Posts Tagged: Josh Hughes

Tomas Fujiwara’s Triple Double ~ March

Protest music, carried through the streets and bounced off of bodies marching in loose procession, is often about cacophony as much as unification. There is a looseness, a budding improvisation to the beats of spontaneous bursts— an offbeat clap snowballs

Tomas Fujiwara’s Triple Double ~ March

Protest music, carried through the streets and bounced off of bodies marching in loose procession, is often about cacophony as much as unification. There is a looseness, a budding improvisation to the beats of spontaneous bursts— an offbeat clap snowballs

Utra ~ Näkymiä korkeista paikoista

On their new record, Helsinki-based duo Utra create icy, alienating drone that supplements the stark lowlight winter of the far northern hemisphere. Näkymiä korkeista paikoista is a four song cycle drenched in ghostly, oscillating synthesizers and dense, pitch-black textures. Across

Utra ~ Näkymiä korkeista paikoista

On their new record, Helsinki-based duo Utra create icy, alienating drone that supplements the stark lowlight winter of the far northern hemisphere. Näkymiä korkeista paikoista is a four song cycle drenched in ghostly, oscillating synthesizers and dense, pitch-black textures. Across

Silence & The Unwinking Minds ~ Inversion Layer

The new Silence & the Unwinking Minds album, Inversion Layer, is a delicately warm study of short moments of clarity. The solo project from New Zealand-based artist Derek Pearson explores the liminal spaces between transfixing, straightforward ambience and grainy, splintered

Silence & The Unwinking Minds ~ Inversion Layer

The new Silence & the Unwinking Minds album, Inversion Layer, is a delicately warm study of short moments of clarity. The solo project from New Zealand-based artist Derek Pearson explores the liminal spaces between transfixing, straightforward ambience and grainy, splintered

William Tyler & Marisa Anderson ~ Lost Futures

There is a spectral openness chipping away at the edges of William Tyler & Marisa Anderson’s debut collaborative record, Lost Futures. The respective Nashville and Portland-based guitarists flirt with the hauntological implications of our current, twenty-first century climate throughout eight

William Tyler & Marisa Anderson ~ Lost Futures

There is a spectral openness chipping away at the edges of William Tyler & Marisa Anderson’s debut collaborative record, Lost Futures. The respective Nashville and Portland-based guitarists flirt with the hauntological implications of our current, twenty-first century climate throughout eight

Ben Seretan ~ Cicada Waves

The latest record from Ben Seretan is both a radical departure from his folksy, faith-reckoning 2020 opus Youth Pastoral and yet arguably the most logical next step after such a nuanced examination of personal spirituality. Recorded during a two week

Ben Seretan ~ Cicada Waves

The latest record from Ben Seretan is both a radical departure from his folksy, faith-reckoning 2020 opus Youth Pastoral and yet arguably the most logical next step after such a nuanced examination of personal spirituality. Recorded during a two week

Henrik Meierkord & Pawel Kobak ~ Marhia

The first collaboration by cellist Henrik Meierkord and house producer and flute player Pawel Kobak is a jarringly playful collection of songs that bounce from sweeping ambience to rave-ready dub breakdowns— and then back again— in a matter of tracks.

Henrik Meierkord & Pawel Kobak ~ Marhia

The first collaboration by cellist Henrik Meierkord and house producer and flute player Pawel Kobak is a jarringly playful collection of songs that bounce from sweeping ambience to rave-ready dub breakdowns— and then back again— in a matter of tracks.

Orla Wren ~ The Blind Deaf Stone

Sequestered deep in the Scottish countryside, Orla Wren composes wistful electroacoustic soundscapes that float through genres with the gracefulness of a roaming herd of cattle. His latest release, The Blind Deaf Stone, contains four longform tracks that shift through gracious

Orla Wren ~ The Blind Deaf Stone

Sequestered deep in the Scottish countryside, Orla Wren composes wistful electroacoustic soundscapes that float through genres with the gracefulness of a roaming herd of cattle. His latest release, The Blind Deaf Stone, contains four longform tracks that shift through gracious

SUSS ~ Promise

SUSS are a big city band for the lone ranger. They write music for warm car rides through the blistering American west with a self-proclaimed “Eno meets Ennio” approach that splits hairs between psychedelic wanderlust and escapist contemplation. Their third

SUSS ~ Promise

SUSS are a big city band for the lone ranger. They write music for warm car rides through the blistering American west with a self-proclaimed “Eno meets Ennio” approach that splits hairs between psychedelic wanderlust and escapist contemplation. Their third