colonists plays quite well with the thin line that divides ambient soundtracks from more

*Press A* ~ Even More 2018 Leftovers

These are soundtracks released late into 2018 that are also quite worthy of a few listens, so we hope you enjoy! Monomoon ~ The Colonists The Colonists plays quite well with the thin line that divides ambient soundtracks from more

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2018 Leftovers: Kingdom – Two Crowns

The curse of compiling annual lists of our favorite releases is that a few soundtracks are always released too late in the year for us to properly digest. We thus present over the coming days three albums that would have

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2018 Leftovers: Kingdom – Two Crowns

The curse of compiling annual lists of our favorite releases is that a few soundtracks are always released too late in the year for us to properly digest. We thus present over the coming days three albums that would have

Lee Gamble ~ In a Paraventral Scale

In a Paraventral Scale plays with the idea that there might be a musical note set that exists at the sides of the ventral scales, which can be found at the bottom of snakes, smaller and more flexible, covered by

Lee Gamble ~ In a Paraventral Scale

In a Paraventral Scale plays with the idea that there might be a musical note set that exists at the sides of the ventral scales, which can be found at the bottom of snakes, smaller and more flexible, covered by

Black to Comm ~ Seven Horses for Seven Kings

How do you go about capturing regression in an avant-garde form? Experimental approaches will always undermine any traditional references, and even at their most dystopian they will always capture an abrasiveness that is fundamentally new. Seven Horses for Seven Kings

Black to Comm ~ Seven Horses for Seven Kings

How do you go about capturing regression in an avant-garde form? Experimental approaches will always undermine any traditional references, and even at their most dystopian they will always capture an abrasiveness that is fundamentally new. Seven Horses for Seven Kings

Laibach ~ The Sound of Music

By now, you probably know this album’s story: avant-garde collective Laibach go to North Korea in 2015 and become the first Western band to play there ever since the country split in two. What they play is a variation on

Laibach ~ The Sound of Music

By now, you probably know this album’s story: avant-garde collective Laibach go to North Korea in 2015 and become the first Western band to play there ever since the country split in two. What they play is a variation on