Posts Tagged: James Catchpole

Pausal ~ Volume Flow

You’ll fall in love with Volume Flow. Pausal‘s music is as essential as a heartbeat, a kind and love-struck ambient. Dreaming in the daylight, their slow drones are populated with well wishes and fulfilled destinies. Alex Smalley and Simon Bainton

Pausal ~ Volume Flow

You’ll fall in love with Volume Flow. Pausal‘s music is as essential as a heartbeat, a kind and love-struck ambient. Dreaming in the daylight, their slow drones are populated with well wishes and fulfilled destinies. Alex Smalley and Simon Bainton

Chestnut ~ No More Pictures Of Urban Light

Chestnut‘s music is a strange safari. Florida natives, but now based in Los Angeles, the duo, comprised of visual artists Christina Santa Cruz and Daniel Watkins, use dark, mold-covered guitars and subterranean bass frequencies to produce an unsettling, dislocating album

Chestnut ~ No More Pictures Of Urban Light

Chestnut‘s music is a strange safari. Florida natives, but now based in Los Angeles, the duo, comprised of visual artists Christina Santa Cruz and Daniel Watkins, use dark, mold-covered guitars and subterranean bass frequencies to produce an unsettling, dislocating album

Sea & Breathe ~ Sea & Breathe

Dedicated to the birth of his newborn daughter, Evelyn, Drew Lundberg’s ambient music gazes at a new world – a changed world for a father, a new world for a daughter. With fresh, doting eyes, its ambient music sleeps like

Sea & Breathe ~ Sea & Breathe

Dedicated to the birth of his newborn daughter, Evelyn, Drew Lundberg’s ambient music gazes at a new world – a changed world for a father, a new world for a daughter. With fresh, doting eyes, its ambient music sleeps like

Hoshiko Yamane ~ Threads

Hoshiko Yamane‘s music flutters like a young butterfly, perhaps one just born. The Japanese violinist is based in Berlin, and she’s a current member of Tangerine Dream. On her third solo album, Threads, her violin sings with the positivity of

Hoshiko Yamane ~ Threads

Hoshiko Yamane‘s music flutters like a young butterfly, perhaps one just born. The Japanese violinist is based in Berlin, and she’s a current member of Tangerine Dream. On her third solo album, Threads, her violin sings with the positivity of

Library Tapes ~ Patterns (Repeat)

Sensitivity and sadness are often known to link hands, but it’s usually not done out of love, less a public display of affection and more like a necessary, binding union. Sensitivity doesn’t always equal an automatic brand of sadness, but

Library Tapes ~ Patterns (Repeat)

Sensitivity and sadness are often known to link hands, but it’s usually not done out of love, less a public display of affection and more like a necessary, binding union. Sensitivity doesn’t always equal an automatic brand of sadness, but

Seabuckthorn ~ A House With Too Much Fire

Thanks to its house of twig-thin strings and stick-dry melodies, Seabuckthorn‘s A House With Too Much Fire has been set alight, sizzling in the grip of a volcanic, smoke-drenched fever. In the past, Andy Cartwright’s music birthed sepia visions of

Seabuckthorn ~ A House With Too Much Fire

Thanks to its house of twig-thin strings and stick-dry melodies, Seabuckthorn‘s A House With Too Much Fire has been set alight, sizzling in the grip of a volcanic, smoke-drenched fever. In the past, Andy Cartwright’s music birthed sepia visions of

Future Zen ~ Grograman and the Secret Sound of Colors

A homage to The Neverending Story – Michael Ende’s book, not the 1984 film – Grograman and the Secret Sound of Colors relates to the lion-like creature who lives in Goab, the Desert of Colors, a place in symbiosis with

Future Zen ~ Grograman and the Secret Sound of Colors

A homage to The Neverending Story – Michael Ende’s book, not the 1984 film – Grograman and the Secret Sound of Colors relates to the lion-like creature who lives in Goab, the Desert of Colors, a place in symbiosis with