Posts Tagged: Lost Tribe Sound

ACL 2017 ~ Top Ten Modern Composition

Modern Composition was our hottest genre this year, with 28 albums nominated for only ten spots.  From solo piano to full orchestra, consonance to dissonance, giving up to going on, these picks represent a grand variety of composed sound.  Their

ACL 2017 ~ Top Ten Modern Composition

Modern Composition was our hottest genre this year, with 28 albums nominated for only ten spots.  From solo piano to full orchestra, consonance to dissonance, giving up to going on, these picks represent a grand variety of composed sound.  Their

ACL 2017 ~ The Year’s Best Film Scores

The mainstream and the avant-garde meet in the field of film scoring.  Even those who don’t follow instrumental music are likely to own a few soundtracks.  When movie scores break big, their themes are seared in the public’s ears.  Despite

ACL 2017 ~ The Year’s Best Film Scores

The mainstream and the avant-garde meet in the field of film scoring.  Even those who don’t follow instrumental music are likely to own a few soundtracks.  When movie scores break big, their themes are seared in the public’s ears.  Despite

From the Mouth of the Sun ~ Hymn Binding

Aaron Martin and Dag Rosenqvist seem captivated by the idea of togetherness – by the embraces that can result when strangers or genres collide. Weaving together ambient, drone and modern composition threads, the duo’s 2012 debut Woven Tide made an

From the Mouth of the Sun ~ Hymn Binding

Aaron Martin and Dag Rosenqvist seem captivated by the idea of togetherness – by the embraces that can result when strangers or genres collide. Weaving together ambient, drone and modern composition threads, the duo’s 2012 debut Woven Tide made an

The Green Kingdom ~ The North Wind and the Sun

The North Wind and the Sun is a record of deep clarity and calm, looking out at the world with a pair of bright green eyes. By largely abandoning his electric guitar and taking up more traditional acoustic instrumentation, The Green Kingdom (Michael Cottone) reinvigorates and enriches his music,

The Green Kingdom ~ The North Wind and the Sun

The North Wind and the Sun is a record of deep clarity and calm, looking out at the world with a pair of bright green eyes. By largely abandoning his electric guitar and taking up more traditional acoustic instrumentation, The Green Kingdom (Michael Cottone) reinvigorates and enriches his music,

Alder & Ash ~ Clutched in the Maw of the World

Clutched in the Maw of the World confirms everything that we proclaimed last year about the talents of Alder & Ash (Adrian Copeland).  Copeland has the skill and ambition to rival his contemporaries, and to do for the cello what Colin Stetson

Alder & Ash ~ Clutched in the Maw of the World

Clutched in the Maw of the World confirms everything that we proclaimed last year about the talents of Alder & Ash (Adrian Copeland).  Copeland has the skill and ambition to rival his contemporaries, and to do for the cello what Colin Stetson

Alder & Ash ~ Psalms for the Sunder

Once in a while, we get our wish.  Last year we lamented the fact that Psalms for the Sunder was available only in digital form.  This year, thanks to the fine folks at Lost Tribe Sound, not only do we get a

Alder & Ash ~ Psalms for the Sunder

Once in a while, we get our wish.  Last year we lamented the fact that Psalms for the Sunder was available only in digital form.  This year, thanks to the fine folks at Lost Tribe Sound, not only do we get a

William Ryan Fritch ~ The Sum of its Parts/The Old Believers

The reputation of William Ryan Fritch had already been established when Lost Tribe Sound launched the Leave Me Subscription Series in 2014.  That series, twelve albums in total, sent him over the top.  As the subscriptions had been extremely limited, many never got to

William Ryan Fritch ~ The Sum of its Parts/The Old Believers

The reputation of William Ryan Fritch had already been established when Lost Tribe Sound launched the Leave Me Subscription Series in 2014.  That series, twelve albums in total, sent him over the top.  As the subscriptions had been extremely limited, many never got to