Posts Tagged: Karlrecords

Aidan Baker & Gareth Davis ~ Invisible Cities

Aidan Baker & Gareth Davis have been known to make a great racket in their respective (and multiple) bands, but don’t expect that here.  Invisible Cities is an album of coiled restraint that seems ever on the brink of eruption.  In the

Aidan Baker & Gareth Davis ~ Invisible Cities

Aidan Baker & Gareth Davis have been known to make a great racket in their respective (and multiple) bands, but don’t expect that here.  Invisible Cities is an album of coiled restraint that seems ever on the brink of eruption.  In the

ACL 2017 ~ Top Ten Drone

2017 was a pivotal year for the drone genre, formerly considered the least political of all genres.  Yet as the noise of the world increased, so did the interest of artists in using drone and noise as commentary.  By creating

ACL 2017 ~ Top Ten Drone

2017 was a pivotal year for the drone genre, formerly considered the least political of all genres.  Yet as the noise of the world increased, so did the interest of artists in using drone and noise as commentary.  By creating

Giulio Aldinucci ~ Borders And Ruins

Choral incorporation in otherwise instrumental music may be on the rise, as evidenced by recent releases from Battlestations, Hammock and now Giulio Aldinucci.  Choirs lend these releases the feel of something sacral and timeless.  Yet as the backdrops change, the mood

Giulio Aldinucci ~ Borders And Ruins

Choral incorporation in otherwise instrumental music may be on the rise, as evidenced by recent releases from Battlestations, Hammock and now Giulio Aldinucci.  Choirs lend these releases the feel of something sacral and timeless.  Yet as the backdrops change, the mood

Nickolas Mohanna ~ Chroma

Chroma, the latest sound art oddity from Nickolas Mohanna, dilates from the smallest pinprick: a sustained piano chord, ground into digital plaster, looms into view. The notes quiver in place, floating aloof beside a 60hz hum, chopped and looped with

Nickolas Mohanna ~ Chroma

Chroma, the latest sound art oddity from Nickolas Mohanna, dilates from the smallest pinprick: a sustained piano chord, ground into digital plaster, looms into view. The notes quiver in place, floating aloof beside a 60hz hum, chopped and looped with