Posts Tagged: Field Rotation

Spheruleus and Friends ~ William Barber

As the album begins with the sound of an old music box, one immediately knows that one is in nostalgia territory.  But this is far better than nostalgia ~ this is history, specific and evocative.  The story begins with the

Spheruleus and Friends ~ William Barber

As the album begins with the sound of an old music box, one immediately knows that one is in nostalgia territory.  But this is far better than nostalgia ~ this is history, specific and evocative.  The story begins with the

Hior Chronik ~ Taking the Veil

If you want to know how to do a release right, just ask the divine Kitchen label. Taking the Veil is the complete package: an art book, promoted by lovely videos, and a beautiful CD, enhanced by numerous guest luminaries.  By

Hior Chronik ~ Taking the Veil

If you want to know how to do a release right, just ask the divine Kitchen label. Taking the Veil is the complete package: an art book, promoted by lovely videos, and a beautiful CD, enhanced by numerous guest luminaries.  By

ACL 2013: Top Ten Ambient

Ambient music continued to stretch its wings in 2013.  Among our top picks: an album conceived as a love letter, an EP addressing mental illness and a 7″ vinyl that samples the original Dracula.  It’s not just piano and birds anymore.

ACL 2013: Top Ten Ambient

Ambient music continued to stretch its wings in 2013.  Among our top picks: an album conceived as a love letter, an EP addressing mental illness and a 7″ vinyl that samples the original Dracula.  It’s not just piano and birds anymore.

Field Rotation ~ Fatalist: The Repetition of History

The work that Christoph Berg produces in his Field Rotation guise is darker than the work he produces under his own name.  The timbre is smoky and grey.  The passages seep across the sound field, acting more like tendrils than trunks.  One

Field Rotation ~ Fatalist: The Repetition of History

The work that Christoph Berg produces in his Field Rotation guise is darker than the work he produces under his own name.  The timbre is smoky and grey.  The passages seep across the sound field, acting more like tendrils than trunks.  One

Talvihorros ~ And It Was So

Consider this the evolution of Talvihorros.  Over the past year, London’s Ben Chatwin has released new solo material and collaborations, has seen portions of his back catalog re-released, and is looking forward to the resurrection of others.  And It Was So gathers

Talvihorros ~ And It Was So

Consider this the evolution of Talvihorros.  Over the past year, London’s Ben Chatwin has released new solo material and collaborations, has seen portions of his back catalog re-released, and is looking forward to the resurrection of others.  And It Was So gathers