Posts Tagged: Flau

Cicada ~ Farewell

One of our favorite recent discoveries, Taiwanese female chamber ensemble Cicada, came to our attention via their compilation Ocean.  That album combined most of their two latest albums under a single theme.  The latest set collects earlier works in similar fashion, packaging

Cicada ~ Farewell

One of our favorite recent discoveries, Taiwanese female chamber ensemble Cicada, came to our attention via their compilation Ocean.  That album combined most of their two latest albums under a single theme.  The latest set collects earlier works in similar fashion, packaging

Cicada ~ Ocean

One of 2015’s most beautiful releases took flight so late in the year that we didn’t have the chance to cover it.  Ocean combines material from Cicada‘s most recent albums (Coastland and Light Shining Through the Sea), leaving only 11 minutes on the

Cicada ~ Ocean

One of 2015’s most beautiful releases took flight so late in the year that we didn’t have the chance to cover it.  Ocean combines material from Cicada‘s most recent albums (Coastland and Light Shining Through the Sea), leaving only 11 minutes on the

Ulises Conti ~ Los Griegos creían que las estrellas eran pequeños agujeros por donde los dioses escuchaban a los hombres

After publishing the name of the album (whose rough translation is The Greeks believed that the stars were small holes where the gods listened to men), will there be any room left for the review?  There’s hardly enough room for the

Ulises Conti ~ Los Griegos creían que las estrellas eran pequeños agujeros por donde los dioses escuchaban a los hombres

After publishing the name of the album (whose rough translation is The Greeks believed that the stars were small holes where the gods listened to men), will there be any room left for the review?  There’s hardly enough room for the

Danny Norbury ~ Light in August [re-issue]

Danny Norbury’s Light in August was originally released by Lacies in July of 2009. This reissue, on Flau, includes his first EP Dusk, as well as “Fragment 2,” the beautiful closing track from 2012’s Bluebeard.  Below is an edited version of my initial review, published by The Silent Ballet

Danny Norbury ~ Light in August [re-issue]

Danny Norbury’s Light in August was originally released by Lacies in July of 2009. This reissue, on Flau, includes his first EP Dusk, as well as “Fragment 2,” the beautiful closing track from 2012’s Bluebeard.  Below is an edited version of my initial review, published by The Silent Ballet

Ulises Conti ~ Atlas

Argentinian composer Ulises Conti has been extremely active over the last decade, working in theatre, dance and film.  For fans, Atlas (2003-2013) is a wonderful compendium of his work to date; for newcomers, it’s a worthy introduction.  Japan’s Flau label may not have

Ulises Conti ~ Atlas

Argentinian composer Ulises Conti has been extremely active over the last decade, working in theatre, dance and film.  For fans, Atlas (2003-2013) is a wonderful compendium of his work to date; for newcomers, it’s a worthy introduction.  Japan’s Flau label may not have

Liz Christine ~ Sweet Mellow Cat

Adorable kitty-cats meow aplenty on Sweet Mellow Cat, chatting in anticipation and eyes fixated on the slab of meat you just bought, looking up at you with those innocent…uh…puppy-dog eyes. You just can’t resist those eyes, and soon the two of

Liz Christine ~ Sweet Mellow Cat

Adorable kitty-cats meow aplenty on Sweet Mellow Cat, chatting in anticipation and eyes fixated on the slab of meat you just bought, looking up at you with those innocent…uh…puppy-dog eyes. You just can’t resist those eyes, and soon the two of