Posts Tagged: Lost Tribe Sound

Adrian Copeland ~ If This Were My Body

All too often in the digital age, the stories behind albums are lost, especially those of instrumental albums.  A key is pressed, music drops into one’s account, but there are no liner notes.  The concept behind Adrian Copeland‘s latest release is

Adrian Copeland ~ If This Were My Body

All too often in the digital age, the stories behind albums are lost, especially those of instrumental albums.  A key is pressed, music drops into one’s account, but there are no liner notes.  The concept behind Adrian Copeland‘s latest release is

ACL 2021 ~ Top Ten Ambient

This year’s picks emphasize the variety of ambient music through poetry, field recordings and home diaries, featuring children and cicadas, time and seasons, dedications to loved ones and even a celebration of those who do nothing. This year, many of

ACL 2021 ~ Top Ten Ambient

This year’s picks emphasize the variety of ambient music through poetry, field recordings and home diaries, featuring children and cicadas, time and seasons, dedications to loved ones and even a celebration of those who do nothing. This year, many of

From the Mouth of the Sun ~ Light Caught the Edges

The end of Lost Tribe Sound’s Fearful Void series is now overlapping with the beginning of the Salt & Gravity series like blue and yellow making green.  We’ve come to trust both the label and the output of From the Mouth of the Sun (Aaron Martin/Dag

From the Mouth of the Sun ~ Light Caught the Edges

The end of Lost Tribe Sound’s Fearful Void series is now overlapping with the beginning of the Salt & Gravity series like blue and yellow making green.  We’ve come to trust both the label and the output of From the Mouth of the Sun (Aaron Martin/Dag

Tony Dupé ~ Margaret Hammett Lived

Last month we reviewed Mirla’s Solitaire, a caring granddaughter’s reflection on a story of life and love, replete with a storybook ending.  Tony Dupé‘s audio-biography of his great aunt shares the dedication of a descendant, but this is where the similarities

Tony Dupé ~ Margaret Hammett Lived

Last month we reviewed Mirla’s Solitaire, a caring granddaughter’s reflection on a story of life and love, replete with a storybook ending.  Tony Dupé‘s audio-biography of his great aunt shares the dedication of a descendant, but this is where the similarities

Lost Tribe Sound ~ Salt and Gravity Series / Arrowounds ~ The Rise and Fall of the Melting World

As one series ends, another begins for the prolific Lost Tribe Sound, whose output we have been enjoying throughout the history of our website.  The Salt and Gravity series kicks off this month with a new album from Arrowounds and will continue approximately monthly until

Lost Tribe Sound ~ Salt and Gravity Series / Arrowounds ~ The Rise and Fall of the Melting World

As one series ends, another begins for the prolific Lost Tribe Sound, whose output we have been enjoying throughout the history of our website.  The Salt and Gravity series kicks off this month with a new album from Arrowounds and will continue approximately monthly until

yadayn ~ Elders

Elders is a reflective album, rising from the ashes of an undisclosed “personal failure.”  Was it a romantic relationship, a business venture, a relocation attempt?  Perhaps it’s better not to know, as the album is more accessible as a result.  This

yadayn ~ Elders

Elders is a reflective album, rising from the ashes of an undisclosed “personal failure.”  Was it a romantic relationship, a business venture, a relocation attempt?  Perhaps it’s better not to know, as the album is more accessible as a result.  This

Vieo Abiungo ~ At Once, There Was No Horizon

If one were to take one of every orchestral instrument, march them into the jungle, and play while surrounded by curious birds and baboons, one might be able to replicate the sound of Vieo Abiungo.  As an alter ego of William

Vieo Abiungo ~ At Once, There Was No Horizon

If one were to take one of every orchestral instrument, march them into the jungle, and play while surrounded by curious birds and baboons, one might be able to replicate the sound of Vieo Abiungo.  As an alter ego of William

Claire Deak and Tony Dupé ~ the old capital

The term “home orchestra” is well chosen, as over two dozen instruments are played by these two Australians over the course of the album.  Each track yields its own tone and conjures its own associations, but the whole holds together

Claire Deak and Tony Dupé ~ the old capital

The term “home orchestra” is well chosen, as over two dozen instruments are played by these two Australians over the course of the album.  Each track yields its own tone and conjures its own associations, but the whole holds together