Posts Tagged: Injazero

Mike Lazarev ~ Out of Time

For the past year, we’ve been living in Pandemic Time, thinking about our own fragility and the relationship of time to eternity.  Freed of many ordinary markers ~ work, school, celebrations and vacations ~ we have suffered from time distortion,

Mike Lazarev ~ Out of Time

For the past year, we’ve been living in Pandemic Time, thinking about our own fragility and the relationship of time to eternity.  Freed of many ordinary markers ~ work, school, celebrations and vacations ~ we have suffered from time distortion,

Snowdrops ~ Volutes

Snowdrops combines the talents of Christine Ott on piano and Ondes Martenot, Mathieu Gabry on piano and mellotron, and Anne-Irène Kempf on viola.  Volutes is music for a thoughtful season: subtle rather than overt, reflective rather than reactive. We’ll begin with

Snowdrops ~ Volutes

Snowdrops combines the talents of Christine Ott on piano and Ondes Martenot, Mathieu Gabry on piano and mellotron, and Anne-Irène Kempf on viola.  Volutes is music for a thoughtful season: subtle rather than overt, reflective rather than reactive. We’ll begin with

Heinali presents Iridescent [mix]

This “iridescent” mix comes to us courtesy of Oleg Shpudeiko aka Heinali. In honor of his latest album, recently released on Injazero Records, the Ukrainian ambient electronic wizard Heinali presents a deep mix through musical influential music he was listening to

Heinali presents Iridescent [mix]

This “iridescent” mix comes to us courtesy of Oleg Shpudeiko aka Heinali. In honor of his latest album, recently released on Injazero Records, the Ukrainian ambient electronic wizard Heinali presents a deep mix through musical influential music he was listening to

ACL 2016: Top Ten Drone

While ambient music can be surprisingly loud, drone can be surprisingly soft; the genres dance around each other like yin and yang, never separating yet never quite reconciling.  In each genre, the sharpest contrast makes the biggest impact. Drone can

ACL 2016: Top Ten Drone

While ambient music can be surprisingly loud, drone can be surprisingly soft; the genres dance around each other like yin and yang, never separating yet never quite reconciling.  In each genre, the sharpest contrast makes the biggest impact. Drone can