Posts Tagged: Jeremy Bye

Dana Lyn ~ A Point On A Slow Curve

The Rose by Jay DeFeo is an epic, overwhelming painting that speaks of one artist’s obsession. Its dimensions alone are staggering – over three metres high, it had its canvas extended during the process. Its depth is the most impressive.

Dana Lyn ~ A Point On A Slow Curve

The Rose by Jay DeFeo is an epic, overwhelming painting that speaks of one artist’s obsession. Its dimensions alone are staggering – over three metres high, it had its canvas extended during the process. Its depth is the most impressive.

Orange Crate Art ~ Contemporary Guitar Music

If there’s a tried and tested technique to attracting a certain kind of music fan to your wares, it’s highlighting the obscure nature of an artist. This approach is applicable in many different scenarios. If you are a reissue label,

Orange Crate Art ~ Contemporary Guitar Music

If there’s a tried and tested technique to attracting a certain kind of music fan to your wares, it’s highlighting the obscure nature of an artist. This approach is applicable in many different scenarios. If you are a reissue label,

Crush String Collective ~ Aeriform

February 14th, as every fan of Community knows, is the day we celebrate the birth of St Valentine. It is also the chance for the grumpier and more cynical among us to point out that Valentine’s Day ritualizes an uncomfortably

Crush String Collective ~ Aeriform

February 14th, as every fan of Community knows, is the day we celebrate the birth of St Valentine. It is also the chance for the grumpier and more cynical among us to point out that Valentine’s Day ritualizes an uncomfortably

Dohnavùr ~ The Flow Across Borders: The Remixes

There has been a recent tendency on A Closer Listen when we have reviewed the remix album of a record that we’ve missed on the initial release. So as we have previously looked at Eartheater’s Phoenix: La Petite Mort Edition

Dohnavùr ~ The Flow Across Borders: The Remixes

There has been a recent tendency on A Closer Listen when we have reviewed the remix album of a record that we’ve missed on the initial release. So as we have previously looked at Eartheater’s Phoenix: La Petite Mort Edition

Kinbrae & Clare Archibald ~ Birl Of Unmap

Lost villages, abandoned workings, hidden gardens – things you might find on an unmap. The places in-between, transient, neither one thing or another. Places that you might discover by accident or walk past without knowing what is behind the hedgerow.

Kinbrae & Clare Archibald ~ Birl Of Unmap

Lost villages, abandoned workings, hidden gardens – things you might find on an unmap. The places in-between, transient, neither one thing or another. Places that you might discover by accident or walk past without knowing what is behind the hedgerow.

Vilhelm Bromander ~ aurora

There are times when we check an album’s genre tags on Bandcamp to be sure we are in the right area. Does the artist consider their work drone or ambient, for example? It’s a useful pointer if we are feeling

Vilhelm Bromander ~ aurora

There are times when we check an album’s genre tags on Bandcamp to be sure we are in the right area. Does the artist consider their work drone or ambient, for example? It’s a useful pointer if we are feeling

Jimmy Behan ~ Here We Are Now

If the pandemic prompted some people to reach for their duvet and binge Tiger King, then it also sparked a creative burst in others. Take up knitting, finish that novel, write that album, and so on. We’ve observed the phenomenon

Jimmy Behan ~ Here We Are Now

If the pandemic prompted some people to reach for their duvet and binge Tiger King, then it also sparked a creative burst in others. Take up knitting, finish that novel, write that album, and so on. We’ve observed the phenomenon

Lucy Railton & Kit Downes ~ Subaerial

If you want to grab our attention, record your album in a cathedral in Iceland. We like Iceland – the music, the scenery, the people. When we cash in our dogecoin investments, all the website’s writers will visit the country,

Lucy Railton & Kit Downes ~ Subaerial

If you want to grab our attention, record your album in a cathedral in Iceland. We like Iceland – the music, the scenery, the people. When we cash in our dogecoin investments, all the website’s writers will visit the country,