Posts Tagged: geographic north

First Half Highlights ~ The Top 20

We’ve reached the midway point of 2018, and polled our staff to discover their first half highlights!  This is a great way to keep track of what we’ve reviewed so far and are still enjoying in July.  We suspect many

First Half Highlights ~ The Top 20

We’ve reached the midway point of 2018, and polled our staff to discover their first half highlights!  This is a great way to keep track of what we’ve reviewed so far and are still enjoying in July.  We suspect many

Rafael Anton Irisarri ~ Midnight Colours

Rafael Anton Irisarri made a strong statement about the condition of the world in 2017 with The Shameless Years.  This year he continues to push boundaries and buttons on Midnight Colours.  The shamelessness of global politics has continued to settle in, producing

Rafael Anton Irisarri ~ Midnight Colours

Rafael Anton Irisarri made a strong statement about the condition of the world in 2017 with The Shameless Years.  This year he continues to push boundaries and buttons on Midnight Colours.  The shamelessness of global politics has continued to settle in, producing

Pan American ~ Sketch For Winter II: Rue Corridor

Blue is a sure color of Winter. The sedate, cool color is always there when the temperature plummets, and the blue of the water is reflected in the star sign of Aquarius. Icy in both its appearance and in its

Pan American ~ Sketch For Winter II: Rue Corridor

Blue is a sure color of Winter. The sedate, cool color is always there when the temperature plummets, and the blue of the water is reflected in the star sign of Aquarius. Icy in both its appearance and in its

M. Sage ~ Data in the Details

Regular readers of ACL might remember this excellent mix from last year, Half-Speed Flourish by Matthew Sage.  He played back old orchestral LPs at 16rpm, recording the result and mixing them together, giving us a window into his creative process and

M. Sage ~ Data in the Details

Regular readers of ACL might remember this excellent mix from last year, Half-Speed Flourish by Matthew Sage.  He played back old orchestral LPs at 16rpm, recording the result and mixing them together, giving us a window into his creative process and