Posts Tagged: Garreth Brooke

Haythem Mahbouli ~ Last Man On Earth

There was a time when the apocalypse seemed far enough away that movies like The Road and series like The Walking Dead were, whilst undoubtedly horrifying, still entertaining. There was a macabre fun to be had from imagining how we

Haythem Mahbouli ~ Last Man On Earth

There was a time when the apocalypse seemed far enough away that movies like The Road and series like The Walking Dead were, whilst undoubtedly horrifying, still entertaining. There was a macabre fun to be had from imagining how we

Jameson Nathan Jones ~ Somewhat The Same

Those who follow Jameson Nathan Jones‘s popular and highly amusing YouTube channel already know he’s an avid collector of synthesisers with a particular enthusiasm for modular synthesis. In an attic somewhere in Laurel, Mississippi, he’s amassed an enormous collection of

Jameson Nathan Jones ~ Somewhat The Same

Those who follow Jameson Nathan Jones‘s popular and highly amusing YouTube channel already know he’s an avid collector of synthesisers with a particular enthusiasm for modular synthesis. In an attic somewhere in Laurel, Mississippi, he’s amassed an enormous collection of

Pêtr Aleksänder ~ The Whole World Laid Out Before Me

Silence. A piano melody outlines a familiar shape: dominant start, rising and settling on the tonic. A second phrase: a drop down low, followed by a big leap. A halo of strings joins, circling our melody, which has taken on

Pêtr Aleksänder ~ The Whole World Laid Out Before Me

Silence. A piano melody outlines a familiar shape: dominant start, rising and settling on the tonic. A second phrase: a drop down low, followed by a big leap. A halo of strings joins, circling our melody, which has taken on

Vanessa Wagner ~ Mirrored

We’re extraordinarily lucky to have Vanessa Wagner. A first class pianist capable of genuine virtuosity, she chooses to use her exquisite craftsmanship to perform accessible minimalist works that are always at risk of getting dismissed by the snobs as too

Vanessa Wagner ~ Mirrored

We’re extraordinarily lucky to have Vanessa Wagner. A first class pianist capable of genuine virtuosity, she chooses to use her exquisite craftsmanship to perform accessible minimalist works that are always at risk of getting dismissed by the snobs as too

John Hayes ~ Beautifully Lost Mind

A perennial part of the human experience is trying to figure out an answer to a superficially simple question: “Who am I?” Philosophers and theologians have long wrestled with this problem and unfortunately—spoiler alert—you’re not going to find an answer

John Hayes ~ Beautifully Lost Mind

A perennial part of the human experience is trying to figure out an answer to a superficially simple question: “Who am I?” Philosophers and theologians have long wrestled with this problem and unfortunately—spoiler alert—you’re not going to find an answer

The 40 Best Books On Music ~ Part Two

Welcome to the second part of our choices for the 40 best books on music. If you’ve read the first half (or had a cheeky scroll down the page), you will have noticed that our selections cast the net wide,

The 40 Best Books On Music ~ Part Two

Welcome to the second part of our choices for the 40 best books on music. If you’ve read the first half (or had a cheeky scroll down the page), you will have noticed that our selections cast the net wide,

The 40 Best Books On Music ~ Part One

It’s probably time to retire the phrase ‘writing about music is like dancing about architecture.’ If its origins are vague – you can read about it on its own Wikipedia page – it still sounds like the phrase that gets

The 40 Best Books On Music ~ Part One

It’s probably time to retire the phrase ‘writing about music is like dancing about architecture.’ If its origins are vague – you can read about it on its own Wikipedia page – it still sounds like the phrase that gets

Adriaan Swerts ~ One

For those of us high up in the northern hemisphere, the nights are drawing in and the temperature has begun falling towards its winter low. We’re more than usually aware of the cold to come: the heat that we’ve taken

Adriaan Swerts ~ One

For those of us high up in the northern hemisphere, the nights are drawing in and the temperature has begun falling towards its winter low. We’re more than usually aware of the cold to come: the heat that we’ve taken