Posts Tagged: Last Days

Last Days ~ Fragments

If you’ve ever made a mixtape or playlist, you’ve likely encountered the same problems as Graham Richardson (Last Days).  Sometimes there are too many tracks to shove into a small space.  Sometimes a track you love doesn’t match the timbre

Last Days ~ Fragments

If you’ve ever made a mixtape or playlist, you’ve likely encountered the same problems as Graham Richardson (Last Days).  Sometimes there are too many tracks to shove into a small space.  Sometimes a track you love doesn’t match the timbre

Last Days ~ Seafaring

Waters washed in melatonin can, in an instant, whip up unforgiving and violent tides, birthing nightmares from seemingly calm waves. The sea must be respected. Carelessness can be fatal. Seafaring drizzles its serene music over all four seasons and is itself deeply respectful

Last Days ~ Seafaring

Waters washed in melatonin can, in an instant, whip up unforgiving and violent tides, birthing nightmares from seemingly calm waves. The sea must be respected. Carelessness can be fatal. Seafaring drizzles its serene music over all four seasons and is itself deeply respectful

LCNL 056: n5MD Ambient Immersion Mix

Following the last few beat heavy mixes, Oakland-based record label n5MD delivers this soothing mix as a welcome departure, perfect for these first cold days of winter.  Specializing in more melodic forms of music,  label boss Mike Cadoo puts together this

LCNL 056: n5MD Ambient Immersion Mix

Following the last few beat heavy mixes, Oakland-based record label n5MD delivers this soothing mix as a welcome departure, perfect for these first cold days of winter.  Specializing in more melodic forms of music,  label boss Mike Cadoo puts together this

Last Days ~ Satellite

Graham Richardson’s last album, The Safety of the North, was about a family tragedy and a move to colder climes.  The theme of his latest work is open to a wider interpretation.  Expressing “an affinity for satellites and stars”, the work

Last Days ~ Satellite

Graham Richardson’s last album, The Safety of the North, was about a family tragedy and a move to colder climes.  The theme of his latest work is open to a wider interpretation.  Expressing “an affinity for satellites and stars”, the work