Posts Tagged: Denovali

Birds of Passage ~ The Death of Our Invention

Alicia Merz cultivates wilderness within vulnerability. The New Zealand singer-songwriter known as Birds of Passage pens faded folk frayed by silvery drones, attic songs whispered while one’s parents quarrel downstairs. But The Death of Our Invention doesn’t sag with what’s

Birds of Passage ~ The Death of Our Invention

Alicia Merz cultivates wilderness within vulnerability. The New Zealand singer-songwriter known as Birds of Passage pens faded folk frayed by silvery drones, attic songs whispered while one’s parents quarrel downstairs. But The Death of Our Invention doesn’t sag with what’s

Philipp Rumsch Ensemble ~ Reflections

Far from the pensive or maudlin connotations usually associated with reflecting in a musical context, Philipp Rumsch likely titled his debut LP after the idea of collisions – not of light, but sound. Extensively trained and with youthful exuberance, the

Philipp Rumsch Ensemble ~ Reflections

Far from the pensive or maudlin connotations usually associated with reflecting in a musical context, Philipp Rumsch likely titled his debut LP after the idea of collisions – not of light, but sound. Extensively trained and with youthful exuberance, the

Nanook of the North ~ S/T

2018 has been a great year for new scores to old films. We’ve already heard such music from Bronnt Industries Kapital and múm, and now Nanook of the North gets into the action with their reimagined score to the 1922 film of the

Nanook of the North ~ S/T

2018 has been a great year for new scores to old films. We’ve already heard such music from Bronnt Industries Kapital and múm, and now Nanook of the North gets into the action with their reimagined score to the 1922 film of the

The Eye of Time ~ Myth I: A Last Dance for the Things We Love

Marc Euvrie (The Eye of Time) has embarked on an ambitious project, a triptych of releases inspired by loneliness, the power of myth and global conditions.  The cover art, a recent photograph by Emin Özmen, demonstrates the contrast between hope and

The Eye of Time ~ Myth I: A Last Dance for the Things We Love

Marc Euvrie (The Eye of Time) has embarked on an ambitious project, a triptych of releases inspired by loneliness, the power of myth and global conditions.  The cover art, a recent photograph by Emin Özmen, demonstrates the contrast between hope and

Petrels ~ Jörð

Let us go forth, the tellers of tales, and seize whatever prey the heart longs for, and have no fear.  Everything exists, everything is true, and the earth is only a little dust under our feet. This quote, from W.B.

Petrels ~ Jörð

Let us go forth, the tellers of tales, and seize whatever prey the heart longs for, and have no fear.  Everything exists, everything is true, and the earth is only a little dust under our feet. This quote, from W.B.

Kuba Kapsa Ensemble ~ Vantdraught 4

Much has changed since Vantdraught 10 Vol. 1.  The Kuba Kapsa Ensemble, led by Polish pianist and composer Kuba Kapsa, has grown leaner and more complex, shedding six players as well as the previous album’s rampant repetition.  The result is a compact

Kuba Kapsa Ensemble ~ Vantdraught 4

Much has changed since Vantdraught 10 Vol. 1.  The Kuba Kapsa Ensemble, led by Polish pianist and composer Kuba Kapsa, has grown leaner and more complex, shedding six players as well as the previous album’s rampant repetition.  The result is a compact

Ricardo Donoso ~ Quintessence

Ricardo Donoso has established a sublime symbiotic relationship with Denovali.  After the success of Saravá Exu and Machine to Machine, the label rewarded his talent with a compilation of early works and a remix set.  Now the artist has returned with

Ricardo Donoso ~ Quintessence

Ricardo Donoso has established a sublime symbiotic relationship with Denovali.  After the success of Saravá Exu and Machine to Machine, the label rewarded his talent with a compilation of early works and a remix set.  Now the artist has returned with