Posts Tagged: Infinite Greyscale

Gajek ~ Micromanic

Gajek‘s Micromanic is one of two sublime silkscreened 10″ records being released this week by the dependable Infinite Greyscale, whose consistency over the past few years has been astounding.  Every object is a work of art, the accompanying music distinctive.  We

Gajek ~ Micromanic

Gajek‘s Micromanic is one of two sublime silkscreened 10″ records being released this week by the dependable Infinite Greyscale, whose consistency over the past few years has been astounding.  Every object is a work of art, the accompanying music distinctive.  We

Mouse on Mars ~ Lichter

Infinite Greyscale continues its silkscreen vinyl series with another suburb single-track effort, this one a 13-minute percussive creature from Mouse on Mars.  This series has proven an excellent outlet for new creative energies, as the demands of an album are removed,

Mouse on Mars ~ Lichter

Infinite Greyscale continues its silkscreen vinyl series with another suburb single-track effort, this one a 13-minute percussive creature from Mouse on Mars.  This series has proven an excellent outlet for new creative energies, as the demands of an album are removed,

The Beacon Sound Choir ~ Sunday Morning Drones

Infinite Greyscale’s 10″ series returns with a pair of vocal drones ~ yes, you read that right, vocal.  Sunday Morning Drones is like the choral version of a Rhys Chatham experiment, with Peter Broderick at the helm.  To create these sounds, Broderick

The Beacon Sound Choir ~ Sunday Morning Drones

Infinite Greyscale’s 10″ series returns with a pair of vocal drones ~ yes, you read that right, vocal.  Sunday Morning Drones is like the choral version of a Rhys Chatham experiment, with Peter Broderick at the helm.  To create these sounds, Broderick

ACL 2015: Music for Haunted Houses

Why are we publishing our first year-end list two months early?  The answer should be obvious: it’s Halloween week!  This follow-up to last year’s Music for Haunted Houses feature covers the best haunted house music released this year.  Now prepare to be scared!

ACL 2015: Music for Haunted Houses

Why are we publishing our first year-end list two months early?  The answer should be obvious: it’s Halloween week!  This follow-up to last year’s Music for Haunted Houses feature covers the best haunted house music released this year.  Now prepare to be scared!

Anduin ~ Last Days of Montrose House

Infinite Greyscale is one of our favorite labels, known for releasing quality 10″ records, only a handful each year.  They’ve upped their game in 2015, as Anduin‘s Last Days of Montrose House is paired with a digital package of seven remixes from

Anduin ~ Last Days of Montrose House

Infinite Greyscale is one of our favorite labels, known for releasing quality 10″ records, only a handful each year.  They’ve upped their game in 2015, as Anduin‘s Last Days of Montrose House is paired with a digital package of seven remixes from

Stara Rzeka ~ S/T

We’ve been greatly enjoying the output of the Infinite Greyscale label, whose 10″ vinyl releases are always coupled with creative artwork and screen-printed vinyl.  This is the fifth release for the label, and the fifth we’ve reviewed, which may not

Stara Rzeka ~ S/T

We’ve been greatly enjoying the output of the Infinite Greyscale label, whose 10″ vinyl releases are always coupled with creative artwork and screen-printed vinyl.  This is the fifth release for the label, and the fifth we’ve reviewed, which may not

Holly Herndon ~ Body Sound

Another excellent release from the ever-reliable Infinite Greyscale, Body Sound continues the label’s tradition of offering creative music on 10″ colored vinyl.  A fellow reviewer called the release “slightly baffling,” but it’s not; it’s beautiful.  The unique nature of the recording deserves

Holly Herndon ~ Body Sound

Another excellent release from the ever-reliable Infinite Greyscale, Body Sound continues the label’s tradition of offering creative music on 10″ colored vinyl.  A fellow reviewer called the release “slightly baffling,” but it’s not; it’s beautiful.  The unique nature of the recording deserves