Posts Tagged: Josh Hughes

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

Guybrush ~ Something Extremely Light

The thesis statement to Francesco Ameglio’s latest project under Guybrush is found in one of the track titles itself: “I Woke Up In Madrid And I Felt Lonely”. A sound artist and scholar based out of Turin, Italy, Ameglio recorded

Guybrush ~ Something Extremely Light

The thesis statement to Francesco Ameglio’s latest project under Guybrush is found in one of the track titles itself: “I Woke Up In Madrid And I Felt Lonely”. A sound artist and scholar based out of Turin, Italy, Ameglio recorded

Klara Lewis ~ Ingrid

The granular, watery artwork that adorns Klara Lewis’ latest release is just as irreducible and calculated as the music it accompanies. The single, twenty minute piece fragments a lone cello loop the way that outer threads on a quilt might

Klara Lewis ~ Ingrid

The granular, watery artwork that adorns Klara Lewis’ latest release is just as irreducible and calculated as the music it accompanies. The single, twenty minute piece fragments a lone cello loop the way that outer threads on a quilt might

OOIOO ~ nijimusi

Opening with one minute of cathartic hardcore and ending with seven minutes of Beatlesque art rock, YoshimiO’s experimental outfit OOIOO finds an organically unique stride on nijimusi. The Boredoms’ drummer has spent decades carving out a specific psychedelic sound forged

OOIOO ~ nijimusi

Opening with one minute of cathartic hardcore and ending with seven minutes of Beatlesque art rock, YoshimiO’s experimental outfit OOIOO finds an organically unique stride on nijimusi. The Boredoms’ drummer has spent decades carving out a specific psychedelic sound forged

Emanuele Errante ~ This World

The cover to Emanuele Errante’s latest project risks— yet subverts— a hamfisted explanation of the record’s symbolic contents. Bristling, bare tree branches stick out above four rigid, brutalist structures, as if to tell us point-blank that our world, this world,

Emanuele Errante ~ This World

The cover to Emanuele Errante’s latest project risks— yet subverts— a hamfisted explanation of the record’s symbolic contents. Bristling, bare tree branches stick out above four rigid, brutalist structures, as if to tell us point-blank that our world, this world,