Posts Tagged: Josh Hughes

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

Mary Lattimore ~ Silver Ladders

Mary Lattimore’s evocative soundscapes are too often framed by the absence of other contemporary harpists. Her previous work has been compared to both the prog folk odysseys of Joanna Newsom and neo-renaissance fanfare, two milquetoast associations that only highlight the

Mary Lattimore ~ Silver Ladders

Mary Lattimore’s evocative soundscapes are too often framed by the absence of other contemporary harpists. Her previous work has been compared to both the prog folk odysseys of Joanna Newsom and neo-renaissance fanfare, two milquetoast associations that only highlight the

David Lord ~ Forest Standards Vol. 2

Spanning 14 songs in 37 minutes, Forest Standards Vol. 2 is readily digestible to the casual, uneducated jazz listener. Parker’s work with Tortoise subtly informs the whole record, starting with the post-rock mathiness of the opener. “Cloud Ear” starts with

David Lord ~ Forest Standards Vol. 2

Spanning 14 songs in 37 minutes, Forest Standards Vol. 2 is readily digestible to the casual, uneducated jazz listener. Parker’s work with Tortoise subtly informs the whole record, starting with the post-rock mathiness of the opener. “Cloud Ear” starts with

Linn Elisabet ~ Fac ut Ardeat/Made To Burn

In the interactive game that accompanies Linn Elisabet’s new record Fac ut Ardeat/Made To Burn, there is an A.I. entity named MIT-Y that guides the user through a conceptual web of how to redefine self-identity. MIT-Y guides the user through

Linn Elisabet ~ Fac ut Ardeat/Made To Burn

In the interactive game that accompanies Linn Elisabet’s new record Fac ut Ardeat/Made To Burn, there is an A.I. entity named MIT-Y that guides the user through a conceptual web of how to redefine self-identity. MIT-Y guides the user through

tone-cluster ~ KYO SHU

Eric Gorfain, the arranger and founder of The Section Quartet, has lived a busy and star-studded few decades behind his violin. Between his symphonic takes on Radiohead, collaborations with Queens of The Stone Age and Taylor Swift, and tours with

tone-cluster ~ KYO SHU

Eric Gorfain, the arranger and founder of The Section Quartet, has lived a busy and star-studded few decades behind his violin. Between his symphonic takes on Radiohead, collaborations with Queens of The Stone Age and Taylor Swift, and tours with