Posts Tagged: lost children

LCNL 089: ▲†NONCONNAH’S Long Live Witch House Mix ’18†▲

The author of this mix, Zachary Corsa, should be familiar to our regular readers. He played in the drone group Lost Trail with his wife Denny, and solo as the ambient-folk project Pines. He ran Wood Thrush Tapes and writes for

LCNL 089: ▲†NONCONNAH’S Long Live Witch House Mix ’18†▲

The author of this mix, Zachary Corsa, should be familiar to our regular readers. He played in the drone group Lost Trail with his wife Denny, and solo as the ambient-folk project Pines. He ran Wood Thrush Tapes and writes for

LCNL 088: Front & Follow presents The Days Passed

Manchester label Front & Follow celebrates their 10th anniversary with a mix looking back on different corners of their catalog, with a few inspirational classics thrown in for good measure. You can check out their back-catalog over at Bandcamp. Enjoy!

LCNL 088: Front & Follow presents The Days Passed

Manchester label Front & Follow celebrates their 10th anniversary with a mix looking back on different corners of their catalog, with a few inspirational classics thrown in for good measure. You can check out their back-catalog over at Bandcamp. Enjoy!

LCNL 087: Monrovani presents House of Mystery

  Out latest mix comes from Radoslav Morovani compiled with this special season in mind. Happy Halloween!   Download/listen at Soundcloud   MINI-INTERVIEW Please introduce yourself. I craft & edit sound for commercial enterprise such as games, sound therapy, marketing.

LCNL 087: Monrovani presents House of Mystery

  Out latest mix comes from Radoslav Morovani compiled with this special season in mind. Happy Halloween!   Download/listen at Soundcloud   MINI-INTERVIEW Please introduce yourself. I craft & edit sound for commercial enterprise such as games, sound therapy, marketing.

LCNL 086: Wabi presents ‘The Texas No One Hears’

This mix comes to us from Dallas, Texas based producer Wabi.  He presents various underground sounds coming out of his home state that you may not be familiar with, changing gears frequently throughout.  This is a diverse mix, so if

LCNL 086: Wabi presents ‘The Texas No One Hears’

This mix comes to us from Dallas, Texas based producer Wabi.  He presents various underground sounds coming out of his home state that you may not be familiar with, changing gears frequently throughout.  This is a diverse mix, so if

LCNL 085: Your Grace Adrianna Natalie presents Another Side

Over the years we’ve featured several mixes from the Alrealon Musique. This mix comes courtesy of Your Grace Adrianna Natalie, the most recent artist to join the label. Her debut EP The Unseen Shadows was released last November, showcasing her

LCNL 085: Your Grace Adrianna Natalie presents Another Side

Over the years we’ve featured several mixes from the Alrealon Musique. This mix comes courtesy of Your Grace Adrianna Natalie, the most recent artist to join the label. Her debut EP The Unseen Shadows was released last November, showcasing her

LCNL 084: Velleitie presents ‘Felt Like Dusk All Day’

Straight out the American Midwest, this mix comes courtesy of Velleitie. A direct sonic challenge to rising nationalism, ‘Felt Like Dusk All Day’ is out to open minds through a clash of sound cultures. No sonic walls, no sonic borders

LCNL 084: Velleitie presents ‘Felt Like Dusk All Day’

Straight out the American Midwest, this mix comes courtesy of Velleitie. A direct sonic challenge to rising nationalism, ‘Felt Like Dusk All Day’ is out to open minds through a clash of sound cultures. No sonic walls, no sonic borders

LCNL 083: Jim Perkins presents Elements

  Elements is a mix by Jim Perkins, a musician and founder of Bigo & Twigetti, a London based record label mixing classical music, electronica, sound design and a more.  Focusing on different elements of recording and composition,  Jim weaves

LCNL 083: Jim Perkins presents Elements

  Elements is a mix by Jim Perkins, a musician and founder of Bigo & Twigetti, a London based record label mixing classical music, electronica, sound design and a more.  Focusing on different elements of recording and composition,  Jim weaves