Posts Tagged: Lost Tribe Sound

ACL 2019 ~ The Year’s Best Labels

When it came time to tally our votes, we discovered that this year’s winners had never been listed before!  A huge congratulations to Wisconsin’s well-deserving and hard-working Lost Tribe Sound, A Closer Listen‘s Label of the Year for 2019, followed closely

ACL 2019 ~ The Year’s Best Labels

When it came time to tally our votes, we discovered that this year’s winners had never been listed before!  A huge congratulations to Wisconsin’s well-deserving and hard-working Lost Tribe Sound, A Closer Listen‘s Label of the Year for 2019, followed closely

ACL 2019 ~ The Year’s Best Film Scores

We’re not talking about the same films as everybody else, but for good reason; we’ve packed our slate with dark horse candidates.  So no Star Wars (too obvious), no Joker (the artist’s score for Chernobyl was better), no Ad Astra (not the composer’s best soundtrack), no Us (although

ACL 2019 ~ The Year’s Best Film Scores

We’re not talking about the same films as everybody else, but for good reason; we’ve packed our slate with dark horse candidates.  So no Star Wars (too obvious), no Joker (the artist’s score for Chernobyl was better), no Ad Astra (not the composer’s best soundtrack), no Us (although

ACL 2019 ~ The Year’s Best Album Covers

The competition was tough this year, but we’ve been able to whittle our selection down to ten.  These album covers made us want to hear the music, and even if the music wasn’t much good (don’t worry, it was), we

ACL 2019 ~ The Year’s Best Album Covers

The competition was tough this year, but we’ve been able to whittle our selection down to ten.  These album covers made us want to hear the music, and even if the music wasn’t much good (don’t worry, it was), we

ACL 2019 ~ The Year’s Best Packaging

Streaming is king.  Fewer physical editions are produced than ever before.  And yet, the tactile experience offers something special to the recipient: a feeling that the experience is real.  Our ten 2019 selections include half a dozen formats, evidence of

ACL 2019 ~ The Year’s Best Packaging

Streaming is king.  Fewer physical editions are produced than ever before.  And yet, the tactile experience offers something special to the recipient: a feeling that the experience is real.  Our ten 2019 selections include half a dozen formats, evidence of

Skyphone ~ Marsh Drones

Back in 2014, Danish trio Skyphone released the beguiling Hildur, featuring phantasmagorical art by Martin Sønderlev Christensen.  This year, they return with Marsh Drones, along with the reissue of their earlier work: the concluding chapters of Lost Tribe Sound’s We Stayed the Path That Fell To

Skyphone ~ Marsh Drones

Back in 2014, Danish trio Skyphone released the beguiling Hildur, featuring phantasmagorical art by Martin Sønderlev Christensen.  This year, they return with Marsh Drones, along with the reissue of their earlier work: the concluding chapters of Lost Tribe Sound’s We Stayed the Path That Fell To

The Phonometrician ~ Mnemosyne

We’ve been excited about the debut album from Mexico City’s The Phonometrician (Carlos Morales) ever since we heard “The Fall of Cormonan” last fall.  And once we saw João Ruas’ steampunk cover, our anticipation went through the roof.  As usual, Lost Tribe

The Phonometrician ~ Mnemosyne

We’ve been excited about the debut album from Mexico City’s The Phonometrician (Carlos Morales) ever since we heard “The Fall of Cormonan” last fall.  And once we saw João Ruas’ steampunk cover, our anticipation went through the roof.  As usual, Lost Tribe

William Ryan Fritch ~ Deceptive Cadence: Music for Film Volume I & II

Deceptive Cadence is the crown jewel of Lost Tribe Sound’s latest subscription series, if not of their entire discography.  This is only fitting as William Ryan Fritch ~ who also records as Vieo Abiungo ~ is the label’s signature artist.  Deceptive Cadence makes a perfect

William Ryan Fritch ~ Deceptive Cadence: Music for Film Volume I & II

Deceptive Cadence is the crown jewel of Lost Tribe Sound’s latest subscription series, if not of their entire discography.  This is only fitting as William Ryan Fritch ~ who also records as Vieo Abiungo ~ is the label’s signature artist.  Deceptive Cadence makes a perfect