Posts Tagged: Dronarivm

ACL 2015: The Year’s Best Winter Music

Winter music is inspired by winter and sounds like winter, yet winter contains a wide range of inspirations and sounds: from ice-locked ships to children’s games, from piano flurries to fronts of drones.  Its variety is its beauty.  Just as

ACL 2015: The Year’s Best Winter Music

Winter music is inspired by winter and sounds like winter, yet winter contains a wide range of inspirations and sounds: from ice-locked ships to children’s games, from piano flurries to fronts of drones.  Its variety is its beauty.  Just as

Olan Mill ~ Cavade Morlem

Out to sea, emerald waters glint in the dazzling light of July. As you swim, the crystal-blue water rocks against your body. Pure, heavenly shores wait for you. Ambient swells rise languidly and break gently against the shore, clouded in the white daze

Olan Mill ~ Cavade Morlem

Out to sea, emerald waters glint in the dazzling light of July. As you swim, the crystal-blue water rocks against your body. Pure, heavenly shores wait for you. Ambient swells rise languidly and break gently against the shore, clouded in the white daze

Bruno Bavota ~ Mediterraneo

When we last encountered Bruno Bavota, he (or a stand-in) was on a rock, staring out to sea.  The new collection may be called Mediterraneo, but according to the composer, it is not about the sea.  Bavota writes that it is instead about “warmth,

Bruno Bavota ~ Mediterraneo

When we last encountered Bruno Bavota, he (or a stand-in) was on a rock, staring out to sea.  The new collection may be called Mediterraneo, but according to the composer, it is not about the sea.  Bavota writes that it is instead about “warmth,

offthesky ~ Light Loss

Hot on the heels of Possession, a Valentine’s Day album recorded with Carl Ritger and Cody Yantis, Jason Corder (offthesky) enlists the help of eight musicians for Light Loss.  The new work traces the arc of descending winter from first chill to dreary

offthesky ~ Light Loss

Hot on the heels of Possession, a Valentine’s Day album recorded with Carl Ritger and Cody Yantis, Jason Corder (offthesky) enlists the help of eight musicians for Light Loss.  The new work traces the arc of descending winter from first chill to dreary

LCNL 059: Dronarivm mix

This mix comes courtesy of the Dronarivm label, run by Dmitry Taldykin and Bartosz Dziadosz (aka Pleq), presenting a selection of their catalogue.  You can also still download their free x-mas compilation Past Disappears over at Bandcamp.  (And if you

LCNL 059: Dronarivm mix

This mix comes courtesy of the Dronarivm label, run by Dmitry Taldykin and Bartosz Dziadosz (aka Pleq), presenting a selection of their catalogue.  You can also still download their free x-mas compilation Past Disappears over at Bandcamp.  (And if you

Marcus Fjellström ~ Lichtspiel Mutation 2: Alechsis

Between the fury of the opening “Storm” and the raucous of “Finale” exists a highly nuanced and enthralling miniature epic. In a manner true of all Fjellström’s releases so far, the music casts a devilish, unsettling spell on its listeners

Marcus Fjellström ~ Lichtspiel Mutation 2: Alechsis

Between the fury of the opening “Storm” and the raucous of “Finale” exists a highly nuanced and enthralling miniature epic. In a manner true of all Fjellström’s releases so far, the music casts a devilish, unsettling spell on its listeners

Porya Hatami ~ The Garden

One can learn a lot from a snail.  A snail’s pace is slow, steady, deliberate.  The creature carries its home upon its back.  While some may accuse the snail of being lazy, it’s actually busy, always on the lookout for

Porya Hatami ~ The Garden

One can learn a lot from a snail.  A snail’s pace is slow, steady, deliberate.  The creature carries its home upon its back.  While some may accuse the snail of being lazy, it’s actually busy, always on the lookout for