Posts Tagged: Gizeh

A-Sun Amissa ~ For Burdened and Bright Light

Gizeh Records founder Richard Knox is continually expanding his sonic horizons.  His participation in multiple collectives allows him to change masks and look at the world in different ways.  Even with A-Sun Amissa, he’s produced quieter works than this.  For Burdened

A-Sun Amissa ~ For Burdened and Bright Light

Gizeh Records founder Richard Knox is continually expanding his sonic horizons.  His participation in multiple collectives allows him to change masks and look at the world in different ways.  Even with A-Sun Amissa, he’s produced quieter works than this.  For Burdened

astrïd ~ A Porthole (I)

Rachel Grimes added her blessing to 2017’s Through the Sparkle, and while her piano is absent here, her spirit remains.  With each release, astrïd seems more like the heir apparent to Rachel’s.  Like that Kentucky collective, they love a conceptual release, and A Porthole

astrïd ~ A Porthole (I)

Rachel Grimes added her blessing to 2017’s Through the Sparkle, and while her piano is absent here, her spirit remains.  With each release, astrïd seems more like the heir apparent to Rachel’s.  Like that Kentucky collective, they love a conceptual release, and A Porthole

A-Sun Amissa ~ Ceremony in the Stillness

Ceremony in the Stillness is billed as a development in the evolution of A-Sun Amissa, the group founded by Gizeh leader Richard Knox.  It’s hard to believe that this is the first time we’ve heard drums on an A-Sun Amissa album, but

A-Sun Amissa ~ Ceremony in the Stillness

Ceremony in the Stillness is billed as a development in the evolution of A-Sun Amissa, the group founded by Gizeh leader Richard Knox.  It’s hard to believe that this is the first time we’ve heard drums on an A-Sun Amissa album, but

Julia Kent and Jean D.L. ~ The Great Lake Swallows

It’s been three years since we’ve heard a new Julia Kent album, although the cellist has kept busy as a guest artist (Markus Guentner’s Empire) and remixer (Michael Price’s Diary Reworks).  On The Great Lake Swallows, she teams up with tape manipulator and guitarist Jean D.L. and field

Julia Kent and Jean D.L. ~ The Great Lake Swallows

It’s been three years since we’ve heard a new Julia Kent album, although the cellist has kept busy as a guest artist (Markus Guentner’s Empire) and remixer (Michael Price’s Diary Reworks).  On The Great Lake Swallows, she teams up with tape manipulator and guitarist Jean D.L. and field

Astrïd & Rachel Grimes ~ Through the Sparkle

Those who miss Rachel’s will be pleased by the new collaboration between pianist Rachel Grimes and French collective Astrïd.  The latter provides the post-rock boost that was missing from prior Grimes albums, while the former provides the elegant tone that pushes the

Astrïd & Rachel Grimes ~ Through the Sparkle

Those who miss Rachel’s will be pleased by the new collaboration between pianist Rachel Grimes and French collective Astrïd.  The latter provides the post-rock boost that was missing from prior Grimes albums, while the former provides the elegant tone that pushes the

Foudre! ~ Earth

Supergroup alert!  We’ve reviewed all of the artists in the Foudre! collective, comprised of Frédéric D. Oberland (Oiseaux-Tempête, The Rustle Of The Stars, FareWell Poetry), Romain Barbot and Grégory Buffier (Saåad), Paul Régimbeau (Mondkopf), and Christine Ott.  Separately, their work encompasses multiple genres,

Foudre! ~ Earth

Supergroup alert!  We’ve reviewed all of the artists in the Foudre! collective, comprised of Frédéric D. Oberland (Oiseaux-Tempête, The Rustle Of The Stars, FareWell Poetry), Romain Barbot and Grégory Buffier (Saåad), Paul Régimbeau (Mondkopf), and Christine Ott.  Separately, their work encompasses multiple genres,

ACL 2016: Top Ten Modern Composition

This year’s most competitive category overflows with life, even though some of its subject matter is death.  This is a golden era for modern composition, which borrows from its ancestors in classical music but pushes it forward for newer generations.

ACL 2016: Top Ten Modern Composition

This year’s most competitive category overflows with life, even though some of its subject matter is death.  This is a golden era for modern composition, which borrows from its ancestors in classical music but pushes it forward for newer generations.