Posts Tagged: drone

Fall Music Preview ~ Ambient & Drone

Get ready ~ we’re about to cover over 365 albums in five days!  Today is the first day of meteorological fall In the Northern Hemisphere, and the release schedule is already packed to the gills.  This week, we’ll list all

Fall Music Preview ~ Ambient & Drone

Get ready ~ we’re about to cover over 365 albums in five days!  Today is the first day of meteorological fall In the Northern Hemisphere, and the release schedule is already packed to the gills.  This week, we’ll list all

Premiere: Robert Curgenven ~ The Boatman’s Shadow [video]

A Closer Listen is honored to premiere Robert Curgenven‘s “The Boatman’s Shadow.” This film by Alex Eve was originally produced in 2006 on the occasion of Curgenven’s performance of “Wisla Reorientations” for 24Hr Art  in Darwin, Australia. Quarantine spent on

Premiere: Robert Curgenven ~ The Boatman’s Shadow [video]

A Closer Listen is honored to premiere Robert Curgenven‘s “The Boatman’s Shadow.” This film by Alex Eve was originally produced in 2006 on the occasion of Curgenven’s performance of “Wisla Reorientations” for 24Hr Art  in Darwin, Australia. Quarantine spent on

Fall Music Preview ~ Dark Ambient & Drone

If ambience is what we play when we seek peace, drone is what we play when we need catharsis.  The dark, often unrelenting tones can produce agitation, disquiet, turbulence and tenseness.  But when we feel helpless about racism, politics and

Fall Music Preview ~ Dark Ambient & Drone

If ambience is what we play when we seek peace, drone is what we play when we need catharsis.  The dark, often unrelenting tones can produce agitation, disquiet, turbulence and tenseness.  But when we feel helpless about racism, politics and

Fall Music Preview ~ Dark Ambient & Drone

Dark Ambient and Drone provides a score to sinister nights, and is perfectly suited for the month of October.  For the first time, we have enough releases to split into a separate installment.  This is the place to find music

Fall Music Preview ~ Dark Ambient & Drone

Dark Ambient and Drone provides a score to sinister nights, and is perfectly suited for the month of October.  For the first time, we have enough releases to split into a separate installment.  This is the place to find music

LCNL 077: blackstag presents “Give me the withered leaves I chose before in the old time”

London-based Andrew Sherwell aka blackstag presents  “Give me the withered leaves I chose before in the old time”, weaving together Eastern European choral music with a variety of very recent experimental music. Sherwell curates his ideal hour of beautiful music

LCNL 077: blackstag presents “Give me the withered leaves I chose before in the old time”

London-based Andrew Sherwell aka blackstag presents  “Give me the withered leaves I chose before in the old time”, weaving together Eastern European choral music with a variety of very recent experimental music. Sherwell curates his ideal hour of beautiful music

LCNL 073: Thomas Ragsdale’s Decaying City

This month’s mix comes courtesy of Thomas Ragsdale.  As one-half of the duo worriedaboutsatan, Thomas has previously contributed to this series with last year’s worriedaboutdrone mix (LCNL 062).  In addition to worriedaboutsatan and his commercial work, Thomas has recently begun

LCNL 073: Thomas Ragsdale’s Decaying City

This month’s mix comes courtesy of Thomas Ragsdale.  As one-half of the duo worriedaboutsatan, Thomas has previously contributed to this series with last year’s worriedaboutdrone mix (LCNL 062).  In addition to worriedaboutsatan and his commercial work, Thomas has recently begun

Robert Curgenven ~ Climata

The border between two spaces both separates and conjoins, allowing for distinction as well as interplay. Depending on one’s perspective this can be understood as a contamination or a vital encounter. The latest from Australian composer Robert Curgenven explores sonic

Robert Curgenven ~ Climata

The border between two spaces both separates and conjoins, allowing for distinction as well as interplay. Depending on one’s perspective this can be understood as a contamination or a vital encounter. The latest from Australian composer Robert Curgenven explores sonic

Sound Propositions 010: Christina Vantzou

Sound Propositions is an ongoing, semi-regular series of conversations with artists exploring their creative practices and individual aesthetics, conceived of as a counter-narrative to a dominant trend in music journalism which fetishizes equipment and new technologies. Rather than writing copy

Sound Propositions 010: Christina Vantzou

Sound Propositions is an ongoing, semi-regular series of conversations with artists exploring their creative practices and individual aesthetics, conceived of as a counter-narrative to a dominant trend in music journalism which fetishizes equipment and new technologies. Rather than writing copy