Posts Tagged: Gizeh Records

Christine Ott ~ Time To Die

I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe. Roy Batty’s dying monologue in Blade Runner, written by David Webb Peoples, then revised and spoken by Rutger Hauer is one of the iconic speeches in cinema – it’s a moment that elevates

Christine Ott ~ Time To Die

I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe. Roy Batty’s dying monologue in Blade Runner, written by David Webb Peoples, then revised and spoken by Rutger Hauer is one of the iconic speeches in cinema – it’s a moment that elevates

Of Thread & Mist ~ Static Hymns to No One

Gizeh Records may be located in the U.K., but Static Hymns to No One seems like the perfect selection for Inauguration Day in the U.S.  The music is mournful and melancholic, an elegy for all that has been lost and much

Of Thread & Mist ~ Static Hymns to No One

Gizeh Records may be located in the U.K., but Static Hymns to No One seems like the perfect selection for Inauguration Day in the U.S.  The music is mournful and melancholic, an elegy for all that has been lost and much

Gizeh Records ~ We Hovered With Short Wings

Gizeh Records celebrates its 100th release with a compilation of 21 exclusive tracks.  We Hovered With Short Wings is an inviting window to the past and potential future of the label. It’s astonishing to hear that Gizeh has been around since

Gizeh Records ~ We Hovered With Short Wings

Gizeh Records celebrates its 100th release with a compilation of 21 exclusive tracks.  We Hovered With Short Wings is an inviting window to the past and potential future of the label. It’s astonishing to hear that Gizeh has been around since

Several Wives ~ Göldi fell

Dreams, confessions, and references to deadly Biblical women form the ethereal imagery of Several Wives’ Göldi fell, its pensive, hypnotic drones evoking those symbolist 19th century paintings in which orientalism is a gateway to the edges of reason, to a

Several Wives ~ Göldi fell

Dreams, confessions, and references to deadly Biblical women form the ethereal imagery of Several Wives’ Göldi fell, its pensive, hypnotic drones evoking those symbolist 19th century paintings in which orientalism is a gateway to the edges of reason, to a

Christine Ott ~ Only Silence Remains

This is one beguiling record.  It starts with opera and ends with poetry, and in the end, only silence remains.  The opening soprano segment makes an immediate statement: this is not conventional music.  By the middle of the set, one may

Christine Ott ~ Only Silence Remains

This is one beguiling record.  It starts with opera and ends with poetry, and in the end, only silence remains.  The opening soprano segment makes an immediate statement: this is not conventional music.  By the middle of the set, one may

Chantal Acda ~ Let Your Hands Be My Guide

A fountain, consisting of tranquil, fragile melodies, sprinkles a thousand plucked notes into the sky. In the unhurried air, they flirt beside tranquil, feather-light lyrics that speak poetically of romance and tragedy. The music of Chantal Acda is deep; deeply moving, sensitive

Chantal Acda ~ Let Your Hands Be My Guide

A fountain, consisting of tranquil, fragile melodies, sprinkles a thousand plucked notes into the sky. In the unhurried air, they flirt beside tranquil, feather-light lyrics that speak poetically of romance and tragedy. The music of Chantal Acda is deep; deeply moving, sensitive

Jayne Amara Ross, Frédéric D. Oberland and Gaspar Claus ~ The Freemartin Calf

One needs time to recover after experiencing The Freemartin Calf.  The DVD/OST project is elegant, harrowing, and consistently captivating.  Jayne Amara Ross, Frédéric Oberland and Gaspar Claus lend the work the same intensity they bring to FareWell Poetry.  The Freemartin Calf was actually

Jayne Amara Ross, Frédéric D. Oberland and Gaspar Claus ~ The Freemartin Calf

One needs time to recover after experiencing The Freemartin Calf.  The DVD/OST project is elegant, harrowing, and consistently captivating.  Jayne Amara Ross, Frédéric Oberland and Gaspar Claus lend the work the same intensity they bring to FareWell Poetry.  The Freemartin Calf was actually