Posts Tagged: Elevator Bath

Colin Andrew Sheffield & James Eck Rippie ~ exploded view

Have you ever dropped a box of glitter on the floor, or confetti, or buttons, or nails, and then had to sweep it all up and sort it out?  Imagine doing that with sound.  This is the genesis of exploded view,

Colin Andrew Sheffield & James Eck Rippie ~ exploded view

Have you ever dropped a box of glitter on the floor, or confetti, or buttons, or nails, and then had to sweep it all up and sort it out?  Imagine doing that with sound.  This is the genesis of exploded view,

ACL 2017 ~ The Year’s Best Album Covers

Hundreds of albums are released every single day.  So how does one stand out?  By making a great first impression.  Great art calls attention to great music.  On this list, appearance is everything.  We enjoyed each of the albums listed below,

ACL 2017 ~ The Year’s Best Album Covers

Hundreds of albums are released every single day.  So how does one stand out?  By making a great first impression.  Great art calls attention to great music.  On this list, appearance is everything.  We enjoyed each of the albums listed below,

Colin Andrew Sheffield & James Eck Rippie ~ Essential Anatomies

Fourteen years is a long break, but that’s how long it took Colin Andrew Sheffield & James Eck Rippie to return to the studio.  Variations first appeared in 2001, followed by two sound installations; then silence.  When one listens to the newly expanded

Colin Andrew Sheffield & James Eck Rippie ~ Essential Anatomies

Fourteen years is a long break, but that’s how long it took Colin Andrew Sheffield & James Eck Rippie to return to the studio.  Variations first appeared in 2001, followed by two sound installations; then silence.  When one listens to the newly expanded

Tom Recchion ~ oaxaca dawn | bamboo

It took ten years for these recordings to see the light of day, and Elevator Bath has finally done it in a big way, with a lovely picture disc.  Of course, one can spring for the digital copy, but with

Tom Recchion ~ oaxaca dawn | bamboo

It took ten years for these recordings to see the light of day, and Elevator Bath has finally done it in a big way, with a lovely picture disc.  Of course, one can spring for the digital copy, but with