Posts Tagged: Denovali

Ricardo Donoso ~ Re_Calibrate

Re_Calibrate is the counterpart to 2018’s Calibrate, an industrial album that has aged particularly well.  The rounded geometrical shapes on the cover have been replaced by angles, but the sense of drama remains intact; if anything, it’s been amplified.  This is the

Ricardo Donoso ~ Re_Calibrate

Re_Calibrate is the counterpart to 2018’s Calibrate, an industrial album that has aged particularly well.  The rounded geometrical shapes on the cover have been replaced by angles, but the sense of drama remains intact; if anything, it’s been amplified.  This is the

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

SaffronKeira ~ Automatism

A decade ago a Welsh man woke up in his camper van and strangled his wife of almost 40 years to death. After 10 months in prison on remand, he was cleared of murder and walked free. The man suffered

SaffronKeira ~ Automatism

A decade ago a Welsh man woke up in his camper van and strangled his wife of almost 40 years to death. After 10 months in prison on remand, he was cleared of murder and walked free. The man suffered

The Pirate Ship Quintet ~ Emitter

Last week, we chose Emitter as our pick of the season in post-rock.  It’s been a long journey for the Bristol band, a dozen years spent at sea.  The course of The Pirate Ship Quintet led through troubled waters, but now the ship is

The Pirate Ship Quintet ~ Emitter

Last week, we chose Emitter as our pick of the season in post-rock.  It’s been a long journey for the Bristol band, a dozen years spent at sea.  The course of The Pirate Ship Quintet led through troubled waters, but now the ship is

ACL 2018 ~ The Top 20 Albums of the Year

After 2500 submissions and 350 reviews, we finally have a winner!  Our top album of 2018 comes from a prolific female artist who has unveiled a dozen releases in the last five years.  This one is her best to date.

ACL 2018 ~ The Top 20 Albums of the Year

After 2500 submissions and 350 reviews, we finally have a winner!  Our top album of 2018 comes from a prolific female artist who has unveiled a dozen releases in the last five years.  This one is her best to date.

ACL 2018 ~ Top Ten Rock, Post-Rock, Folk & Jazz

2018 started off slowly for post-rock, but picked up steam in the closing months.  Many of our favorite acts were quiet this year, leaving the door open for others to be noticed.  One band even made a triumphant return after

ACL 2018 ~ Top Ten Rock, Post-Rock, Folk & Jazz

2018 started off slowly for post-rock, but picked up steam in the closing months.  Many of our favorite acts were quiet this year, leaving the door open for others to be noticed.  One band even made a triumphant return after

Ricardo Donoso ~ Calibrate

With Calibrate, Ricardo Donoso continues to offer the best of 21st-century industrial dance music.  Preserving the sci-fi and factory tinges of 80s industrial, he adds THX-volume drama and grime-tinged, off-kilter beats, resulting in a sound unique to this era. “Rendering the Ineffable” is

Ricardo Donoso ~ Calibrate

With Calibrate, Ricardo Donoso continues to offer the best of 21st-century industrial dance music.  Preserving the sci-fi and factory tinges of 80s industrial, he adds THX-volume drama and grime-tinged, off-kilter beats, resulting in a sound unique to this era. “Rendering the Ineffable” is