Posts Tagged: Mikael Lind

Hoshiko Yamane & Mikael Lind ~ Spaces In Between

Our first review of the year celebrates the end of one year, the beginning of another and the passage of time. As Joni Mitchell sings, “There’ll be new dreams, maybe better dreams and plenty / Before the last revolving year is

Hoshiko Yamane & Mikael Lind ~ Spaces In Between

Our first review of the year celebrates the end of one year, the beginning of another and the passage of time. As Joni Mitchell sings, “There’ll be new dreams, maybe better dreams and plenty / Before the last revolving year is

Drifting in Polar Seas

Toronto’s Polar Seas label returns this month with a pair of evocative albums, one ambient and one modern composition.  Mathieu Lamontagne‘s Obsolescence Programmée is a soft meditation on disposable culture, while Mikael Lind‘s Strings and Clusters detaches and reassembles violin, viola and cello phrases until they

Drifting in Polar Seas

Toronto’s Polar Seas label returns this month with a pair of evocative albums, one ambient and one modern composition.  Mathieu Lamontagne‘s Obsolescence Programmée is a soft meditation on disposable culture, while Mikael Lind‘s Strings and Clusters detaches and reassembles violin, viola and cello phrases until they

Mikael Lind ~ Intentions and Variations

What a cover.  Julia Guther’s “remixed artwork” is the EP’s entry point, making one think, I have to hear this.  Fortunately, the collection is a pure reflection of its cover, sounding like synaesthetic falling stars. Those who remember Reykjavik’s Mikael Lind from his 2013

Mikael Lind ~ Intentions and Variations

What a cover.  Julia Guther’s “remixed artwork” is the EP’s entry point, making one think, I have to hear this.  Fortunately, the collection is a pure reflection of its cover, sounding like synaesthetic falling stars. Those who remember Reykjavik’s Mikael Lind from his 2013

Mikael Lind ~ Unsettled Beings

Those who visit Iceland tend to fall in love with it.  This is the case with Swedish composer Mikael Lind, who now calls Reykjavik home, and Colin Herrick of Time Released Sound, who visited the nation earlier this year and brought

Mikael Lind ~ Unsettled Beings

Those who visit Iceland tend to fall in love with it.  This is the case with Swedish composer Mikael Lind, who now calls Reykjavik home, and Colin Herrick of Time Released Sound, who visited the nation earlier this year and brought