Posts Tagged: Ian Hawgood

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

Ian Hawgood + Giulio Aldinucci ~ Consequence Shadows

Ian Hawgood‘s second January collaboration is far different from his first.  Although the music is still ambient, and the cover art (Eirik Holmøyvik) equally stunning, this duo’s sonic palette has been expanded to include field recordings and electronics.  Where Faintly Recollected is

Ian Hawgood + Giulio Aldinucci ~ Consequence Shadows

Ian Hawgood‘s second January collaboration is far different from his first.  Although the music is still ambient, and the cover art (Eirik Holmøyvik) equally stunning, this duo’s sonic palette has been expanded to include field recordings and electronics.  Where Faintly Recollected is

Ian Hawgood + Danny Norbury ~ Faintly Recollected

One of the privileges of music writing is receiving music before release, and allowing it to sink in over time.  This transporting 33-minute piece has proven its worth over the long lead-up to the holidays and the long silence of

Ian Hawgood + Danny Norbury ~ Faintly Recollected

One of the privileges of music writing is receiving music before release, and allowing it to sink in over time.  This transporting 33-minute piece has proven its worth over the long lead-up to the holidays and the long silence of

A Hibernate Trio

Hibernate Records finished the year with a fine trio of releases from James Murray, Maps and Diagrams and Rion (Ian Hawgood and Ryo Nakata), whose recordings provide a fitting backdrop to the colder, stiller months.  You won’t want to nap

A Hibernate Trio

Hibernate Records finished the year with a fine trio of releases from James Murray, Maps and Diagrams and Rion (Ian Hawgood and Ryo Nakata), whose recordings provide a fitting backdrop to the colder, stiller months.  You won’t want to nap

ACL 2012: The Year’s Best Album Covers

These are times of widespread disconnect, and music is one of the most genuine ways for a person all alone to feel understood. We’re seeing DIY backlashes against this loss of connection everywhere (Just look into the boom on homesteading

ACL 2012: The Year’s Best Album Covers

These are times of widespread disconnect, and music is one of the most genuine ways for a person all alone to feel understood. We’re seeing DIY backlashes against this loss of connection everywhere (Just look into the boom on homesteading

Giulio Aldinucci ~ Tarsia

The beautiful Tarsia is the first full-length album released under the name Giulio Aldinucci, better known by his moniker Obsil.  His three previous records as Obsil have been rightly praised, and Aldinucci’s gift as a composer and soundscaper are in

Giulio Aldinucci ~ Tarsia

The beautiful Tarsia is the first full-length album released under the name Giulio Aldinucci, better known by his moniker Obsil.  His three previous records as Obsil have been rightly praised, and Aldinucci’s gift as a composer and soundscaper are in

Black Elk ~ Sparks

Having resided on the fringes of the experimental music scene for the past three years or so, I have time and again been utterly fascinated by the people involved in it; their passion for music and nothing else, their willingness

Black Elk ~ Sparks

Having resided on the fringes of the experimental music scene for the past three years or so, I have time and again been utterly fascinated by the people involved in it; their passion for music and nothing else, their willingness