Posts Tagged: Hibernate

Isnaj Dui ~ Abstracts on Solitude

Many, when hearing the word ‘solitude’, will think of something unsettling, the fear of being alone (a broken communication, time fleeing away while they are trapped within the failure of self-consciousness). A few others will think of something comforting, a

Isnaj Dui ~ Abstracts on Solitude

Many, when hearing the word ‘solitude’, will think of something unsettling, the fear of being alone (a broken communication, time fleeing away while they are trapped within the failure of self-consciousness). A few others will think of something comforting, a

Wil Bolton ~ Under A Name That Hides Her

Consistency is a vastly under-appreciated virtue in music. Too often consistency can be read as boring, unadventurous, unwilling to take new risks and grow as a musician and artist. There’s an element of truth in that, for some musicians (those

Wil Bolton ~ Under A Name That Hides Her

Consistency is a vastly under-appreciated virtue in music. Too often consistency can be read as boring, unadventurous, unwilling to take new risks and grow as a musician and artist. There’s an element of truth in that, for some musicians (those

Konntinent ~ Kiruna

Named after the northern-most Swedish city, Kiruna is moody, atmospheric electronica and although many of the tracks are beatless, it’s assuredly not passive ambient music. It’s less chill-out and more like a blast of frozen air from the northern wastes,

Konntinent ~ Kiruna

Named after the northern-most Swedish city, Kiruna is moody, atmospheric electronica and although many of the tracks are beatless, it’s assuredly not passive ambient music. It’s less chill-out and more like a blast of frozen air from the northern wastes,

Listening Mirror ~ Resting in Aspic

Listening to Resting in Aspic is like taking a long, slow stroll through the timeline of modern ambient music, beginning with Budd and Eno and ending in the modern day.  When those two luminaries began their work, their recordings operated

Listening Mirror ~ Resting in Aspic

Listening to Resting in Aspic is like taking a long, slow stroll through the timeline of modern ambient music, beginning with Budd and Eno and ending in the modern day.  When those two luminaries began their work, their recordings operated

Good Weather For An Airstrike ~ Underneath The Stars

The phrase “a diluted form of post-rock” may seem like a form of insult, but it’s the phrase used by Tom Honey to describe his work as Good Weather For An Airstrike.  The phrase is apt; Underneath the Stars sounds

Good Weather For An Airstrike ~ Underneath The Stars

The phrase “a diluted form of post-rock” may seem like a form of insult, but it’s the phrase used by Tom Honey to describe his work as Good Weather For An Airstrike.  The phrase is apt; Underneath the Stars sounds