Posts Tagged: Jeremy Bye

Lighght ~ Holy Endings

From his auto-correct baiting name to his meme-tastic Twitter feed (currently named ‘the official account of the band autechre’), it’s obvious that Cork-based producer Lighght doesn’t take himself too seriously. Or rather, he takes making his music seriously, but everything

Lighght ~ Holy Endings

From his auto-correct baiting name to his meme-tastic Twitter feed (currently named ‘the official account of the band autechre’), it’s obvious that Cork-based producer Lighght doesn’t take himself too seriously. Or rather, he takes making his music seriously, but everything

Observatories ~ Flowers Bloom, Butterflies Come

Iikki Books specialise in creating dialogues between musicians and visual artists, a project which began in 2016 – this is the 14th edition. You can listen to the music, you can study the book of artworks; either together as a

Observatories ~ Flowers Bloom, Butterflies Come

Iikki Books specialise in creating dialogues between musicians and visual artists, a project which began in 2016 – this is the 14th edition. You can listen to the music, you can study the book of artworks; either together as a

Deniz Cuylan ~ No Such Thing As Free Will

It’s a weighty philosophical conundrum to throw around as an album title. It’s a tricky question to crack within the space of a review, certainly, but it may get you thinking as you scroll through reviews alongside your morning bowl

Deniz Cuylan ~ No Such Thing As Free Will

It’s a weighty philosophical conundrum to throw around as an album title. It’s a tricky question to crack within the space of a review, certainly, but it may get you thinking as you scroll through reviews alongside your morning bowl

Brian Eno ~ Film Music 1976 – 2020

Two scenes from an A&R office. Scene One. Interior, day: a record company office circa 1978. Enter Umm and Err, two record execs. Umm: So we’ve just heard, Brian wants us to release his next album, Music For Films. Err:

Brian Eno ~ Film Music 1976 – 2020

Two scenes from an A&R office. Scene One. Interior, day: a record company office circa 1978. Enter Umm and Err, two record execs. Umm: So we’ve just heard, Brian wants us to release his next album, Music For Films. Err:

Drew McDowall ~ Agalma

Although there is no way that Agalma could be described as a ‘pop’ album, it does share one element with many of the current songs on the charts. Even the most disinterested watcher of the hit parade, the hot 100,

Drew McDowall ~ Agalma

Although there is no way that Agalma could be described as a ‘pop’ album, it does share one element with many of the current songs on the charts. Even the most disinterested watcher of the hit parade, the hot 100,

Richard Skelton ~ These Charms May Be Sung Over A Wound

For a while, we knew what to expect from Richard Skelton. But there was a definite shift away from the wide-screen drone work towards the gathering of folk song-inspired pieces on Border Ballads. That was an unexpected flowering of acoustic

Richard Skelton ~ These Charms May Be Sung Over A Wound

For a while, we knew what to expect from Richard Skelton. But there was a definite shift away from the wide-screen drone work towards the gathering of folk song-inspired pieces on Border Ballads. That was an unexpected flowering of acoustic

Phew ~ Vertigo KO

If punk was like a comet, a sizeable object smashing all before it, then post-punk was the comet’s tail, in that it lasted longer, contained a variety of fresh and unusual elements and still intrigues observers. Indeed, if post-punk lacked

Phew ~ Vertigo KO

If punk was like a comet, a sizeable object smashing all before it, then post-punk was the comet’s tail, in that it lasted longer, contained a variety of fresh and unusual elements and still intrigues observers. Indeed, if post-punk lacked

Automatisme ~ Terrain Reduction

The humble bonus track has long been part of the record companies’ artillery when it comes to attracting the poor suckers who still buy their music. Whether it was popping an extra B-side into a double 7” single package, or

Automatisme ~ Terrain Reduction

The humble bonus track has long been part of the record companies’ artillery when it comes to attracting the poor suckers who still buy their music. Whether it was popping an extra B-side into a double 7” single package, or