Posts Tagged: Deutsche Grammophon

ACL 2015: The Top 20 Albums of the Year

Rich picked Matana Roberts, Chris picked Michael Price, James picked Ian William Craig, David picked Holly Herndon and Joe picked Heroin in Tahiti.  But this year’s #1, one of the longest albums ever recorded, drew support from across the board.

ACL 2015: The Top 20 Albums of the Year

Rich picked Matana Roberts, Chris picked Michael Price, James picked Ian William Craig, David picked Holly Herndon and Joe picked Heroin in Tahiti.  But this year’s #1, one of the longest albums ever recorded, drew support from across the board.

ACL 2015: Top Ten Ambient

We received and reviewed more ambient music in 2015 than any other genre.  Yet conversely, we also received and didn’t review more ambient music than in any other genre.  Ambient is a tricky form, so often eager to melt into the background.

ACL 2015: Top Ten Ambient

We received and reviewed more ambient music in 2015 than any other genre.  Yet conversely, we also received and didn’t review more ambient music than in any other genre.  Ambient is a tricky form, so often eager to melt into the background.

Max Richter ~ Sleep

One of the year’s most ambitious projects, Max Richter‘s 8-hour, 25-minute Sleep (and accompanying highlight disc, from Sleep) is designed to send people to sleep and to keep them company throughout the night.  An upcoming series of overnight concerts in Berlin (with beds) will

Max Richter ~ Sleep

One of the year’s most ambitious projects, Max Richter‘s 8-hour, 25-minute Sleep (and accompanying highlight disc, from Sleep) is designed to send people to sleep and to keep them company throughout the night.  An upcoming series of overnight concerts in Berlin (with beds) will

Anna Thorvaldsdottir ~ Aerial

Rhízōma was one of the first albums we ever reviewed, back in early 2012.  Our little site has grown a lot since then, and so has Anna Thorvaldsdottir, whose newest album fulfills the promise shown on the former work.  Now on Deutsche

Anna Thorvaldsdottir ~ Aerial

Rhízōma was one of the first albums we ever reviewed, back in early 2012.  Our little site has grown a lot since then, and so has Anna Thorvaldsdottir, whose newest album fulfills the promise shown on the former work.  Now on Deutsche